MISSOURI – For the week ending on July 2, the Crop Progress and Conditions Report shows an overall positive outlook. When looking at certain areas of the state, things become a little more complicated.

Temperatures this last week average 72.3 degrees, which is 3.5 degrees below normal. Precipitation average 1.7 inches statewide, which in 0.83 inches above normal. 4.1 days were deemed suitable for fieldwork.

25 percent of corn is starting to show silks and 12 percent of soybeans are blooming, which proves that pollination time is here. Last week, 6 percent of corn showed silks, and 7 percent of soybeans were blooming.

94 percent of soybeans have emerged, compared to 89 percent of last week.

Crop condition varies between the different regions or the state.

Corn Condition by District: July 2, 2017

 Very PoorPoorFairGoodExcellent
Northwest24186610
North Central1449397
Northeast16225318
West Central1624663
Central5916637
East Central-420679
Southwest--6040-
South Central-2394119
Southeast26294122

Soybean Condition by District: July 2, 2017

 Very PoorPoorFairGoodExcellent
Northwest3529576
North Central2543455
Northeast1539469
West Central-130645
Central4720663
East Central--19738
Southwest --4357-
South Central--374221
Southeast510283918