- Posted by Rafael Moro
A survey carried out by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) until Sunday (3) shows that corn planting in the North American country reached 2% of the estimated area for the 2022/23 crop, the same percentage of the same period last year and normal average for the period.
Heading for winter wheat reached 4%, the same percentage as for a similar date in 2021 and 1 percentage point higher than the normal average. Regarding the conditions of the crops, 36% are classified as bad or very bad, against 16% in the same week last year. 34% have regular conditions, 3 pp more in the inter-annual comparison; good/excellent, 30%, compared to 53% on the same date in 2021.
Cotton planting reached 4%, 2 pp less compared to the same period last year and also compared to the normal average.
The USDA did not provide data on the stages and conditions of the oilseed. Access all information about the conditions and evolution of the stages of US crops in the analysis section of the DATAGRO Portal.
This text was translated by machine from Brazilian Portuguese.