Already low spring wheat CCI rating plunges

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When USDA’s weekly crop condition ratings are plugged into the weighted Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index (0 to 500-point scale, with 500 being perfect), the spring wheat crop plunged 14.7 points to just 309.4 points. That’s 64.7 points below the five-year average for the first week of June.  

 

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for HRS Wheat

 

This week

Last week

Year-ago

Idaho* (7.15%)

22.58

23.22

28.03

Minnesota (15.18%)

53.04

54.42

61.93

Montana (15.24%)

59.39

63.02

60.36

North Dakota (51.78%)

146.04

151.05

200.90

South Dakota (5.39%)

15.84

19.29

19.79

Washington (4.49%)

11.48

12.05

17.83

HRS total

309.43

324.16

391.84

 

* denotes percentage of total national HRS crop production.

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