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 width=FARMERS HAD PLENTY OF TIME TO WORK IN THE FIELDS THIS PAST WEEK AS WE HEAR IN THE WEEKLY CROP REPORT.

WARM, DRY CONDITIONS HELPED MOVE ALONG HARVEST PROGRESS SAYS STATE CROP STATISTICIAN MARK SCHLEUSENER.

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68 PERCENT OF SOYBEANS ARE DROPPING LEAVES AND SEVEN PERCENT OF THE CROP HAS BEEN HARVESTED. 78 PERCENT OF THE SOYBEAN CROP IS RATED IN GOOD TO EXCELLENT CONDITION.

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10 PERCENT OF SORGHUM HAS BEEN HARVESTED AND TWO PERCENT OF WINTER WHEAT HAS BEEN PLANTED.

AVERAGE STATEWIDE TOPSOIL MOISTURE NOW STANDS AT ONE PERCENT VERY SHORT, NINE PERCENT SHORT, 80 PERCENT ADEQUATE AND 10 PERCENT SURPLUS.

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