AgWeb Corn Harvest News

Take a virtual tour across farm country and see how corn yields are shaping up. Submit your own harvest data using the form below the map. The map data is updated each weekday morning. Here's an overview of how to use the map. Read the latest harvest news.

AgWeb Corn Harvest Map

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Harvest News

  • Dicamba Management, Fungicide ROI & EPA Regs Headline Retailer Event


    06/27/2017 10:54 AM

    Retailers looking to increase their agronomic know-how to manage the new dicamba formulations more effectively will find a wealth of information at the 2017 AgPro Retailer Day. Registration is now open for the event, which takes place August 1 at the Crop-Tech Consulting facility just outside Bloomington, Illinois.

    Between now and July 15, early-bird registration is only $175 for retailers, agronomists and crop consultants who want to attend the one-day event, which offers five Continuing Education Credits. Breakfast and lunch are also included in that price.

    During the event, Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie and team will lead attendees through a session on managing dicamba technology, including a look back and discussion of this season’s applications. Along with that, Ferrie will address how retailers can manage the new dicamba formulations effectively in 2018, and will look at the factors that cause drift--which ones you can fix and which ones you must manage around and how.

  • Video
    Indiana Struggles with "Ragged" Corn Crop
    06/27/2017 09:27 AM

    According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), about half of the Indiana corn crop is rated good to excellent, and soybeans aren’t in much better shape.

     

  • Report: Kansas Wheat Harvest Nearly Half Finished
    06/26/2017 08:39 PM

    Report: Kansas wheat harvest nearly half finished

  • Torpedoed
    06/23/2017 03:46 PM In last week’s Minesweeper themed column, we noted that wheat and soy oil were still rising, but that corn and soybeans were taking on a little water. This week, it appeared that all four were hit by torpedoes and are down at the bow. Some of the bull convoy is still intact. The notable exception is of course the USS Minneapolis and its cargo of high protein spring wheat. It still had a full head of steam, as did the HMS July Hog.
  • Count the Rings Around the Corn Collars
    06/23/2017 12:15 PM

    Knowing how to count corn collars at this point in the season is a valuable skill because it can help you make accurate decisions on timing postemergence herbicide applications, says Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer.

  • Syngenta to Pay Nearly $218 Million in First Class Action
    06/23/2017 11:03 AM

    In the first of eight certified class actions against the company, jurors sided with plaintiffs and asked Syngenta to pay $217,700,000 in damages. 

USDA Crop Progress Report

97% U.S. corn harvested

Corn Harvested - Selected States
[These 18 States harvested 95% of the 2015 corn acreage]
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                :               Week ending               :             
                :-----------------------------------------:             
      State     :November 20, :November 13, :November 20, :  2011-2015  
                :    2015     :    2016     :    2016     :   Average   
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                :                        percent                        
                :                                                       
Colorado .......:      89            94            97            93     
Illinois .......:     100            97           100            98     
Indiana ........:     100            94            97            94     
Iowa ...........:      97            94            98            97     
Kansas .........:     100            99           100            99     
Kentucky .......:      99            99           100            98     
Michigan .......:      93            70            83            83     
Minnesota ......:     100            94            97            98     
Missouri .......:     100           100           100            98     
Nebraska .......:      94            93            96            96     
North Carolina .:     100           100           100           100     
North Dakota ...:      97            85            93            93     
Ohio ...........:     100            90            95            87     
Pennsylvania ...:      85            87            91            86     
South Dakota ...:      99            92            97            97     
Tennessee ......:      99           100           100           100     
Texas ..........:      93            97            98            98     
Wisconsin ......:      91            83            92            85     
                :                                                       
18 States ......:      97            93            97            96     
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