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The National Weather Service maps for May indicated sufficient to surplus soil moisture levels across most of the country’s corn and soybean growing regions.The National Weather Service maps for May indicated sufficient to surplus soil moisture levels across most of the country’s corn and soybean growing regions.

Frequent rains held both corn and soybean planting progress well below five-year averages across major crop producing states. Many continue to experience flooding.

Current crop progress vs 5-year averageFrequent rains held both corn and soybean planting progress well below five-year averages across states including Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Meanwhile, a rash of late May thunderstorms flooded many fields. All major U.S. crops were trailing their respective five-year progress averages.

Click here to view more from the National Weather Service. The complete May 28, 2019, crop progress report from the USDA can be viewed here.

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