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US corn condition ratings, September 6


Agrimoney shows the weekly USDA US corn condition ratings as of Sunday.


The figure compared with the 61% reading that investors had expected, according to a Reuters poll.


Data for the previous week are available here.


US corn condition, September 6

Rating Change on week
Colorado 36% +5
Illinois 70% 0
Indiana 61% -2
Iowa 43% -2
Kansas 53% -3
Kentucky 88% +1
Michigan 53% +3
Minnesota 78% -1
Missouri 74% -3
Nebraska 62% -2
North Carolina 50% -8
North Dakota 63% -1
Ohio 49% +4
Pennsylvania 43% 0
South Dakota 68% -6
Tennessee 71% 0
Texas 42% 0
Wisconsin 78% -2
National rating 61% -1
Ratings show percentage of crop rated "good" or "excellent". Change on week in percentage points




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