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Cold Start to Spring
Mon Mar 25, 2013 04:21 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As March drags to a close this week and we wistfully wait for a sign of spring, we share some details from the weekly crop progress and condition reports issued by individual state offices. USDA's weekly national Crop Progress and Conditions report starts Monday, April 1.

TEXAS

Winter wheat in Texas is 1% headed, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service field office in Austin. That compares to 3% last year and a five-year average of 4%. Corn is 48% planted, versus 42% last week, 41% last year and a 43% five-year average. Cotton is 3% planted, ...

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