DTN Editors' Notebook
Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Wed Sep 9, 2015 02:33 PM CDT

Corn and soybean harvest in the U.S., as we all know, follows a south to north progression.

In normal years, U.S. crops mature in the Southern states and harvest starts before USDA even starts to report national harvest completed totals. However, you can find estimates for each individual early harvesting state in its National Ag Statistics Service weekly report.

As of Sept. 6, corn in Louisiana was 96% harvested and soybeans were 45% harvested. In South Carolina, 81% of the corn was harvested but no start was reported on soybeans. In Alabama 39% of corn has been harvested and 3% ...

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