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USDA Crop Progress Report

USDA reports corn planting 2% complete, below 5-yr avg. of 7%. None in IA, IN and 1% in IL

Corn Planted - Selected States
[These 18 States planted 92% of the 2012 corn acreage]
                 :            Week ending            :           
      State      : April 14, : April 7,  : April 14, : 2008-2012
                 :   2012    :   2013    :   2013    :  Average  
                 :                    Percent                    
Colorado ........:     4         (NA)          -           3     
Illinois ........:    38         (NA)          1          12     
Indiana .........:    21         (NA)          -           6     
Iowa ............:     4         (NA)          -           3     
Kansas ..........:    16         (NA)          3          10     
Kentucky ........:    55         (NA)          7          18     
Michigan ........:     5         (NA)          -           2     
Minnesota .......:     6         (NA)          -           2     
Missouri ........:    37         (NA)          8          17     
Nebraska ........:     4         (NA)          -           2     
North Carolina ..:    50         (NA)         28          32     
North Dakota ....:     3         (NA)          -           1     
Ohio ............:     9         (NA)          1           3     
Pennsylvania ....:     5         (NA)          1           2     
South Dakota ....:     4         (NA)          -           1     
Tennessee .......:    75         (NA)         11          27     
Texas ...........:    54         (NA)         56          56     
Wisconsin .......:     2         (NA)          -           1     
18 States .......:    16         (NA)          2           7     

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