LINCOLN — Crop planting and development fell further behind during another week of cool, wet weather, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Crop overviews include:

- Corn — 81 percent planted, compared to 95 percent last year and 94 percent for the five-year average. The 50 percent emerged was well behind the 77 percent last year and 73 percent average.

- Soybeans — 56 percent planted, compared to 84 percent last year and 74 percent on average. The 23 percent emerged was well behind the 49 percent last year and 36 percent average.

- Sorghum — 23 percent planted, compared to 52 percent last year and 50 percent on average.

- Winter wheat — rated 70 percent good to excellent, 26 percent fair and 4 percent poor or very poor, with 19 percent headed, compared to 32 percent last year and 50 percent on average.

- Pasture and range — rated 80 percent good to excellent, 17 percent fair and 3 percent poor or very poor.

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