With 100% of the corn planted in the 18 states that accounted for 92% of the 2016 corn acreage, USDA reported that 94% of corn acres have emerged as of June 11. This compares with 86% a week earlier, 95% last year on this date, and the 5-year average of 94%.

In terms of its condition, 67% is rated as “excellent” (10%) or “good” (57%). This is down only 1% from the previous week, but down 8% from a year ago when 15% was rated “excellent” and 60% “good.”

As of this past Sunday, 92% of soybean acres were planted. This is 9% more than one week earlier, 1% higher than a year ago, and 5% more than the 5-year average of 87%.

In its latest Crop Progress report, USDA said 77% of soybeans have emerged, the same as a year ago for this date and 4% above the 5-year average. This also represents a huge jump of 19% compared to a week earlier.

The ag agency also gave its first soybean conditions report for 2017. Overall, it said 66% of the soybean crop was in “excellent” (9%) or “good” (64%) condition. This compares to 74% of the crop that was in “excellent” (12%) or “good” (62%) condition last year at this time.