Harvest Report - June 3, 2011
SRW
Early harvest sample collection has begun in Arkansas. With no reportable data, this week's report contains the latest crop condition information in the states where harvesting typically begins.

Arkansas: Winter wheat is 8% harvested, compared with 2% last week, 3% this time last year and 7% five-year average. Wheat conditions were: 11% very poor (10% last week), 21% poor (same), 29% fair (31%), 33% good (32%) and 6% excellent (same).

Missouri: Winter wheat was 95% headed (90% last week) compared to 90% last year and 93% on average. Forty-eight percent of wheat is turning color compared to 30% this time last year. Wheat conditions were: 10% very poor (same as last week), 19% poor (17%), 30% fair (same), 34% good (36%) and 7% excellent (same). There was more rain again this past week. It appears that some areas of southeast Missouri will not have any harvest due to excessive flooding.

North Carolina: The state received below-normal precipitation and above-average temperatures last week. Wheat conditions were: 0% very poor (same as last week), 2% poor (same), 17% fair (15%), 61% good (58%), and 20% excellent (25%).

Virginia: Wheat conditions were: 0% very poor (same as last week), 0% poor (1%), 19% fair (8%), 68% good (74%) and 13% excellent (17%).


Soft Red Winter
WHEAT DATA
GRADE FACTORS
Samples
Test Weight
Tested
Expected
Moisture
%
Protein
%
Dry Basis Protein*
Dockage
%
TKW
(gm)
FN
(sec)
Grade
lb/bu
kg/hl
FM%
Damage
%
S&B
%
Defects
%
This Week
0
350
Last Week
0
350
2010 Final
347
350
13.0
10.3
11.7
1.1
32.1
334
2 SRW
58.4
77.0
0.3
1.4
0.6
2.3