All of the topsoil and subsoil moisture in Oregon is at adequate or surplus while Washington’s levels are nearly at adequate and surplus levels.
Winter Wheat conditions are 96 percent good to excellent in Oregon while Washington is looking at 80 percent good to excellent. Oregon spring wheat also in the positive with 78 percent good to excellent.
Meanwhile 87 percent of spring wheat in Washington has been planted, which is behind the five-year average of 91 percent and Oregon has put 93 percent of spring wheat in the ground, three percent behind the five-year average.
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