The latest crop report from the Minnesota USDA shows that conditions for corn and soybeans decreased over the last week.

Corn crop conditions fell slightly, to 77-percent good to excellent. Ninety-seven percent of the corn crop is at or beyond the silking stage, six days ahead of the five-year average.

As for soybeans, the condition of the crop fell to 74-percent good to excellent from the previous reporting week. Ninety-five percent of soybeans across Minnesota have reached the blooming stage, that’s four days ahead of average.

Topsoil moisture supplies are 72-percent adequate, with subsoil moisture supplies at 69-percent adequate.