(NDAgConnection.com) – For the week ending Sunday, there were 2.3 days suitable for fieldwork, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Topsoil moisture supplies rated 4% very short, 16% short, 54% adequate, and 26% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 10% very short, 19% short, 50% adequate, and 21% surplus.

Spring wheat planted was 8%, well behind 63% last year and 37% for the five-year average.

Durum wheat planted was 3%, well behind 37% last year and 23% average.

Winter wheat condition rated 3% very poor, 6% poor, 32% fair, 56% good, and 3% excellent. Winter wheat jointed was 30%, equal to last year, and ahead of 17% average.

Corn planted was 1%, well behind 33% last year, and behind 18% average.

Canola planted was 2%, behind 18% last year and 14% average.

Sugarbeets planted was 2%, well behind 91% last year and 62% average.

Oats planted was 11%, well behind 47% last year and 32% average.

Barley planted was 6%, well behind 60% last year and 33% average.

Dry edible peas planted was 4%, well behind 43% last year and 32% average.

Flaxseed planted was 3%, behind 14% last year and 10% average.

Pasture and range conditions rated 11% very poor, 34% poor, 35% fair, 19% good, and 1% excellent.

Stock water supplies rated 6% very short, 19% short, 65% adequate, and 10% surplus.

Data for this news were provided at the county level by USDA Farm Service Agency, NDSU Extension Service, and other reporters across the State.