Most of the crops in Washington and Oregon are in good to excellent condition according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.


More than 80 percent of Washington’s spring wheat, corn, onions and barley and more than 90 percent of the state’s potatoes and dry beans were rated as good to excellent.


Oregon had good to excellent ratings for more than 80 percent of barley, corn, onions and oats with 92 percent of potatoes were rated highly.


Topsoil and subsoil moistures rated mostly in the short to adequate range.


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