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Crop conditions range from very poor to good New mexico

Days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending June 9 were 7.0, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, New Mexico Field Office, June 10.

Topsoil moisture was 75 percent very short, 24 percent short and 1 percent adequate. Wind damage was 24 percent light and 5 percent moderate; with cotton 19 percent damaged.

Alfalfa conditions were mostly good to fair; first cutting 92 percent and second cutting 24 percent complete.

Cotton conditions were mostly fair; 3 percent squared. Corn conditions were mostly fair; 77 percent planted; 30 percent emerged. Sorghum conditions were mostly very poor; 25 percent planted.

Winter wheat conditions were mostly very poor; with 96 percent headed.

Peanut conditions ranged from very poor to good; 65 percent planted. Lettuce was 91 percent harvested. Chile conditions were mostly fair. Onion conditions ranged from fair to excellent; 22 percent harvested. Pecan conditions were mostly good; 22 percent below average and 78 percent average drop.

Cattle conditions ranged from very poor to good. Sheep conditions ranged from very poor to fair. Range and pasture conditions were mostly very poor.

Date: 6/17/2013

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