Tennessee farmers are taking advantage, in between rains, to get crops planted across the state.
The latest report from the United States Department of Agriculture shows 48-percent of the corn crops have now been planted.
This report is an increase from 26-percent last week, and four-percent above the five year average at this time.
The USDA report also indicated 18-percent of the corn crop has emerged.
As far as early planted soybeans, eight-percent of the crop has been planted at this time.
Winter wheat this wheat was listed with 88-percent now in the “jointing” stage, and 33-percent in the “headed” stage.
Winter wheat is doing well in Tennessee, with the condition report listing 60-percent of the crop as “good” and 14-percent as “excellent”.