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1 Washington, D.C. Crop Production Released ober 9, 2009, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS),, U.S. Department of Agriculture. For information on call (202) , office hours 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET. Corn Production Up Slightly from tember Forecast Soybean Production Up Fractionally Cotton Production Down 3 Percent Orange Production Down 10 Percent from Last Season Corn production is forecast at 13.0 billion bushels, up slightly from last month and 8 percent higher than Based on conditions as of ober 1, yields are expected to average bushels per acre, up 2.3 bushels from tember and 10.3 bushels above last year. If realized, this yield will be the highest on record and total production will be second only to the record set in Yield forecasts remained unchanged or increased from last month across the Corn Belt, Great Plains, and Ohio Valley where warm, dry weather during much of tember helped push the late-developing corn crop towards maturity. Light frost was reported in parts of the northern tier of the Great Plains and Corn Belt in late tember. However, temperatures were not considered low enough to terminate crop growth. Based on administrative information, acreage updates were made in several States and farmers now expect to harvest 79.3 million acres for grain, down 1 percent from the tember forecast but 1 percent above Soybean production is forecast at a record high 3.25 billion bushels, up slightly from the tember forecast and up 10 percent from last year. Based on ober 1 conditions, yields are expected to average 42.4 bushels per acre, up 0.1 bushel from last month and up 2.7 bushels from If realized, this will be the third highest yield on record. Compared with last month, yields are forecast higher or unchanged in all States except Michigan, Mississippi, Ohio, and New York. The largest decrease in yield from the tember forecast is expected in Mississippi where persistent rain during the last two weeks of the month increased the potential impact of disease. Increases of 2 bushels are expected in Kentucky, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Virginia. If realized, the forecasted yield in Alabama, Georgia, and Nebraska will be a record high and the forecasted yield in Arkansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania will tie the previous record high. Area for harvest in the U.S. is forecast at 76.6 million acres, down slightly from the previous estimate but up 3 percent from All Cotton production is forecast at 13.0 million 480-pound bales, down 3 percent from last month but up 1 percent from last year. Upland cotton production is forecast at 12.6 million 480-pound bales, down 3 percent from last month but up 2 percent from last year. Producers in the Delta region are expecting decreased yield due to excessive amounts of rainfall received during tember. Upland growers in Alabama and Georgia are expecting record high yields. The American-Pima production forecast, at 367,000 bales, was carried forward from the August 2009 forecast. Cr Pr 2-2 (10-09)

2 The U.S. all orange forecast for the season is 8.25 million tons, down 10 percent from the final utilization and 18 percent lower than the final utilization of 10.1 million tons. The Florida all orange forecast, at 136 million boxes (6.12 million tons), is down 16 percent from last season s final utilization. Early, midseason, and navel varieties in Florida are forecast at 69.0 million boxes (3.11 million tons), 18 percent lower than last season. The Florida Valencia orange forecast, at 67.0 million boxes (3.02 million tons), is down 14 percent from the crop. Weather conditions in Florida s citrus growing regions during early 2009 were characterized by a series of cold fronts, freezing temperatures, and below average rainfall. The drought conditions continued into May, resulting in a 19 percent decrease in average fruit per tree from last season. All orange production in California is forecast at 55.0 million boxes (2.06 million tons), up 13 percent from last season s crop. Navel oranges are forecast at 40.0 million boxes (1.50 million tons), a 16 percent increase from last season. The California Valencia forecast, at 15.0 million boxes (563,000 tons), is up 7 percent from the crop. The navel orange crop continued to develop well in both size and quality. Harvest is expected to begin in late-ober. The California Valencia harvest remained underway but was nearing completion. In Texas, orange production is forecast at 1.45 million boxes (62,000 tons), down 1 percent from last season s final utilization. Florida frozen concentrated orange juice (FCOJ) yield forecast for the season is 1.63 gallons per box at 42.0 degrees Brix, down 2 percent from last season s final yield of 1.66 gallons per box. Projected yield from the early-midseason and Valencia varieties will be published in the January report. All projections of yield assume the processing relationships this season will be similar to those of the past several seasons. This report was approved on ober 9, Acting Secretary of Agriculture Joseph W. Glauber Chairperson Carol C. House ober NASS, DA

3 Contents Page Selected Crops: Area Planted and Harvested Updates...4 Grains & Hay Corn for Grain...6 Ears per Acre Hay, Alfalfa Hay, Other Rice...8 Rice, by Class...8 Sorghum for Grain...7 Oilseeds Canola Peanuts Soybeans...9 Pods with Beans per 18 Square Feet Sunflower Cotton, Tobacco & Sugar Crops Cotton Cumulative Bolls Counts Cottonseed Sugarbeets Sugarcane for Sugar and Seed Tobacco Dry Beans, Peas & Lentils Dry Edible Beans Noncitrus Fruits & Tree Nuts Apples Grapes Papayas Prunes Pecans Citrus Grapefruit Lemons Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Potatoes & Miscellaneous Crops Potatoes Crop Comments Crop Summary Information Contacts Reliability of Production Data in this Report Weather Maps Weather Summary ober NASS, DA

4 AL AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN UT VT VA WA WV WI WY State Selected Crops: Area Planted and Harvested by State and United States, 2009 Corn Sorghum Soybeans Planted 1 Harvested Planted 1 Harvested Planted 1 Harvested 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres , ,000 5,600 13,700 4,100 1, ,300 7, , , , ,950 3, , , , , ,800 5,440 13,350 3,870 1, ,990 7, , , ,750 3, , , , , , , , , ,400 5,450 9,600 3,700 1,430 1, ,000 7,200 2,170 5,350 4, ,800 3,900 4, ,250 1, , , ,350 5,430 9,530 3,650 1, ,990 7,100 2,140 5,300 4, ,760 3,850 4, ,200 1, ,630 86,351 1 Updated from previous report. 79,294 6,623 5,681 77,510 76,619 ober NASS, DA

5 CA CO ID KS MN MT NE ND OK OR SD State Canola Selected Crops: Area Planted and Harvested by State and United States, Sunflower Oil Non-Oil All Planted Harvested Planted Harvested Planted Harvested Planted Harvested 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Oth Sts Updated from previous report. 2 Other States for Canola include CO, KS, and WA. 1, , , ,939.0 ober NASS, DA

6 AL AR CA CO DE GA IL IN IA KS KY LA MD MI MN MS MO NE NJ NY NC ND OH OK PA SC SD TN VA WA WI State Corn for Grain: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Bushels Bushels Bushels 1,000 Bushels 1,000 Bushels , ,900 5,460 12,800 3,630 1, ,140 7, ,650 8, ,300 3, , , , ,800 5,440 13,350 3,870 1, ,990 7, ,900 8, ,750 3, , , , ,440 66,650 33, ,960 19,000 43,400 2,130, ,600 2,188, , ,320 73,440 48, ,320 1,180,800 98, ,600 1,393,650 8,584 92,160 64, , ,200 36, ,040 20, ,200 74, ,750 36,720 18, ,560 28,080 62,730 22, ,000 23,200 49,000 2,112, ,040 2,509, , ,410 81,840 58, ,560 1,207,000 92, ,900 1,584,200 9,315 79,200 92, , ,920 36, ,720 32, ,000 80, ,000 45,440 18, ,600 Oth Sts ,969 54,263 78,640 79, ,101,238 13,018,058 1 Other States include AZ, FL, ID, MT, NM, OR, UT, WV, and WY. Individual State level estimates will be published in the 2009 Summary. ober NASS, DA

7 AR CO IL KS LA MS MO NE NM OK SD State Sorghum for Grain: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Bushels Bushels Bushels 1,000 Bushels 1,000 Bushels , , , , ,120 4,500 7, ,500 9,570 5,822 7,760 19,110 3,440 13,950 7, ,600 3,255 3,850 3, ,500 5, ,005 12,600 2,156 8,820 8, ,200 Oth Sts ,782 2,620 7,271 5, ,342 1 For 2008, Other States include AL, AZ, CA, GA, KY, NC, PA, SC, and TN. For 2009, Other States include AZ, and GA. Individual State level estimates will be published in the 2009 Summary. 363,723 ober NASS, DA

8 AR CA LA MS MO State Rice: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Pounds Pounds Pounds 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt 1, , ,660 8,320 5,830 6,850 6,620 6,900 6,850 8,300 6,300 7,000 6,800 7,200 6,850 8,500 6,400 6,800 7,000 7,500 92,938 43,030 27,037 15,687 13,173 11, ,038 46,665 30,080 16,184 13,930 12,750 2,976 3,101 6,846 7,051 7, , , Rice: Production by Class, United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Year Long Grain Medium Grain Short Grain 1 All 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt 143, , ,213 51,063 47,166 62,979 1 Sweet rice production included with short grain. 2 The 2009 rice production by class forecasts are based on class harvested acreage estimates and the 5-year average class yield compared to the all rice yield. 4,090 3,310 3, , , ,647 ober NASS, DA

9 AL AR DE GA IL IN IA KS KY LA MD MI MN MS MO NE NJ NY NC ND OH OK PA SC SD TN VA WI State Soybeans for Beans: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Bushels Bushels Bushels 1,000 Bushels 1,000 Bushels 350 3, ,120 5,430 9,670 3,250 1, ,890 6,970 1,960 5,030 4, ,670 3,760 4, ,060 1, , , ,350 5,430 9,530 3,650 1, ,990 7,100 2,140 5,300 4, ,760 3,850 4, ,200 1, , , ,500 5,308 12, , , , ,250 47,610 31,350 14,550 69, ,860 78, , ,990 2,700 10,396 55, , ,280 9,000 17,200 16, ,040 49,640 5,023 18,240 55,650 15, ,430 6,588 15, , , , ,000 62,040 35,890 19,000 73, ,000 83, , ,000 3,306 10,584 59, , ,680 10,360 20,470 15, ,000 61,200 4,875 21,460 63,570 Oth Sts ,840 1,850 74,681 76, ,967,007 1 Other States include FL and WV. Individual State level estimates will be published in the 2009 Summary. 3,250,113 ober NASS, DA

10 Varietal Type & State Sunflower: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by Type, State, and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Pounds Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds Oil CA 2 CO KS MN NE ND OK 2 SD ,240 1,550 1,300 1,430 1,780 1, , , ,800 40,920 1,297, ,060 19, , , ,150 55,900 1,329, ,100 59,400 Oth Sts ,191 65,665 82,160 2, , ,452 2,483,585 2,993,510 Non-Oil CA 2 CO KS MN NE ND OK 2 SD ,300 1,300 1,300 1,500 1,210 1,650 1,000 19,500 22,080 50,700 17, ,200 32,000 31,200 24,700 24,700 50,700 27, ,500 79,200 33,000 Oth Sts ,066 9,055 8, , , ,330 All CA 2 CO KS MN NE ND OK 2 SD , ,245 1,463 1,359 1,399 1,769 1,062 1,177 1,361 1,332 1,486 1,340 1,557 1,125 1, , , ,500 58,470 1,500, ,060 50, , , ,850 82,900 1,511,400 1,049,300 92,400 51, , ,200 99,570 67,000 1,323,400 18, , ,400 Oth Sts ,178 74,720 90,690 2, , ,429 1,538 2,868, yield and production estimates for oil and non-oil varieties will be published in the 2009 Summary. 2 Beginning in 2009, CA and OK are published individually. 3 For 2008, Other States include CA, IL, MI, MO, MT. OK, WI, and WY. Beginning in 2009, Other States is discontinued. 3,422,840 2,981,670 ober NASS, DA

11 AL FL GA MS NM NC OK SC VA State Peanuts: Area Planted, Harvested, Yield and Production by State and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Planted Area Harvested ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres AL FL GA MS NM NC OK SC VA State 1, ,534.0 Yield 1, , ,507.0 Production Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 2,550 2,700 3,120 3,300 3,200 2,900 3,400 3,100 3,700 2,500 3,500 3,200 3,400 3,900 3,200 3,700 3,500 3,900 3,300 3,350 3,300 3,100 3,500 3,500 3,200 3,400 3,200 3,300 3,400 3,400 3,300 3,100 3,500 3,500 3,200 3,500 3,400 3,000 3,200 3, , ,300 1,622,400 59,400 32, ,000 57, , ,900 52, , ,000 2,329,000 81,900 25, ,900 63, , ,900 80,400 1, , ,500 1,750,000 70,000 22, ,000 40, , ,000 40, Revised. 3,073 3,426 3,397 3,363 3,672,250 5,162,400 3,638,400 ID 1 MN MT ND OK 1 OR 1 State Canola: Area Harvested, Yield and Production by State and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Pounds Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds ,600 1,910 1,460 1,200 1,800 2,100 1,900 1,400 2,500 38,400 9,639 1,316,100 35,200 14,134 1,306,700 18,000 21,600 13,020 1,358,500 56,000 11,000 Oth Sts ,378 1,658 66,595 89,030 24, ,461 1,861 1,430,734 1 Beginning in 2009, ID, OK, and OR are published individually. 2 For 2008, Other States include CO, ID, KS, MI, OK, OR, and WA. For 2009, Other States include CO, KS, and WA. 1,445,064 1,502,820 ober NASS, DA

12 Upland AL AZ AR CA FL GA KS LA MS MO NM NC OK SC TN VA Type and State Cotton: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by Type, State, and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Pounds Pounds Pounds 1,000 Bales 2 1,000 Bales , , ,462 1,012 1, , ,450 1,056 1, ,132 1, ,450 1,037 1, ,132 1, , , , , , , , , , ,631.0 Amer-Pima 3 AZ CA NM , , , ,226 1,205 1, All AL AZ AR CA FL GA KS LA MS MO NM NC OK SC TN VA , , ,456 1,012 1, , ,446 1,056 1, ,132 1, ,446 1,037 1, ,132 1, , , , , , , , , Production ginned and to be ginned lb. net weight bale. 3 Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast , ,998.0 ober NASS, DA

13 State Cottonseed: Production, United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Production ,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 6, , , Based on a 3-year average lint-seed ratio. ober NASS, DA

14 AZ CA CO ID IL IN IA KS KY MI MN MO MT NE NV NM NY ND OH OK OR PA SD UT VA WA WI WY State Alfalfa and Alfalfa Mixtures for Hay: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Tons Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,040 7,128 3,034 4,715 1, ,240 2, ,925 3,190 1,140 3,740 4,015 1,193 1,248 1,008 3,255 1,364 1,258 1,681 1,800 4, , ,288 3,720 1,620 2,236 6,650 2,706 4,972 1,365 1,200 4,370 2, ,233 4,185 1,120 3,040 3,832 1,296 1, ,324 1,218 1,116 1,680 1,650 5, , ,804 4,050 1,537 2,295 6,533 3,108 4,674 1,292 1,170 3,700 3, ,044 3,500 1,221 3,630 3,977 1,375 1, ,550 1,872 1,080 2,016 1,850 5, , ,352 4,185 1,560 Oth Sts ,980 20, ,880 69,620 71,977 1 Other States include AR, CT, DE, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NC, RI, TN, VT, and WV. Individual State level estimates will be published in the 2009 Summary. ober NASS, DA

15 AL AR CA CO GA ID IL IN IA KS KY LA MI MN MS MO MT NE NY NC ND OH OK OR PA SD TN VA WA WV WI WY State All Other Hay: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Tons Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 900 1, ,050 2, , , , , ,200 1,450 1,850 4,300 1, , ,100 2, , ,700 1, , , ,100 1,450 1,900 4,500 1, ,512 3,045 1,914 1,425 1, ,570 3,600 1, ,050 1,840 6,388 1,350 2,170 1,692 1,035 1,808 1,440 5,600 1,260 2,400 2,325 2,625 14,040 2,160 1, ,980 3,058 2,166 1,275 1, ,895 4,560 1, ,080 1,944 7,700 1,040 2,400 1,746 1,600 1,794 1,584 4,420 1,271 2,160 2,320 3,885 8,600 2, , ,886 3,080 2,368 1,672 1, ,780 5,280 1, ,200 2,460 7,455 1,200 2,550 1,590 1,872 1,680 1,650 4,320 1,344 2,860 2,175 4,560 9,000 2,574 1,044 1, Oth Sts 1 1,797 1, ,052 3,967 4,117 39,082 39, ,021 76,052 80,752 1 Other States include AZ, CT, DE, FL, ME, MD, MA, NV, NH, NJ, NM, RI, SC, UT, and VT. Individual State level estimates will be published in the 2009 Summary. ober NASS, DA

16 CA CO ID MI MN MT NE ND OR WA 2 WY State Sugarbeets: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, Area Harvested Yield Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Tons Tons Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons , ,619 3,903 9, , ,558 3,672 11,025 1,118 1,155 5, , , Relates to year of intended harvest in all States except CA. In CA, relates to year of intended harvest for fall planted beets in central CA and to year of planting for overwintered beets in central and southern CA. 2 Estimates discontinued in ,837 30,993 FL HI LA State Sugarcane for Sugar and Seed: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield 1 Production ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres Tons Tons Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons ,255 1,494 11,462 1,392 14,313 1,458 11,200 1,533 1 Net tons ,603 28,504 ober NASS, DA

17 State Dry Edible Beans: Area Planted and Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Planted Area Harvested ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres AZ 2 3 CA CO ID KS MI MN MT 2 NE NM 2 NY ND OR 2 SD UT 4 WA WI 2 WY , , ,445.2 Yield 5 Production ,435.0 Pounds Pounds 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt AZ 2 3 CA CO ID KS MI MN MT 2 NE NM 2 NY ND OR 2 SD UT 4 WA WI 2 WY 1,850 1,500 1,850 2,100 1,850 1,950 1,950 2,290 2,300 1,930 1,570 2,000 1,840 1, ,770 2,130 2,310 2,100 2,050 1,650 2,000 2,250 1,750 1,800 2,090 2,350 2,300 1,300 1,500 2,300 1,700 1,600 1,770 2,000 2, , ,607 2, , , , , ,413 2, , , , ,768 1 Updated from the August report. 2 Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast. 3 Estimates began in Estimates discontinued in ,754 25,558 25,170 5 Cleaned basis. ober NASS, DA

18 State Winter Potatoes: Area Planted and Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, Area Planted Area Harvested ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres CA Yield Production Cwt Cwt 1,000 Cwt 1,000 Cwt CA ,530 2,132 CT GA KY MA MO 1 NC OH 2 PA SC TN VA State Tobacco: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by State and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production Acres Acres Pounds Pounds Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 2,600 16,000 87, , ,300 3,400 7,900 19,000 21,800 19,500 1,750 14,000 88, ,300 3,200 8,200 18,500 21,600 19,650 1,352 2,100 2,345 1,403 2,240 2,240 2,050 2,232 2,100 2,403 2,357 1,343 1,500 2,379 1,546 2,389 2,000 2,349 2,050 2,458 2,263 1,371 1,500 2,338 1,523 2,389 2,000 2,349 2,000 2,362 2,310 3,516 33, , , ,360 6,970 17,630 39,900 52,380 45,970 2,400 21, , ,540 6,400 19,265 37,000 51,020 45, , ,290 2,258 1 Estimates discontinued in Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast. 2,319 2, , ,964 ober NASS, DA

19 Class, Type, and State Class 1, Flue-cured GA NC SC VA Class 2, Fire-cured KY TN VA Class 3, Air-cured Light Air-cured Burley KY MO 1 NC OH 2 PA TN VA Southern MD Belt PA Total Light Air-cured Dark Air-cured KY TN Class 4, Cigar Filler PA Seedleaf PA Class 5, Cigar Binder CT Valley Broadleaf CT MA Class 6, Cigar Wrapper CT Valley Shade-grown CT MA All Cigar Types Tobacco: Area Harvested, Yield, and Production by Class, Type, State, and United States, 2008 and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Area Harvested Yield Production Acres Acres Pounds Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 16, ,000 19,000 17, ,000 10,900 7, ,600 70,000 1,500 3,300 3,400 4,300 13,000 2,000 97,500 1,800 99,300 6,900 1,600 8,500 1,800 1, , ,090 5,090 14, ,000 18,500 17, ,500 9,100 6, ,150 75,000 3,300 3,200 4,100 14,000 2, ,600 2, ,700 4,600 1,200 5,800 2,000 1, , ,140 2,100 2,250 2,100 2,410 2,239 3,500 3,200 2,000 3,344 2,100 2,240 1,700 2,050 2,300 1,900 2,000 2,067 2,100 2,068 3,000 2,900 2,981 2,200 1,380 1,460 1,398 1,300 1,250 1,292 1,659 1,500 2,400 2,000 2,350 2,307 3,500 3,200 1,900 3,317 2,150 1,800 2,000 2,400 1,950 2,100 2,115 2,250 2,118 3,100 2,700 3,017 2,350 1,500 1,650 1,535 1,200 1,100 1,189 1,858 33, ,750 39,900 40, ,220 38,150 23,040 1,000 62, ,000 3,360 5,610 6,970 9,890 24,700 4, ,530 3, ,310 20,700 4,640 25,340 3,960 2, ,076 1, ,408 8,444 21, ,600 37,000 39, ,550 31,850 20,480 1,235 53, ,250 5,940 6,400 9,840 27,300 4, ,930 4, ,655 14,260 3,240 17,500 4,700 1, , ,694 All Tobacco 354,490 1 Estimates discontinued in Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast. 353,290 2,258 2, , ,964 ober NASS, DA

20 Crop and State Oranges Early Mid & Navel 3 AZ 4 CA FL Valencia AZ 4 CA FL All AZ 4 CA FL Grapefruit White FL Colored FL All AZ 4 CA FL Tangerines and Mandarins AZ 5 CA 5 FL Lemons AZ CA Tangelos FL Citrus Fruits: Utilized Production by Crop, State, and United States, , and Forecast ober 1, Utilized Production Boxes Utilized Production Ton Equivalent ,000 Boxes 2 1,000 Boxes 2 1,000 Boxes 2 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons 1,000 Tons ,000 83,500 1, , ,000 86, , , ,200 1, ,376 9,000 17, ,200 26,600 6,000 37, ,700 5,500 12,600 1,500 14,800 16,300 1, ,500 84,600 1, , ,000 77, , , ,400 1, ,609 6,600 15, ,600 21,700 5,500 32, ,700 3,850 10,800 3,000 22,000 25,000 1,150 40,000 69,000 1, ,250 15,000 67, ,200 55, ,000 1, ,450 5,800 14,000 4,700 19,800 5,300 29, ,000 4,900 12,250 2,500 20,000 22,500 1, ,688 3, , , , ,325 7, ,076 1 The crop year begins with the bloom of the first year shown and ends with the completion of harvest the following year. 2 Net lbs. per box: oranges-az & CA-75, FL-90, -85; grapefruit-az & CA-67, FL-85, -80; lemons-76; tangelos-90; tangerines and mandarins-az & CA-75, FL Navel and miscellaneous varieties in AZ and CA. Early (including navel) and midseason varieties in FL and. Small quantities of tangerines in and Temples in FL. 4 Estimates discontinued beginning with the crop year. 5 Includes tangelos and tangors , , ,294 3, , , , ,819 7, , , ,500 3, , , ,587 2,063 6, , , ober NASS, DA

21 State Apples, Commercial: Total Production by State and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, Total Production Million Pounds Million Pounds Million Pounds AZ 2 CA 2 CO 2 CT 2 GA 3 ID 2 IL 2 IN 2 IA 2 KY 3 ME 2 MD 2 MA 2 MI MN 2 MO 2 NH 2 NJ 2 NY NC OH 2 OR 2 PA RI 2 SC 3 TN 2 UT 2 VT 2 VA WA WV WI , , , , , , , , In orchards of 100 or more bearing age trees. 2 Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast. 3 Estimates discontinued in , ,016.0 ober NASS, DA

22 Variety and State Pecans: Production by Variety, State, and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Utilized Production (In-Shell Basis) ,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds Improved Varieties 1 AL AZ AR CA FL GA LA MS MO NM NC 2 OK SC 10,000 23,000 1,500 4,400 1, ,000 3,000 2, , ,000 1,500 44,000 7,400 17,500 1,000 3,750 1,400 66,000 1, , ,000 3,000 20,000 11,600 24,000 1,500 3,800 1,800 86,000 2,500 2, ,000 6,000 3,300 45, , , ,750 Native and Seedling AL AR FL GA KS LA MS MO NC 2 OK SC 2, , , , , ,000 1,900 4, , ,000 1, ,000 1,700 5, ,550 14, ,000 83,843 27,230 45,450 All Pecans AL AZ AR CA FL GA KS LA MS MO NM NC 2 OK SC 12,000 23,000 2,300 4,400 1, , ,000 3, , ,000 2,000 70,000 8,000 17,500 1,500 3,750 1,700 70,000 1,900 5,000 1, , ,000 3,400 30,000 13,000 24,000 2,300 3,800 2,100 90,000 1,700 8,000 2,500 1,800 76,000 20,000 4,000 60,000 1 Budded, grafted, or topworked varieties. 2 Estimates discontinued in , , ,200 ober NASS, DA

23 State Grapes: Total Production by Crop, State, and United States, and Forecasted ober 1, 2009 Total Production Tons Tons Tons AZ 1 AR 2 CA All Types Wine Table 3 Raisin 3 GA 2 MI MO 2 NY NC 2 OH 2 OR 2 PA 2 VA 2 WA All Types Wine Juice ,230,000 3,288, ,000 2,151,000 2, ,100 2, ,000 3,650 7,600 38,600 84,000 4,900 5, , , , ,700 6,532,000 3,055, ,000 2,505,000 3,500 73,700 5, ,000 5,600 5,660 34, ,200 4,200 7, , , ,000 2,300 6,250,000 3,400, ,000 2,000,000 3,700 99,000 4, ,000 5,700 4,500 37,000 70,000 7,000 7, , , ,000 1 Estimates discontinued in Estimates for current year carried forward from an earlier forecast. 7,057,250 7,303,260 7,021,000 3 Fresh basis. Jul Aug Month 1 Utilized fresh production. Papayas: Area and Fresh Production by Month, Hawaii, Total in Crop Area Fresh Production 1 Harvested Acres Acres Acres Acres 1,000 Pounds 1,000 Pounds 2,310 2,310 2,075 2,070 1,350 1,350 1,315 1,310 2,095 2,380 2,805 2,305 Crop Prunes (Dried Plums): Total Production, California, and Forecasted Total Production Tons Tons Tons Prunes (Dried Basis) 83, , ,000 1 Forecast was carried forward from an earlier forecast. ober NASS, DA

24 Grains & Hay Barley Corn for Grain 2 Corn for Silage Hay, All Alfalfa All Other Oats Proso Millet Rice Rye Sorghum for Grain 2 Sorghum for Silage Wheat, All Winter Durum Other Spring Crop Crop Summary: Area Planted and Harvested, United States, (Domestic Units) 1 Area Planted Area Harvested ,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 1,000 Acres 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,055.0 Oilseeds Canola Cottonseed 3 Flaxseed Mustard Seed Peanuts Rapeseed Safflower Soybeans for Beans Sunflower 1, , , , , , , , , , , , ,939.0 Cotton, Tobacco & Sugar Crops Cotton, All Upland Amer-Pima Sugarbeets Sugarcane Tobacco 9, , , , , , , , , , , , Dry Beans, Peas & Lentils Austrian Winter Peas Dry Edible Beans Dry Edible Peas Lentils Wrinkled Seed Peas , , , , Potatoes & Misc. Coffee (HI) Ginger Root (HI) Hops Peppermint Oil Potatoes, All Winter Spring Summer Fall Spearmint Oil Sweet Potatoes Taro (HI) 4 1, , , Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year. 2 Area planted for all purposes. 3 Acreage is not estimated. 4 Area is total acres in crop, not harvested acreage , ober NASS, DA

25 Grains & Hay Barley Corn for Grain Corn for Silage Hay, All Alfalfa All Other Oats Proso Millet Rice 2 Rye Sorghum for Grain Sorghum for Silage Wheat, All Winter Durum Other Spring Crop Crop Summary: Yield and Production, United States, (Domestic Units) 1 Units Bu Tons Bu Cwt Bu Tons Bu Yield Production , , ,000 1, ,193 12,101, , ,672 69,620 76,052 89,135 14, ,733 7, ,342 5,646 2,499,164 1,867,333 83, , ,383 13,018, ,729 71,977 80,752 93, ,647 6, ,723 2,220,156 1,522, , ,361 Oilseeds Canola Cottonseed 3 Flaxseed Mustard Seed Peanuts Rapeseed Safflower Soybeans for Beans Sunflower Lbs Tons Bu Lbs Bu Lbs 1, ,426 1,500 1, ,429 1,861 3, ,538 1,445,064 4, ,716 41,255 5,162, ,433 2,967,007 3,422,840 1,502,820 4, ,638,400 3,250,113 2,981,670 Cotton, Tobacco & Sugar Crops Cotton, All 2 Upland 2 Amer-Pima 2 Sugarbeets Sugarcane Tobacco Bales Tons Lbs , , , ,304 12, , ,837 27, ,504 12, , ,993 28, ,964 Dry Beans, Peas & Lentils Austrian Winter Peas 2 Dry Edible Beans 2 Dry Edible Peas 2 Lentils 2 Wrinkled Seed Peas 3 Cwt 1,300 1,768 1, , ,558 12,270 2, ,170 Potatoes & Misc. Coffee (HI) Ginger Root (HI) Hops Peppermint Oil Potatoes, All Winter Spring Summer Fall Spearmint Oil Sweet Potatoes Taro (HI) 3 Lbs Cwt Lbs Cwt Lbs 1,370 30,000 1, , ,600 1,800 80, , ,055 2,530 20,132 13, ,588 2,399 18,443 4,300 1 Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year. 2 Yield in pounds. 3 Yield is not estimated. 80, ,132 21,325 14,705 ober NASS, DA

26 Grains & Hay Barley Corn for Grain 2 Corn for Silage Hay, All 3 Alfalfa All Other Oats Proso Millet Rice Rye Sorghum for Grain 2 Sorghum for Silage Wheat, All 3 Winter Durum Other Spring Crop Crop Summary: Area Planted and Harvested, United States, (Metric Units) 1 Area Planted Area Harvested Hectares Hectares Hectares Hectares 1,718,310 34,796,060 1,314, ,440 1,212, ,910 3,352,450 25,573,580 18,739,980 1,101,160 5,732,430 1,443,530 34,945,390 1,377, ,900 1,264, ,220 2,680,260 23,930,530 17,527,530 1,033,580 5,369,430 1,529,320 31,824,820 2,413,980 24,306,490 8,490,400 15,816, , ,160 1,204, ,860 2,942, ,110 22,540,830 16,028,960 1,041,670 5,470,190 1,263,850 32,089,490 24,353,030 8,491,210 15,861, ,070 1,254, ,980 2,299,040 20,257,970 13,955,730 1,019,010 5,283,230 Oilseeds Canola Cottonseed 4 Flaxseed Mustard Seed Peanuts Rapeseed Safflower Soybeans for Beans Sunflower 409, ,260 32, , ,750 30,642,320 1,018, , ,860 21, , ,510 31,367, , , ,590 28, , ,910 30,222, , , ,000 20, , ,680 31,006, ,690 Cotton, Tobacco & Sugar Crops Cotton, All 3 Upland Amer-Pima Sugarbeets Sugarcane Tobacco 3,832,820 3,762,400 70, ,440 3,698,340 3,637,760 60, ,560 3,062,980 2,994,710 68, , , ,460 3,129,140 3,069,980 59, , , ,970 Dry Beans, Peas & Lentils Austrian Winter Peas Dry Edible Beans Dry Edible Peas Lentils Wrinkled Seed Peas 4 7, , , ,670 8, , , ,920 3, , , ,430 3, , , ,470 Potatoes & Misc. Coffee (HI) Ginger Root (HI) Hops Peppermint Oil Potatoes, All 3 Winter Spring Summer Fall Spearmint Oil Sweet Potatoes Taro (HI) 5 428,810 4,450 28,450 19, ,810 41, ,540 3,640 30,590 17, ,540 43,180 2, ,550 24, ,670 4,450 27,840 18, ,120 8,260 39, Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year. 2 Area planted for all purposes. 3 Total may not add due to rounding. 4 Acreage is not estimated. 5 Area is total hectares in crop, not harvested hectares. 16, ,950 3,520 29,700 17, ,410 41,800 ober NASS, DA

27 Grains & Hay Barley Corn for Grain Corn for Silage Hay, All 2 Alfalfa All Other Oats Proso Millet Rice Rye Sorghum for Grain Sorghum for Silage Wheat, All 2 Winter Durum Other Spring Crop Crop Summary: Yield and Production, United States, (Metric Units) 1 Yield Production Metric Tons Metric Tons Metric Tons Metric Tons ,229, ,385, ,259, ,151,420 63,158,200 68,993,210 1,293, ,470 9,241, ,680 11,998,040 5,121,970 68,016,100 50,820,480 2,281,400 14,914,220 4,950, ,673, ,553,420 65,296,440 73,256,980 1,353,900 10,008, ,630 9,238,990 60,422,740 41,441,590 2,995,800 15,985,350 Oilseeds Canola Cottonseed 3 Flaxseed Mustard Seed Peanuts Rapeseed Safflower Soybeans for Beans Sunflower ,470 3,901, ,190 18,710 2,341, ,810 80,748,700 1,552, ,670 4,114,080 1,650,350 88,453,580 1,352,460 Cotton, Tobacco & Sugar Crops Cotton, All 2 Upland Amer-Pima Sugarbeets Sugarcane Tobacco ,790,200 2,696,410 93,800 24,346,120 25,041, ,100 2,829,980 2,750,080 79,900 28,116,380 25,858, ,210 Dry Beans, Peas & Lentils Austrian Winter Peas Dry Edible Beans Dry Edible Peas Lentils Wrinkled Seed Peas ,720 1,159, , ,360 26,310 1,141,690 Potatoes & Misc. Coffee (HI) Ginger Root (HI) Hops Peppermint Oil Potatoes, All 2 Winter Spring Summer Fall Spearmint Oil Sweet Potatoes Taro (HI) , ,570 2,490 18,826, , , ,180 17,172,460 1, ,560 1,950 1 Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year. 2 Production may not add due to rounding. 3 Yield is not estimated. 36,690 96, , ,010 ober NASS, DA

28 Crop Citrus 2 Grapefruit Lemons Oranges Tangelos (FL) Tangerines and Mandarins Fruits and Nuts Production, United States, (Domestic Units) 1 Tons Units Production ,000 1,000 1,000 1, , , , , , Noncitrus Apples Apricots Bananas (HI) Grapes Olives (CA) Papayas (HI) Peaches Pears Prunes, Dried (CA) Prunes & Plums (Ex CA) 1,000 Lbs Tons Lbs Tons Lbs Tons 9, , , , , , , , Nuts & Misc. Almonds (CA) (shelled) Hazelnuts (OR) (in-shell) Pecans (in-shell) Walnuts (CA) (in-shell) Maple Syrup Lbs Tons Lbs Tons Gals 1,630, , ,912 1,350, , ,327 1 Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year, except citrus which is for the season. 2 Production years are , , and ober NASS, DA

29 Crop Citrus 2 Grapefruit Lemons Oranges Tangelos (FL) Tangerines and Mandarins Fruits and Nuts Production, United States, (Metric Units) 1 Production Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons 1,404, ,550 9,140,790 61, ,090 1,207, ,830 8,344,290 47, ,880 1,098, ,640 7,479,740 40, ,760 Noncitrus Apples Apricots Bananas (HI) Grapes Olives (CA) Papayas (HI) Peaches Pears Prunes, Dried (CA) Prunes & Plums (Ex CA) 4,431,280 74,040 7,890 6,625,410 60,600 15,200 1,028, , ,030 14,060 4,543,180 68,270 6,369,340 45, , , ,220 16,600 Nuts & Misc. Almonds (CA) (shelled) Hazelnuts (OR) (in-shell) Pecans (in-shell) Walnuts (CA) (in-shell) Maple Syrup 739,360 29,030 87, ,530 9, ,350 34, , ,480 11,630 1 Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2009 crop year, except citrus which is for the season. 2 Production years are , , and ober NASS, DA

30 Corn for Grain: Objective Yield Data The National Agricultural Statistics Service is conducting objective yield surveys in 10 corn producing States during Randomly selected plots in corn for grain fields are visited monthly from August through harvest to obtain specific counts and measurements. Data in this table are rounded actual field counts from this survey. Corn for Grain: Number of Ears per Acre, Selected States, State Month Number Number Number Number Number IL 26,950 26,850 26,850 26,850 27,600 27,450 27,400 27,400 27,750 27,750 27,750 27,750 28,600 28,500 28,400 28,350 29,150 28,900 IN 24,850 24,600 24,650 24,650 25,850 25,750 25,700 25,750 26,950 26,800 26,800 26,800 27,950 27,700 27,700 27,700 27,950 28,100 IA 27,150 27,100 27,100 27,100 27,350 27,350 27,350 27,350 28,500 28,400 28,450 28,400 28,600 28,600 28,600 28,600 29,250 29,200 KS 21,100 21,000 20,900 20,900 20,850 20,750 20,750 20,750 20,900 20,800 20,800 20,800 19,850 20,600 20,650 20,650 22,750 22,650 MN 28,000 27,900 28,050 28,050 28,050 28,250 28,250 28,250 28,850 28,600 28,600 28,600 29,900 29,350 29,450 29,400 30,250 30,750 MO 22,550 22,600 22,600 22,600 23,850 23,800 23,800 23,800 23,950 23,950 23,950 23,950 25,050 25,000 24,900 24,900 24,800 24,800 NE All 23,250 22,800 22,800 22,800 23,850 23,700 23,700 23,550 24,850 24,750 24,750 24,750 24,050 23,950 23,900 23,900 25,650 25,650 NE Irrigated 26,250 25,900 25,900 25,900 26,750 26,600 26,600 26,650 27,200 27,000 27,000 27,000 26,800 27,000 26,900 26,900 27,900 27,950 NE Non-Irrigated 19,550 18,950 18,900 18,900 19,400 19,150 19,200 18,800 21,100 21,050 21,100 21,100 19,550 19,500 19,550 19,550 22,100 22,050 OH 24,800 24,700 24,650 24,650 25,200 25,350 25,450 25,450 26,350 26,000 25,950 25,950 26,950 27,400 27,250 27,250 27,700 27,950 SD 23,150 23,100 23,050 23,050 22,050 21,900 21,700 21,700 23,250 22,700 22,700 22,700 24,150 23,900 23,800 23,800 26,150 26,050 WI 26,550 26,350 26,350 26,350 26,750 26,850 27,200 27,200 27,800 27,700 27,850 27,850 27,750 28,300 27,950 27,900 27,500 28,850 ober NASS, DA

31 Soybeans: Objective Yield Data The National Agricultural Statistics Service is conducting objective yield surveys in 11 soybean producing States during Randomly selected plots in soybean fields are visited monthly from August through harvest to obtain specific counts and measurements. Data in this table are actual field counts from this survey. AR 1 Soybeans: Pods with Beans per 18 Square Feet, Selected States, State Month Number Number Number Number Number 1,796 1,823 1,824 1,645 1,655 1,667 1,621 1,665 1,690 1,569 1,723 1,715 1,785 IL 1,824 1,820 1,858 1,858 1,860 1,890 1,923 1,923 1,800 1,796 1,818 1,831 1,621 1,893 1,801 1,829 1,610 1,672 IN 1,747 1,790 1,899 1,899 1,764 1,893 1,909 1,909 1,667 1,660 1,628 1,641 1,608 1,577 1,648 1,659 1,516 1,525 IA 1,796 1,935 1,968 1,970 1,688 1,758 1,760 1,760 1,787 1,917 1,933 1,932 1,758 1,732 1,770 1,775 1,858 1,878 KS 1,383 1,431 1,547 1,546 1,466 1,509 1,581 1,581 1,605 1,524 1,608 1,609 1,346 1,487 1,581 1,629 1,627 1,759 MN 1,597 1,598 1,640 1,640 1,500 1,586 1,568 1,568 1,558 1,589 1,588 1,588 1,466 1,493 1,470 1,472 1,456 1,542 MO 1,580 1,585 1,679 1,652 1,673 1,746 1,738 1,735 1,566 1,579 1,685 1,697 1,538 1,473 1,673 1,690 1,856 1,983 NE 1,778 1,903 1,920 1,920 1,699 1,801 1,784 1,766 1,876 2,042 2,088 2,084 1,692 1,766 1,857 1,857 1,793 1,878 ND 1,386 1,471 1,496 1,496 1,127 1,241 1,260 1,260 1,323 1,445 1,500 1,497 1,261 1,261 1,405 1,405 1,208 1,236 OH 1,990 1,890 1,974 1,981 1,868 1,895 1,835 1,866 1,892 1,850 1,909 1,909 1,942 1,755 1,618 1,616 1,846 1,769 SD 1,572 1,617 1,605 1,556 1 tember data not available due to plant immaturity. 1,255 1,345 1,316 1,312 1,476 1,492 1,510 1,510 1,425 1,465 1,492 1,492 1,513 1,642 ober NASS, DA

32 Cotton: Objective Yield Data The National Agricultural Statistics Service conducted objective yield surveys in 6 cotton producing States during Randomly selected plots in cotton fields were visited monthly from August through harvest to obtain specific counts and measurements. Data in this table are actual field counts from this survey. AR Cotton: Cumulative Boll Counts, Selected States, State Month Dec Number Number Number Number Number , GA Dec LA Dec MS Dec NC Dec Dec Includes small bolls (less than one inch in diameter), large unopened bolls (at least one inch in diameter), open bolls, partially opened bolls, and burrs per 40 feet of row. ember, December, and exclude small bolls ober NASS, DA

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