ALBANY — New York corn planted area for all purposes in 2022 is estimated at 1.19 million acres, up 13% from 2021. Growers expect to harvest 590 thousand acres for corn grain, up 9% from 585 thousand acres last year.
New York soybean planted area this year is estimated at 330 thousand acres planted, up 2% from 2021.
New York barley seeded area is estimated at 9 thousand acres, unchanged from 2021.
New York winter wheat acreage planted is estimated at 135 thousand, down 13% from 2021. New York winter wheat harvested acreage is forecast to be 115 thousand, down 10 thousand from 2021.
The 2022 United States corn planted area for all purposes is estimated at 89.9 million acres, down 4% from last year. Growers expect to harvest 81.9 million acres for grain, down 4% from last year.
The 2022 United States soybean planted area is estimated at 88.3 million acres, up 1% from last year. Compared with last year, planted acreage is up in 20 major producing States. Area for harvest, forecast at 87.5 million acres, is up 1% from 2021. If realized, this will be the third highest planted and harvested soybean acreage on record.
In 2022, United States barley producers seeded 3.05 million acres, up 15% from the previous year. Record low planted acres are expected in Michigan, Minnesota, New York, and Utah. Harvested area, forecast at 2.40 million acres, is up 23% from 2021. However, record low harvested acres are forecast in both Michigan and Wisconsin.
The 2022 United States winter wheat planted area is estimated at 34.0 million acres, down 1% from the previous estimate but up 1% from last year. Of the total acreage, about 23.5 million acres are Hard Red Winter, 6.86 million acres are Soft Red Winter, and 3.61 million acres are White Winter. Except for Colorado and Wyoming, much of the western United States is expecting increased planted acres from 2021.
For the complete ‘Acreage’ report released June 30, 2022 go to: https://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/j098zb09z
The ‘Acreage’ report and all other NASS reports are available online at www.nass.usda.gov
–USDA NASS New York