Above median rainfall forecast for most of Australia could see a wetter finish for the season.
Dry weather and frosts have affected the latest crop yield rankings around Australia.
Above median spring rainfall is likely for the eastern two-thirds of Australia.
Most key grain growing areas are predicted to have above average yields.
Assuming an average finish to the season, crop yield rankings are above median in most areas.
South-eastern Australia continues to firm up a solid season for grain producers.
New South Wales appears on track to be the only state to fully deliver on a promising season start.
As winter crops power on, central NSW is looking good but there are mixed fortunes north and south.
Average or better yields are predicted based on current soil moisture, but it is early days yet.
While it is early to be predicting yield, initial indications are looking good.
Soil moisture levels captured in these maps at the end of May show some moist seeding conditions.
The past few weeks have seen decent rainfall in parts of WA.
Soil moisture levels captured in these maps at the end of April will be boosted by more recent falls
The latest national soil moisture map for March shows some areas now set up well for winter seeding.
The latest national soil moisture map for February sees improvements in eastern Australia.
The latest national soil moisture map for January sees some improvements.
Explore the latest articles from FarmingAhead's AgriBusiness Channel