(Undated) — Soybean harvest in Minnesota is well ahead of the average pace as it nears completion. USDA’s latest crop progress report has soybean harvest statewide at 91-percent complete, almost two weeks ahead of last year and nine days ahead of average. Corn harvest as of Sunday was trending near normal at 29-percent finished, just a day behind the five-year average. The state’s potato crop is 93-percent harvested slightly ahead of normal. Just 12-percent of Minnesota’s sugar beet acreage is left to be harvested and sunflower harvest is nine days ahead of average at 56-percent complete. There were more than six days suitable for fieldwork last week and USDA says tillage was being done in harvested fields.