Tlie July erop report estimates the number of acres of wheat under culü vation in Michigan at 1, 581,774. The probable yield is 24,G71,558 bushele. The number of bushels marketed during June, according to reporte, was 889,801, of whu-h 319, 270 bushels belonged to the Southern tier of counties. The area plantcd to corn in the Southern counties is three per cent. less than in average yeare, while thatdevoted to potatoes is greater. The facts relating to Washtenaw county are as follows: Acres of wheat planted, 63,609; estimated yield per acre, 17,60; condition of corn, 93 iier cent.; oats, 82; potatoes, 95; clover meadows, 88; timothy, 88; clover sowed this year, 95; apples, il; peaohes, 86 The number of bushels of wheat marketed during June was 18,445; since August 1, 1890, 548,396. On the whole, Washtenaw county has no reasou to complain of this year's prospecta.