TOPEKA, Kan. - Winter wheat planting in Kansas is nearly complete with 98% of the crop seeded as of Sunday. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that planting of the 2013 crop is running at roughly the same pace as last year, but ahead of the five-year average. About 87% of the wheat has now emerged.The agency rates the emerging crop's condition as 13% poor to very poor, 50% fair, 35% good and 2% excellent. Meanwhile, the Kansas corn harvest is 99% complete, with cutting more than three weeks ahead of normal. Harvest of other crops also made some good progress over the past week, with 86% of the soybeans and 75% of the sorghum now safely in the bin.