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6/27/2016 Hot Temperatures Taking a Toll on Midwest Corn, Conditions Trending Drier

June 27, 2016 Midwest corn conditions have deteriorated from persistently hot temperatures and high evaporation.  Heavy rainfall has been beneficial in southern Minnesota and Wisconsin so...

6/24/2016 Wetness in Australia Boosts Wheat Prospects

June 24, 2016 Wheat planting in Australia is off to favorable start with generous rainfall in May.  The May rainfall map from the Bureau of Meteorology shows wetness across eastern Australia w...

6/20/2016 Midwest Corn and Soybeans Need Rain

June 20, 2016 Midwest farms are expecting periodic showers in the upcoming week improving corn and soybean prospects Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and southwest Illinois have accrued rainfall deficits of ...

6/16/2016 China Corn Damage From Excessive Rain

June 16, 2016 China's corn is in jeopardy from excessively heavy rainfall in May, continuing in June.  Relentless rains have retarded corn growth and development.  Corn is the primary fe...

6/13/2016 Midwest Corn Needs Rain, Wet Forecast Welcome

June 13, 2016 The Midwest corn growing season started out on a positive note, but dry weather recently has retarded crop development. Field conditions have become progressively drier the past 2 week...

6/10/2016 Brazil’s Drought Losses in Corn Worse Than Expected

June 10, 2016 The corn season in Brazil has ended on a dry note in Mato Grosso, the top farm state and leading producer of corn.   April showers were severely deficient, as much as 200 mil...

6/2/2016 Flooding in Argentina Damages Soybean Yields

June 2, 2016 Estimates for Argentina’s soybean production are shrinking as crop damage from flooding is revealed at the harvest.   Santa Fe and Cordoba were hit with 10-16 inches of...

6/1/2016 Midwest Corn Planting Advances, El Nino Rapidly Declines

June 1, 2016 The rapid weakening of El Nino and its ultimate demise may negatively impact Midwest corn promoting drier summer weather. USDA reported that 94% of corn was planted as of May 29th, the ...

5/24/2016 Midwest Planting Advancing on Favorable Weather, Wet Forecast Ahead

May 24, 2016 A glowing report on United States crops was released by USDA revealing good progress in Midwest corn and soybeans and favorable prospects in wheat.     Drier field cond...

5/23/2016 Drought Threatens Brazil’s Winter Corn Harvest

May 23, 2016 Emerging drought in the Brazil tropics is posing a threat to winter corn in Mato Grosso, the leading farm state.  Mato Grosso’s winter corn, also known as “safrinha&rdq...

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