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3/30/2015 Midwest Corn Farms Receive Beneficial Rain, Drought Worries Continue in Hard Red Wheat

March 30, 2015 Stormy wet weather dominated the Midwest last week, improving soil moisture for corn planting, but drought continues to plague hard red winter wheat in the Great Plains.&nb...

3/23/2015 Worrisome Drought in Key US Winter Wheat States, Corn Belt Also Dry

March 23, 2015 Dry field conditions are a threat to US winter wheat yields in the 2015 harvest, as 3 of the 4 leading wheat states are struggling from drought.  A 1.8 inch moisture deficit ha...

3/17/2015 Drought Stymies Great Plains Wheat

March 17, 2015 Prolonged dryness in Kansas and Oklahoma is threatening wheat potential, while Texas wheat has benefited from recurring showers. Kansas wheat conditions have worsened from dryness, t...

3/12/2015 Rio Grande do Sul Soybeans Excel, Brazil’s Best

March 12, 2015 Rio Grande do Sul crops were boosted by ample rainfall, Brazil's only state with a very favorable soybean outlook.  The majority of Brazil's farmland was stricken by severe mids...

3/6/2015 Signs and Symptoms of El Niño in Australia and United States

March 6, 2015 The El Niño has officially developed the Climate Prediction Center announced March 5th.  Many models point to a weak El Niño continuing through June-August, the Nor...

3/2/2015 Southern Hemisphere Corn Production Set to Decline

March 2, 2015 Reduced corn production in the Southern Hemisphere would reduce exports, increasing reliance on United States corn as an alternative.  South Africa Drought Damages Corn South Af...

2/26/2015 Wheat Development Advancing in Western Europe, Very Wet Forecast

February 26, 2015 Winter temperatures have been sufficiently mild in Western Europe to encourage slow growth in wheat.   The late February satellite image reveals strong vegetation i...

2/23/2015 Brazil Generous February Rainfall Too Late for Soybeans

February 23, 2015 Late arriving heavy rain in February is too late to improve the soybean outlook for Brazil. Wet weather with recurring showers has hampered Brazil’s soybean harvesting this ...

2/17/2015 Emerging Drought Worrisome in United States Wheat and Corn Areas

February 17, 2015 Strong drying in the United States heartland has increased moisture stress in hard red winter wheat, also causing concerns for spring corn planting in the Midwest.  Oklahoma ...

2/9/2015 Drought Worries Resume in Mato Grosso Soybeans

February 9, 2015 Drought is hanging on in Mato Grosso, Brazil’s leading soybean state.   The center west, the largest soybean area in the state, has received only 59% of normal rainfall ...

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