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10/17/2014 Canada Wheat Production May be Understated

October 17, 2014 Canada wheat production estimates may increase as the harvest advances.  New Canadian crop production estimates were released by Statistics Canada on October 3, but there are ...

10/8/2014 Australia Wheat Production May Disappoint, Widespread Drought in Southern Areas

October 8, 2014 Widespread drought in Australia’s southern wheat states points to lower production than the 25.5 million tonnes of wheat currently projected. Harvesting of wheat is just gett...

10/6/2014 Patchy Frost and Freezing Conditions in Northern Midwest Corn

Conditions have been unseasonably cold the past few mornings in the northern corn belt with freezing temperatures in immature corn.   Temperatures Saturday morning bottomed out at &nb...

9/18/2014 India Wheat Outlook in Jeopardy from Reduced Monsoon Rains

September 18, 2014 India’s reservoirs are depleted due to disappointing monsoon reducing the outlook for winter wheat production.      The head of the state-run Water Commission...

9/15/2014 Hard Freeze in Canada, Patchy Frost in Midwest Corn

September 15, 2014 Canadian prairie crops were hit with a hard freeze last week, while Midwest corn was spared with patchy frost. A heavy, wet snow blanketed western and central Alberta last week. ...

9/8/2014 Cold Temperatures Coming to Midwest, Freeze Risk in Northern Plains

September 8, 2014 Frost or freezing conditions may threaten immature crops in Canada and the northern Great Plains. The United States temperature forecast is cold, as a large polar air mass descend...

9/2/2014 Moisture Stress in Australia Dims Wheat Outlook

September 2, 2014 Worries over Australia’s wheat outlook continue with August heat and moisture stress in key growing areas.  Australia growing conditions in wheat have been less than ide...

8/25/2014 Midwest Rainfall Adding Up, Forecast Continues Wet

August 25, 2014 Waves of strong showers have eased drought in the Midwest, more beneficial for soybeans than corn in late August.   Midwest crops received at least one inch of rainfall last wee...

8/20/2014 Heavy Rain May Alleviate Drought in Midwest Soybeans

August 20, 2014 A big segment of the Upper Midwest has become very dry over the past 30 days threatening soybeans, but heavy rain may be at hand. August drought has steadily worsened in Iowa, Illin...

8/15/2014 Midwest Weather Turning Stormy and Wet

August 15, 2014 Heavy rainfall is finally predicted in the Midwest that would improve crop conditions especially in soybeans. A few showers have developed this morning in Iowa, Minnesota and Nebras...

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