Canadian prairie extreme wetness, a heat wave in the United States heartland, Brazil heavy rain in Parana, and Argentina emerging drought are weather anomalies affecting crops in the Americas.
Heat Wave This Week in Corn Belt
Hot air is projected to expand across the Great Plains into the Midwest and Mid South on Wednesday and Thursday introducing heat wave conditions to corn and soybeans already plagued by drought.
Crops have deteriorated east of the Mississippi River from oppressive heat and dryness. Eastern Midwest temperatures last week continued 4-6 F above normal, despite a forecast for sharply cooler conditions... subscribers continue to full story...