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8/20/2014 US Winter Wheat Production Down Sharply

August 20, 2014 The United States reports a reduced winter wheat harvest this season only 1.35 billion bushels, down 12% from a year ago.     Severe drought in the bread wheat states dragged production lower.    Hard red winter wheat production at 685 million bushels would ...

8/19/2014 Russia Spring Wheat Production

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 Nebraska, the beginning of stormy period in the Midwest.   The atmosphere is growing more un...

8/12/2014 Bumper Corn Yield Anticipated, Soybeans Uncertain

August 12, 2014 Corn yields are expected to excel but there's still a good deal of uncertainty about soybean yields. Expectations are for a bumper corn yield based on persistently favorable weekly conditions 74% - 75% good-excellent.   Cool July temperatures were a yield builder, reducin...

8/11/2014 Disappointing Wheat Outlook in New South Wales

August 8, 2014 Dry conditions in New South Wales weigh on Australia wheat prospects though elsewhere conditions have improved. Australia wheat production may not be as disappointing as originally projected as crop conditions are exceeding expectations in several of the key wheat states.  ...

8/7/2014 July Coolness Breeds High Corn Yields

August 7, 2014 Cool weather during the corn pollination stage in July was a yield enhancer,  though it slowed development. The low evaporation that occurs with cooler temperatures conserves field moisture in the sensitive pollination stage.    This is a key factor for the corn ...

8/6/2014 Midwest Rainfall Outlook Revised Lower

August 6, 2014 The new rainfall forecast is less wet in the Northern Midwest than previously expected,  though a majority of farms would still receive a soaking rain.  How dry is it?   See the observed 3-weekly rainfall map as percent of normal.  The rainfall deficit is 1....

8/6/2014 Weakening El Niño Signal Brings Sharp Changes in Weather

August 6, 2014 Weather conditions have suddenly reversed in widely separated areas of the world from sudden weakening of the El Niño effect.  Sea surface temperatures have sharply cooled over the past 30 days in the equatorial Pacific Ocean.  This indicates a rapid weakening ...

8/5/2014 Coolness Preserves Favorable Corn Conditions, Retards Development

August 5, 2014 Exceptionally cool Midwest weather increases yield potential in corn, but slows development.   Temperatures last week were much cooler than average in the Midwest, 4-6 F below normal.  With strong cooling,  soil moisture was conserved from reduced evaporation. &n...

8/4/2014 Midwest Corn and Soybeans Need Rain, Wet Forecast Welcome

August 4, 2014 Corn and soybeans have succumbed to moisture stress in early August needing a soaking rain for improvement.  Heavy rain is predicted this week in the Midwest with a sudden change in the weather pattern. Surplus soil moisture in early July has given way to dry ground in August i...

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