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5/11/2016 Heavy Midwest Rainfall Slowing Corn Progress, Field Moisture Increasing

May 11, 2016 Planting of corn is bogging down from heavy rainfall and much colder temperatures. US corn planting was 64% complete as of May 8th ahead of the 50% average pace.  Some 27% of seeds had already sprouted and emerged, ahead of normal.   United States soybean planting was 2...

4/22/2016 Argentina’s Soybean Prospects Dented by April Flood

April 21, 2016 Argentina's soybeans were swamped by a flood damaging crop prospects, if not in quantity then quality. The USDA predicts that Argentina may grow 59 million metric tons of soybeans this season, the April 1st report.  This would be the second largest soybean harvest in history be...

4/19/2016 Dry Finish to Brazil Winter Corn Season May Shrink Yields

April 19, 2016 The past month has been exceptionally dry in the Brazil tropics threatening winter corn yields.    The mild climate allows for 2 corn harvests –summer corn followed by a winter corn harvest.  Two corn crops are possible because of the warm climate year-round.&nb...

4/18/2016 Drenching Rain in Great Plains Boosts Wheat, Strong Midwest Warming

April 18, 2016 Summer-like warmth and showers dominated the US heartland last week improving prospects for wheat. Powerful thunderstorms erupted in the Great Plains.  Rainfall ranged from 2.5 to 4 inches in Kansas and Oklahoma, the 2 leading winter wheat states.   Texas panhandle wh...

4/14/2016 Early Planting Season for Canadian Wheat, Prairie Dryness a Concern

April 14, 2016 The Canadian prairies have received just modest precipitation to start out the 2016 wheat growing season. The planting season will likely start early across most of Western Canada this year, thanks to an early spring melt and an extremely mild winter that delivered average or below ...

4/13/2016 Ideal Weather Advancing Midwest Corn Planting, Great Plains Expecting Rain

April 13, 2016 Warmth and dryness is predicted in the Midwest, where corn planting has begun, while wheat producers are hoping for a drenching rain. Midwest farmers started planting corn last week with 4% in the ground as of April 10th.  Most corn farms received ample rainfall ahead of time p...

4/11/2016 Heavy Rain Likely in Great Plains, Midwest Forecast Drier

April 11, 2016 Prolonged drought in the Great Plains may finally be coming to an end.  Heavy soaking rain, 1.5 to 4 inches, is projected in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.  Conditions have been dry for several weeks in the central Great Plains so a soaking rain would be very welcome.  ...

4/9/2016 Widespread Heavy Rain in Russia May Lift Wheat Prospects

April 7, 2016 A wet spring is unfolding in Russia, likely improving wheat potential. Heavy soaking rainfall likely flooded wheat farms in the Russia Chernozem, also called the Black Earth District northwest of Ukraine.   Up to 2-3 times the normal rainfall has developed in March.  T...

3/31/2016 Wet Summer Stirs Controversy on Argentina Crop Yields

March 30, 2016 Argentina is expected to harvest record volumes of corn and soybeans following a very wet summer growing season.  Yield estimates have been raised in both crops, based on projections from local farm agencies.   The Ministry of Agriculture now predicts 37 million metri...

3/29/2016 Canada Prairie Weather and Wheat Planting

March 29, 2016 Unseasonably mild weather has dominated the Canadian prairies, perhaps encouraging early wheat planting.   Hard red spring wheat is the main crop produced in the prairies, though canola and barley are also heavily produced along with rye and oats. Temperatures these past s...

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