Archived Weather and Crop Reports

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3/3/2015 India Wheat Area

3/2/2015 Brazil Second Crop Corn Production

3/2/2015 South Africa Corn Area

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 in Spain and western France with warm winter temperatures.  Less robust growth is revealed in...

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 month, said to be 20% complete as of February 19.    Soybean quality is also in jeopardy ac...

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 is the second largest winter wheat state and also the driest.  Producers reported...

2/12/2015 Sharply Colder Temperatures in Heartland, Emerging Drought in Mid South

February 12, 2015 Winter weather in the US heartland has been volatile with fluctuating temperatures and variable precipitation. A cold wave was underway this morning as a polar air mass descends into the United States.    Early morning temperatures in Saskatchewan and Manitoba rang...

2/11/2015 Heavy Midwinter Precipitation Boosts Russia Wheat Outlook

February 11, 2015 Stormy winter weather in Russia produced welcome heavy precipitation, boosting the winter wheat outlook.   Planting conditions for wheat last fall were extremely dry, delaying planting and slowing germination and wheat growth.   Less than half of normal rainfall occurre...

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 the past 30 days, despite generous rainfall last week.  Rainfall was above average last week in ...

2/6/2015 Warm Temperatures and Dryness Stressing Hard Red Winter Wheat

February 6, 2015 Midwinter drought and warm temperatures are stressing hard red red winter wheat.     Jim Shroyer retired agronomist from Kansas State University is worried about the unseasonable warmth.  Temperatures have been above average for 3 consecutive weeks, now exce...

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