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Weather Outlook Favorable for Corn Pollination - Agriculture.com

Fri, 07/13/2018 - 5:02pm
Agriculture.comWeather Outlook Favorable for Corn PollinationAgriculture.comDavid Streit of Commodity Weather group explains, “The main heat is going to be over the next two days. We will see 90's across the Midwest, although the Dakotas will likely stay in the 80's.” Low temperatures will stay up in the 70's through the ...

Drought may spoil India's party - Western Producer

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 5:59pm
Western ProducerDrought may spoil India's partyWestern ProducerDavid Streit, meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group, said June has been a disappointment and it doesn't look much better for the remainder of the monsoon season. His weather models are showing below normal rainfall in July, near normal in August ...

US Gas Declines on Outlook for a Break From 'Ridiculous Heat' - Bloomberg

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 9:45am
BloombergUS Gas Declines on Outlook for a Break From 'Ridiculous Heat'BloombergAbove-normal temperatures in U.S. East over next five days will break, giving way to seasonal to slightly higher readings across most of region July 17-26: Commodity Weather Group. Atlanta's high reading may peak at 86 degrees F (30 C), 3 below normal, ...

US Gas Declines on Outlook for a Break From 'Ridiculous Heat' - Bloomberg

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 9:45am
BloombergUS Gas Declines on Outlook for a Break From 'Ridiculous Heat'BloombergAbove-normal temperatures in U.S. East over next five days will break, giving way to seasonal to slightly higher readings across most of region July 17-26: Commodity Weather Group. Atlanta's high reading may peak at 86 degrees F (30 C), 3 below normal, ...

CBOT Trends - Wheat down 4-6 cts, corn down 2-3 cts, soy down 11-13 - Agriculture.com

Wed, 07/11/2018 - 9:48am
KTICCBOT Trends - Wheat down 4-6 cts, corn down 2-3 cts, soy down 11-13Agriculture.comCommodity Weather Group said in a client note. * CBOT July corn deliveries totaled 249 contracts. * CBOT September corn traded down 2-1/2 cents at $3.45-1/4 a bushel, after hitting a lifetime low of $3.43. SOYBEANS - Down 11 cents to 13 cents per bushel.Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gainsAgrimoney.comall 69 news articles »

Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gains - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/09/2018 - 5:56am
Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gainsAgrimoney.comThis despite some apparent change in the benign US weather pattern, with Commodity Weather Group forecasting “early-week heat” in the US Midwest which will “stress earlier-pollinating corn, mainly in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri”. WxRisk.com said that ...and more »

Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gains - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/09/2018 - 5:56am
Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gainsAgrimoney.comThis despite some apparent change in the benign US weather pattern, with Commodity Weather Group forecasting “early-week heat” in the US Midwest which will “stress earlier-pollinating corn, mainly in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri”. WxRisk.com said that ...

Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gains - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/09/2018 - 5:09am
Morning markets: Grains retreat, as new market uncertainties loom. But cotton gainsAgrimoney.comThis despite some apparent change in the benign US weather pattern, with Commodity Weather Group forecasting “early-week heat” in the US Midwest which will “stress earlier-pollinating corn, mainly in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri”. Still, it will be ...

Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worries - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/02/2018 - 5:31am
Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worriesAgrimoney.comThis when weather worries are besetting parts of the former Soviet Union too, where “Russia dryness is likely to continue for much of July, cutting corn/sunflower yields, and heat is likely to rebuild at times”, said Commodity Weather Group. Still ...and more »

Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worries - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/02/2018 - 4:51am
Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worriesAgrimoney.comThis when weather worries are besetting parts of the former Soviet Union too, where “Russia dryness is likely to continue for much of July, cutting corn/sunflower yields, and heat is likely to rebuild at times”, said Commodity Weather Group. Still ...and more »

Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worries - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/02/2018 - 4:51am
Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worriesAgrimoney.comThis when weather worries are besetting parts of the former Soviet Union too, where “Russia dryness is likely to continue for much of July, cutting corn/sunflower yields, and heat is likely to rebuild at times”, said Commodity Weather Group. Still ...and more »

Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worries - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 07/02/2018 - 4:51am
Morning markets: Grains trade cautiously into July, with eye on EU crop worriesAgrimoney.comThis when weather worries are besetting parts of the former Soviet Union too, where “Russia dryness is likely to continue for much of July, cutting corn/sunflower yields, and heat is likely to rebuild at times”, said Commodity Weather Group. Still ...

Recent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat wave - Business Insider

Sat, 06/30/2018 - 4:58pm
Business InsiderRecent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat waveBusiness InsiderCHICAGO (Reuters) - Hotter-than-normal temperatures will persist in the U.S. Midwest through the first week of July but any stress to developing corn and soybean crops should be mitigated by plentiful soil moisture from recent showers, agricultural ...

Recent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat wave - Agriculture.com

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 4:10pm
Recent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat waveAgriculture.comDavid Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said 5 percent of the U.S. corn crop was in the silking stage, part of the pollination process, as of June 24, ahead of the five-year average of 3 percent.

Recent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat wave - Reuters

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 4:03pm
ReutersRecent rains to mitigate crop stress from US Corn Belt heat waveReuters“Right now the expectation is we will start to moderate in the 11- to 15-day period, then continue to taper off to near or slightly below normal for the latter half of the month,” said David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. The ...

A long-duration heat wave is beginning in Washington when it will frequently feel as if it's 100 - Washington Post

Thu, 06/28/2018 - 12:03pm
Washington PostA long-duration heat wave is beginning in Washington when it will frequently feel as if it's 100Washington PostThe Commodity Weather Group, which averages simulations from the American, European and Canadian modeling systems, suggests highs have the potential to reach at least 90 in Washington for nine straight days between Friday, June 29, and Saturday, ...and more »

3 Big Things Today, June 27 - Agriculture.com

Wed, 06/27/2018 - 8:00am
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 27Agriculture.comAfter an exceptionally wet June in much of the northern Midwest, July is going to turn drier than normal in some areas, according to Commodity Weather Group. Precipitation next month is forecast to be below normal, or less than 75% of average, in much ...

Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price falls - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 06/25/2018 - 5:51am
Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price fallsAgrimoney.comIn fact, not only has the political climate got more unfavourable for bulls, but the weather too, a bit, with rains in the former Soviet Union where, according to Commodity Weather Group, weekend showered expanded “into the drought areas”. That said ...

Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price falls - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 06/25/2018 - 5:51am
Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price fallsAgrimoney.comIn fact, not only has the political climate got more unfavourable for bulls, but the weather too, a bit, with rains in the former Soviet Union where, according to Commodity Weather Group, weekend showered expanded “into the drought areas”. That said ...and more »

Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price falls - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 06/25/2018 - 5:14am
Morning markets: Fresh worsening in US-China relations renews grain price fallsAgrimoney.comIn fact, not only has the political climate got more unfavourable for bulls, but the weather too, a bit, with rains in the former Soviet Union where, according to Commodity Weather Group, weekend showered expanded “into the drought areas”. That said ...and more »

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