Agriculture.comWarm, Dry Week May Stress Northern US Plains Spring WheatAgriculture.com"It's dry for the next 10 days, for the most part," David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group, said on Friday. "The complicating factor is a fair amount of heat starting to happen up there as well. That's going to compound the ...and more »
Warm, dry week may stress northern US Plains spring wheatTimes of India"It's dry for the next 10 days, for the most part," David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group, said on Friday. "The complicating factor is a fair amount of heat starting to happen up there as well. That's going to compound the ...and more »
Agriculture.comWheat Futures Little Changed Overnight; Ethanol Production Back Up as USGC Touts BiofuelAgriculture.comIn Canada, however, spring wheat planting may be delayed due to inclement weather, according to Commodity Weather Group. Wheat futures for July delivery fell ½ cent to $4.28 ½ a bushel overnight on the Chicago Board of Trade. Kansas City wheat added ...
BloombergWhy Rains and Flooding Are Plaguing AmericaBloombergThat weather pattern was also behind a mild U.S. winter, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. Winter ranked as the sixth warmest going back to 1895, according to the National Centers for Environmental ...and more »
Corn, Soybeans Rise on Wet Weather; Ethanol Production Down First Week in ThreeAgriculture.comCorn and soybeans were higher in overnight trading as another round of wet weather hits the Midwest. Rains are forecast to be heavy in the next five days with 2 to 4 inches falling in parts of Ohio with the southern and eastern Midwest also expected to ...
Traders Considering Seasonal Decline; June Called 3 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"The only part of the country seeing more stable and sometimes stronger heat over the next two weeks is the Pacific Northwest," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a morning note to clients. "Other areas experience some warmer to ...
NasdaqSoggy forecast worries Canadian farmers in race to sow cropsNasdaqThe rain will slow planting, but dry weather is likely to follow for more than a week, said Joel Widenor, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. "It will put a dent into progress, but with that drydown after, I would expect to see at least some ...and more »
Washington PostForecasters agree: This summer to be 'substantially cooler' than last summer in DCWashington PostCommodity Weather Group. The Commodity Weather Group, a private firm based in Bethesda, Md., also predicts the summer to be about one degree warmer than normal in Washington. But Matt Rogers, its president and a contributor to the Capital Weather ...and more »
KSNT NewsCorn, Soybean Futures Bounce on Excess RainFox BusinessBut rain this weekend interrupted fieldwork, and the Commodity Weather Group says it will continue to do so in some parts of the southern Midwest and northern Delta for the next two weeks. Analysts expect the USDA to show a slight decline of wheat crop ...GRAINS-US corn, soybeans rise after rains; wheat weakensDaily MailFears of US replant 'of historical proportions' lift grainsAgrimoney.comall 32 news articles »
GRAINS-US corn, soy, wheat rise after rainsDaily MailForecasts called for unfavorably wet weather in the central Plains hard red wheat zone in the next two weeks, but more limited rain prospects in the southern Plains could help harvesting, the Commodity Weather Group said in a daily note. CBOT July soft ...and more »
2017 Atlantic hurricane season forecastsTimes of India... Systems 13 6 3 20-Apr Commodity Weather Group 10 4 2 20-Apr Rockwell Collins' Wilkens Weather 12 5 2 20-Apr North Carolina State University 11 to 15 4 to 6 1 to 3 18-Apr AccuWeather 10 5 3 7-Apr Colorado State University 11 4 2 6-Apr Tropical Storm ...and more »
US corn, wheat at 2-week highs, soy also firm on rain risksTimes of IndiaForecasts called for unfavourably wet weather in the central Plains hard red wheat zone in the next 2 weeks but more limited rain prospects in the southern Plains could help harvesting, the Commodity Weather Group said in a daily note. The weaker ...and more »
Fears of US replant 'of historical proportions' lift grainsAgrimoney.comThe weekend certainly did not provide much relief, with Commodity Weather Group talking of "widespread" showers, bringing heaviest amounts of rainfall, of up to 3 inches, to eastern Nebraska, western Iowa, eastern Missouri, central and southern ...and more »
Another Bullish Storage Report Surprise? June Called 3 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence"We are still tracking two very hot days on the East Coast [Thursday] and [Friday], with temperatures increased slightly today, especially toward the Northeast," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a morning report to clients.
Rain May Delay Planting in Midwest After Frantic Week in the FieldsAgriculture.comRain has already fallen this week in parts of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin after a “productive week of planting,” Commodity Weather Group said in a report. Precipitation will be “significant” in parts of the ...
Pork MagazineSoybeans at 1-week high on export boost, wheat also firmTimes of India"Midwest rains still active, slowing late soy seeding in the south," the Commodity Weather Group said in a daily update. CBOT corn added 0.2 percent to $3.68-1/2 a bushel, while wheat was up 0.5 percent at $4.26-1/2 a bushel. Corn remained capped by ...Cotton futures 'on fire', hitting fresh high. But wheat dipsAgrimoney.comall 91 news articles »
Agriculture.com1. Soybeans, Grains Higher as More Wet Weather Moves Into MidwestAgriculture.com... of the northwestern third of the Midwest are expected to delay planting in some areas, while precipitation is expected next week in much of the southern Midwest and Delta areas, all of which could slow planting, according to Commodity Weather Group.and more »
LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the DayFox BusinessFarmers in large parts of the Midwest made the most of clear skies to work overtime in recent days, while the Commodity Weather Group says dry conditions are expected to continue for much of this week. Soybean planting advanced to 32% from 14% last ...and more »
GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the DayFox BusinessFarmers in large parts of the Midwest made the most of clear skies to work overtime in recent days, while the Commodity Weather Group says dry conditions are expected to continue for much of this week. Soybean planting advanced to 32% from 14% last ...and more »
Cotton futures 'on fire', hitting fresh high. But wheat dipsAgrimoney.comThat is, did the 7.4% surge in July cotton futures in the last two sessions set the market up for a mighty reversal? And it could be mighty indeed, given that the fibre's limit-up close to the last session has led to an expansion of limits for this one ...