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Physical NatGas Slumps, But October Futures Expire On A Firm Note - Natural Gas Intelligence

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 5:58pm
Physical NatGas Slumps, But October Futures Expire On A Firm NoteNatural Gas Intelligence"Warmer trends continue for the first half of October with additional warmer changes today for the Midwest, East, and South in the six- to 10-day range while the West drifts a bit cooler yet," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a ...and more »

Physical NatGas Slumps, But October Futures Expire On A Firm Note - Natural Gas Intelligence

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 5:58pm
Physical NatGas Slumps, But October Futures Expire On A Firm NoteNatural Gas Intelligence"Warmer trends continue for the first half of October with additional warmer changes today for the Midwest, East, and South in the six- to 10-day range while the West drifts a bit cooler yet," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a ...and more »

Dry Weather on the Way Gives Farmers Chance to Catch Up on Harvest - Agriculture.com

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 10:01am
Agriculture.comDry Weather on the Way Gives Farmers Chance to Catch Up on HarvestAgriculture.comCommodity Weather Group (CWG) said the only rain it sees in the forecast is in the northwestern quadrant of the Corn Belt, and that may fall early next week. Along with favorable harvest weather for corn and soybean harvest, precipitation will be ...

Short Covering Expected To Lift Expiring October Contract - Natural Gas Intelligence

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 9:01am
Short Covering Expected To Lift Expiring October ContractNatural Gas Intelligence"Warmer trends continue for the first half of October with additional warmer changes today for the Midwest, East, and South in the six- to 10-day range while the West drifts a bit cooler yet," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a ...and more »

Summer-like Heat Ripens US Crops, Eases Fears of Harvest Delay - CattleNetwork.com

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 10:37am
CattleNetwork.comSummer-like Heat Ripens US Crops, Eases Fears of Harvest DelayCattleNetwork.comTemperatures are expected to remain above normal for about another week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western Corn Belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of ...and more »

Soybean Futures Fall on Brazilian Rain - Fox Business

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 1:39am
Manitoba Co-operatorSoybean Futures Fall on Brazilian RainFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group said on Monday that the rain would pass into Brazil's northern growing regions, allowing farmers to speed up their soybean and corn planting. "Last year's rapid planting in Brazil was credited for the huge soybean yields ...AM markets: Sydney, Russia wheat prices rise. US values fallAgrimoney.comall 27 news articles »

Summer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delay - Reuters

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 9:01pm
ReutersSummer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delayReutersTemperatures are expected to remain above normal for about another week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western Corn Belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of ...and more »

Summer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delay - STLtoday.com

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 4:56pm
STLtoday.comSummer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delaySTLtoday.comTemperatures are expected to remain above normal for about another week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western Corn Belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of ...and more »

Summer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delay - Reuters

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 2:01pm
ReutersSummer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delayReutersTemperatures are expected to remain above normal for about another week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western Corn Belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of ...and more »

Summer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delay - Reuters

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 2:01pm
ReutersSummer-like heat ripens US crops, eases fears of harvest delayReutersTemperatures are expected to remain above normal for about another week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western Corn Belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of ...and more »

AM markets: Sydney, Russia wheat prices rise. US values fall - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 4:09am
AM markets: Sydney, Russia wheat prices rise. US values fallAgrimoney.comIdeas of the weather outlook are mixed, with Commodity Weather Group saying that the forecast for six-to-10 day timescale has turned "wetter" in Brazil's Centre South. However, at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Tobin Gorey said that "weather ...and more »

Stout Storage Build On Tap; October Seen 2 Cents Lower - Natural Gas Intelligence

Thu, 09/21/2017 - 8:58am
Stout Storage Build On Tap; October Seen 2 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence... impact driver for the balance of this week and marginally so into the first half of next week thanks to impressively warm conditions for the Midwest to East with continued heat in the South as well," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather ...

Traders Looking For Spot To Sell; October Called Flat - Natural Gas Intelligence

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 9:04am
Traders Looking For Spot To Sell; October Called FlatNatural Gas Intelligence... and European ensemble have both gained a small handful of cooling degree days to boost the overall demand estimate further for the final part of September ahead," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients.

Irma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produce - Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 1:33am
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)Irma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produceBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, photo provided by the Governor's Press Office, Gov. Rick Scott looks out the window of a C-130 as he assesses damage to the Florida Keys during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma delivered a serious ...and more »

AM markets: three weather worries for ag markets - Agrimoney.com

Mon, 09/18/2017 - 5:10am
AM markets: three weather worries for ag marketsAgrimoney.comNot that it is by any means certain that Maria will go on to reach the US, although Commodity Weather Group cautioned that the hurricane "needs to be watched for a potential South East threat late in the six-to-10 day outlook", suggesting a further ...and more »

Irma drubs Florida's orange crop - Arkansas Online

Sun, 09/17/2017 - 3:35am
Arkansas OnlineIrma drubs Florida's orange cropArkansas OnlineJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.and more »

Citrus, Other Crops Devastated by Irma - Valley News

Sun, 09/17/2017 - 12:38am
Valley NewsCitrus, Other Crops Devastated by IrmaValley NewsJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.and more »

Soybean Futures Drop Despite Above-Expectation Crush Rate - Fox Business

Fri, 09/15/2017 - 4:10pm
Soybean Futures Drop Despite Above-Expectation Crush RateFox BusinessBrazilian corn and soybean planting will be delayed by dryness for the next three weeks, said Commodity Weather Group, while rain in Argentina will slow corn seeding and leave wheat too wet. Write to Benjamin Parkin at benjamin.parkin@wsj.com.and more »

Irma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produce - WLS-TV

Thu, 09/14/2017 - 5:19pm
CNBCIrma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produceWLS-TVJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.Grower group says Irma caused 50 to 70 percent citrus loss in portions of South FloridaCNBCIrma Leaves Behind Major Crop Damage For Florida FarmersHiTechFactsall 83 news articles »

Grower group says Irma caused 50 to 70 percent citrus loss in portions of South Florida - CNBC

Wed, 09/13/2017 - 7:08pm
CNBCGrower group says Irma caused 50 to 70 percent citrus loss in portions of South FloridaCNBCOn Monday, CNBC was told preliminary assessment of the storm showed up to 30 percent of some major crops such as grapefruit had losses, according to estimates by Joel Widenor, a meteorologist and co-founder of Commodity Weather Group.Irma's big blow to Florida's cropsCBS Newsall 33 news articles »

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