Cropcast Thursday: Midwest is wetter Saturday

Commentary, Grains, Softs

Morning Headlines:

 

-Midwest is wetter Saturday. Snow and colder temperatures by the weekend will slow wheat growth in most areas. Recent showers improved moisture for wheat, especially in southwestern areas. The 6-10 day outlook is wetter in west central areas. Temperatures are warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is drier in central and western areas. Temperatures are cooler in central and eastern areas.

-Plains are drier in eastern areas in the 11-15 day period. Colder temperatures this weekend will continue to push wheat into dormancy. The 6-10 day outlook is warmer in southeastern areas. The 11-15 day outlook is drier in eastern areas. Temperatures are unchanged.

-Florida is drier in the 6-10 day period. Showers through the weekend will slow harvesting but will improve moisture for new citrus growth. The 6-10 day outlook is drier. Temperatures are unchanged. The 11-15 day outlook is wetter. Temperatures are unchanged.

-Delta is drier Saturday. Recent rains significantly improved moisture for wheat. The 6-10 day outlook is warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is drier. Temperatures are cooler.

-No changes in Argentina. Showers in north central and northeastern areas over the next few days should continue to improve moisture for corn and soybeans. The 6-10 day outlook is wetter in northern areas.

-No changes for Brazil. Rains in northeastern areas should continue to replenish moisture for corn and soybeans. Meanwhile, wetness will build across Parana. The 6-10 day outlook is drier in east central areas.

-No changes for Europe. Showers in central and northeastern France and western Germany will improve moisture, but some dryness will continue in southern France and northwestern Italy.

-No changes for FSU. Showers should remain active across much of the region through early next week, which will further ease dryness. However, wheat continues to push into dormancy.

-No changes for China. Showers in southwestern Yangtze Valley will continue to rebuild moisture for rapeseed, but some wetness will likely build further in southeastern Yangtze Valley.

-No changes for South Africa. Rains should continue to improve moisture for corn, especially in central and northwestern areas. However, the rains will not likely end dryness completely, especially in southern areas.

-No changes for Australia. Limited rains in the wheat belt through early next week will allow wheat maturation to improve again.


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