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Vince Bryan 22h
What a difference a month makes! Parts of the Ohio Valley that received 7+" of rain through the first 2/3 of June have picked up less than 1.5" in July so far. Northern Plains have also flipped, going from less than an inch thru June 20 to parts with 5+" in July
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Corn Warriors TV Jul 20
Harvest has started for Corn Warriors 2018 winner, Randy Dowdy in South Georgia. brandt_co
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Kelly Canuck🍁 Jul 19
Everyone in Eastern Canada today 🇨🇦
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Allen Motew Jul 19
: Hows this....A week from expected max temp anomaly, and then 45 days later average first frost for northern regions....early frost less than 45 days?
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Chuck_Penner Jul 18
I guess the rain came too late to help winter cereals much.
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Allen Motew Jul 14
: The best of the worst (IA) may see with little/no precip rest of month. N of there MNs tough areas to see more sig rainfall. SE states modeled with the wettest rest of month?. Another tropical in 10 days? What a quirky growing season. Corn Belt stunted/not planted?
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Rick Willemse Jul 13
Was up flying last night and this morning. Night pic is west of Parkhill looking east. Morning pic is 1 mile east of Arkona looking south from 5000 ft.
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Jordan Wallace Jul 9
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Farm Futures Jul 11
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Chuck_Penner Jul 11
Durum exports now 700,000 tonnes ahead of last year. Very bearish!😜
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Ed Vallee | Empire Weather LLC Jul 8
Precipitation versus normal so far this month yields a building deficit in portions of the Ag Belt. The (big) exception to this rule is parts of SD, MN, and NE where rains have been relentless!
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Allen Motew Jul 7
: Canadian Prairie. July 3 composite. Sub-par for many.
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Allen Motew Jul 7
: Corn Belt not looking so great as of a few days ago. July 3. Late or no plant? What a season!
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John Werries Jul 6
First day of fungicide on corn. Chris Bull Heli Team. These guys have got it together.
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Chuck_Penner Jul 3
So far, no discernible price response but I'm optimistic down the road. Difficulty is knowing what the inclusion rate is and what it will do for pea demand. via
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Karen Braun Jul 3
Bloomberg reports that is considering buying some U.S. farm products to show goodwill. , , and are being considered, according to the sources, but the volumes will be smaller than during the last truce.
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Arlan Suderman Jul 2
Yesterday's data showed that roughly 1 in 8 acres in the eastern Midwest had not yet emerged at the end of June.
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Allen Motew Jul 2
: A July to remember. Here is 1/2 of it. Tuesday 16 day outlook.
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Karen Braun Jul 1
Trump on : ▪️Trade talks are already underway by phone ▪️Deal would need to be tilted in USA's favor ▪️He expects President Xi will move on some of the issues that are in dispute
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WEATHER/ METEO WORLD Jun 30
WOW!!! Extraordinary accumulations in Guadalajara, this morning 30th of June.... Video by 📸 Mike Colima IG
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