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Brazil Corn Weather - Jul 19

19 Jul 2017 6:40 am
 
BRAZIL SOYBEANS AND GRAINS 
 
Rio Grande do Sul and Parana... 
 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures variable. 
 
Forecast... 
 
 
Mato Grosso, MGDS and southern Goias... 
 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures near to below normal. 
 
Forecast... 
 
WORLD CORN PROSPECTS 
 
    Limited rainfall and above normal temperatures over central and southern 
portions of the western Midwest this week will increase stress to corn and 
soybeans, especially pollinating corn. Some crop losses can be expected. 
Northern Iowa and southern Minnesota should experience beneficial rainfall and 
more moderate temperatures. Mostly favorable weather for developing corn and 
soybeans  in the eastern Midwest this week with less rainfall over central and 
southern areas and no severe heat. 
    Limited rainfall along with episodes of above to much above normal 
temperatures stresses corn in the northern Plains. Losses to pollinating corn 
are expected. 
    Favorable weather for filling corn in the Delta states. 
    Favorable weather for harvesting corn in central Brazil. 
    Drier weather this week in central Argentina will improve conditions for 
the remaining corn harvest. 
    A variable temperature pattern with episodes of showers will favor 
reproductive corn through key growing areas of France, although hot weather 
yesterday and today may be stressful. Hot temperatures and little rainfall is 
unfavorable for reproductive to filling corn in north Italy. Recent hot weather 
had been unfavorable for reproductive corn in Hungary and the Balkan states but 
weekend showers and cool temperatures helped ease concerns somewhat. 
    Favorable soil moisture and temperatures for reproductive corn in south and 
east Ukraine and south Russia at this time. Recent rainfall in north-central 
Ukraine should help ease concerns for this portion of the crop. 
    Recent showers and a variable temperature pattern will favor corn nearing 
reproduction in northeast China but more rain is needed, especially in the 
west. 
   Central China growing areas continue to experience episodes of hot weather 
but with periods of scattered showers as well. Stress to corn increases during 
periods of hot weather. Is had been fairly hot during the past week, possibly 
impacting reproductive corn. It is not as hot early this week. 
 
 
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

July 19, 2017 02:40 ET (06:40 GMT)
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