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Brazil Soybeans Weather - Jun 27

27 Jun 2017 6:30 am
 
BRAZIL SOYBEANS AND GRAINS 
 
Rio Grande do Sul and Parana... 
 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures above normal. 
 
Forecast... 
 
    Dry weather through Wednesday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers 
Thursday-Friday. Temperatures above normal through Thursday, variable Friday. 
 
Mato Grosso, MGDS and southern Goias... 
 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures near to above normal. 
 
Forecast... 
 
    Dry weather during the next 5 days. Temperatures near to above normal. 
 
WORLD SOYBEAN PROSPECTS 
 
    Generally favorable conditions for developing soybeans in the Midwest with 
adequate moisture and no significant hot weather expected during the next 7 
days. 
    More rain would benefit developing soybeans in the northern Plains. Some 
beneficial rainfall is possible this week. The lack of any hot weather will 
limit crop stress. 
    Favorable weather for developing soybeans in the Delta states. 
    Showers through key growing areas of northeast China during the weekend 
period will favor development of recently planted soybeans but more rain is 
needed. Hot, dry weather is expected in the area through the mid-week period. 
Showers and more seasonal temperatures may return at the end of the week. 
    Planting of India's soybean crop would normally begin later in June as the 
Monsoon rainy season reaches into the area. Dryness and above normal 
temperatures is likely been delaying the start of the planting season. The 
outlook for this week is more favorable in terms of more rain and cooler 
temperatures. 
 
 
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