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China Winter Wheat Weather - Oct 15

15 Oct 2017 10:10 pm
Central China (North China Plain (NCP), Yangtze river valley (YRV)) 
Highlights: Showers and some light rain mainly in southern areas during the 
weekend period. Little elsewhere in the region. Temperatures near to above 
 Days 1-3: Scattered light showers with locally heavier Monday into Tuesday. 
Mainly dry Wednesday. Temperatures average above normal Monday before turning 
cooler again Tuesday or Wednesday. 
 Days 4-5: Mostly dry or with only a few light showers during this period. 
Temperatures turn warmer again during this time. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for developing winter wheat in the southern 
plains. Planting progress is running behind normal. Favorable planting weather 
this week. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for developing wheat in central Argentina. 
    Mostly favorable conditions for final harvest effort of spring wheat in 
Russia and northern Kazakh. 
    Prior rains favor development of recently planted winter wheat in western 
Ukraine. Recent rain will improve prospects for wheat through central and south 
Ukraine and a portion of eastern Ukraine. More widespread rain is needed in 
eastern Ukraine and south Russia to ensure favorable moisture for development 
of wheat prior to dormancy. 
    Mainly favorable conditions for planting winter wheat and development 
through western Europe at this time. Prior rains have slowed planting progress 
in the east while greatly improving soil moisture following drier and hotter 
late summer weather. 
    Recent showers in Western Australia wheat areas will favor the filling 
crops while reproductive to filling wheat in the southeast could use more rain. 
Prior dry and hot weather continued to stress filling wheat in southern 
Queensland and northern New South Wales...likely reducing yield prospects. Rain 
since the 1st of October is probably too late to improve prospects much for 
this portion of the crop but should stabilize yield prospects. 
    No significant concerns for the wheat harvest in the Canadian Prairies. 
Harvest progress is running ahead of normal and is nearing completion in much 
of the area. 
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