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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - May 19

19 May 2018 6:45 am
 
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
 
West: Dry conditions. Temperatures above to much above normal. 
 
East: Scattered light showers in the south. Temperatures above normal. 
 
Midwest corn, soybeans and winter wheat forecasts 
 
West: Dry conditions or just a few light showers Friday. Episodes of scattered 
showers and thunderstorms Saturday-Sunday. Some moderate to heavy totals are 
expected. Dry conditions or just a few light showers Monday. Episodes of 
scattered showers Tuesday-Thursday. Light to moderate amounts are expected. 
Temperatures above normal Friday, variable Saturday, below normal Sunday, near 
to above normal Monday, above normal Tuesday-Thursday. 
 
East: Daily episodes of scattered showers and thunderstorms during the next 7 
days. Rainfall totals during the next 3 days will be light to moderate with 
locally heavier. Temperatures near to above normal. 
 
6 to 10 day outlook: Temperatures near to above normal. Rainfall near to above 
normal. 
 
WORLD SOYBEAN PROSPECTS 
 
    No major concerns with planting in the Midwest as progress is ahead of 
normal in the east and rapidly increasing in the west. Favorable soil moisture 
and temperatures for developing crops. 
    Above normal temperatures and below normal rainfall depletes soil moisture 
for planting and developing soybeans in the Delta states. 
    Favorable weather for early soybean planting in the northern Plains. More 
rain would benefit in North Dakota. Some is occurring at this time. 
    Dry weather favors the harvest in central Argentina. 
    Mostly favorable conditions in China's key soybean growing regions in the 
northeast for fieldwork and planting. However, a drying trend and continued 
above normal temperatures needs to be watched. Key growing areas of 
Heilongjiang had good rains during April, so in this area soil moisture should 
favor early development. 
    Planting of India's soybean crop begins during June and is timed to take 
advantage of the start of the start of the rainy season. Most of India's 
soybean crop is grown between west and central Madhya Pradesh and northeast 
Maharashtra. 
 
 
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May 19, 2018 02:45 ET (06:45 GMT)
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