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U.S. Midwest SRW Wheat Weather - Jun 8

8 Jun 2017 5:25 am
 
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
 
West: Dry conditions or just a few light showers. Temperatures above to much 
above normal. 
 
East: Dry conditions or just a few light showers. Temperatures near to below 
normal. 
 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
 
West: Dry conditions or just a few light showers Wednesday-Friday. Dry weather 
Saturday-Monday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers Tuesday. 
Temperatures mostly above normal. 
 
East: Dry conditions or just a few light showers through Friday. Dry weather 
Saturday-Monday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers Monday. 
Temperatures near to below normal through Friday, above normal 
Saturday-Tuesday. 
 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures near to above normal. Rainfall near to above 
normal. 
 
WORLD WHEAT PROSPECTS 
 
    Less rainfall will benefit maturing wheat and the increasing harvest in the 
south. 
    Drier weather benefits maturing wheat and the early harvest in the 
southeast Midwest. The harvest is ongoing in the Delta states. 
    More rain would benefit developing spring wheat in the northern Plains. 
    Winter wheat in west and central Europe is reported to be in fair to good 
condition at this time. Reports suggest that winter wheat is in filling to 
maturing growth stages in Europe. West Europe wheat areas are under a variable 
temperature pattern at this time. Wheat in east Europe is reported to be in 
good to excellent condition at this time. 
    Recent rainfall through Ukraine will help maintain or improve prospects for 
winter wheat in reproductive to filling growth stages at this time. Warmer 
weather will, at times, favor development. However, period of cooler 
temperatures are also possible. Dryness remains of some concern in 
north-central Ukraine. 
   Mostly favorable conditions for winter wheat through east-central China at 
this time. Wheat is likely filling to maturing at this time. A brief hot spell 
late in May and very early in June is not that concerning. Periods of rain may 
delay the harvest. 
   Wheat planting in Australia normally takes place during May and June. 
Rainfall has recently improved soil moisture key growing areas. Dryness remains 
a concern in parts of the west and in the northeast growing areas. Little 
rainfall is likely in any wheat areas during this week. 
 
 
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