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U.S. Southern Plains HRW Wheat Weather - Sep 14

14 Sep 2017 5:05 am
 
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock highlights... 
 
 Mostly dry during the past 24 hours. Temperatures averaged near to above 
normal yesterday. 
 
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock forecast 
 
   Mostly dry today through Friday. Temperatures average above to well above 
normal. 
   A few light showers with locally heavier may occur in the region Saturday 
and Sunday. These may favor central and northeast locations. Dry or with only 
isolated activity during Monday. Temperatures average above to near normal 
north and above normal south Saturday and Sunday, above normal Monday. 
 
6-10 Day Outlook: Temperatures are expected to average near to above normal 
during this period. Rainfall should average near to below normal, although 
there is at least some chance for shower activity to increase in the region 
during this period. 
 
WORLD WHEAT PROSPECTS 
 
    Soil moisture through key winter wheat areas of the central plains 
continues to diminish. Favorable conditions for planting but rain will be 
needed to ensure favorable development prior to winter dormancy. 
    Major losses to spring wheat due to hot/dry weather in July in the 
Prairies. Mostly favorable weather for the harvest. 
    The spring wheat harvest is nearing completion in the northern Plains. 
    Favorable conditions for developing wheat in central Argentina. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for late filling spring wheat in northern 
Kazakhstan and central Russia. Recent hot, dry weather favored the maturing 
crop. Cooler weather at this time may be somewhat unfavorable for maturing 
wheat. 
    Mostly favorable soil moisture for vegetative to reproductive wheat in West 
and vegetative wheat in southeast Australia at this time. However, more rain 
would still benefit these crop areas after very dry weather earlier in the 
season. Dryness continues to stress wheat grown in northern NSW and southern 
Queensland. Wheat in reproductive growth stages is likely being hurt at this 
time. Rain is needed to stabilize crop prospects for the area. 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

September 14, 2017 01:05 ET (05:05 GMT)
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