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Market eyes harvest delays

Agriculture.com Staff 09/15/2006 @ 8:18am

OMAHA (Dow Jones)--Midwest harvest delays coming this weekend, due to showers and cool temperatures; very little frost damage for corn and soybean crops; the continuation of dry weather in Brazil's highest-production soybean areas and Australia's wheat regions; and late-season crop weather concern in India due to a quirky monsoon rainfall pattern are the main weather items for the commodity trade's attention Friday.

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OMAHA (Dow Jones)--Midwest harvest delays coming this weekend, due to showers and cool temperatures; very little frost damage for corn and soybean crops; the continuation of dry weather in Brazil's highest-production soybean areas and Australia's wheat regions; and late-season crop weather concern in India due to a quirky monsoon rainfall pattern are the main weather items for the commodity trade's attention Friday.

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