Crop-weather woes in Russia continues to underpin wheat.
Indiana farmers are finding out that sulfur is the silver bullet when it comes to uniform crops.
The May results showed the largest one-month increase in the Index of Future Expectations since January 2017.
For the first time this season, the USDA rated the crop condition for soybeans and pegged it at 75% good/excellent.
Investors wait and watch weather forecasts that could impact crop growth.
Fiscal year 2018 U.S. exports forecast is expected to reach $139.5 billion; imports at $118.5 billion, according to the USDA’s Report Thursday.
For the first time this year, the USDA released a good/excellent rating for the corn crop. No surprises in the number.
Corn and wheat prices are edging higher, with the U.S. dollar diverging.
Topsoil moisture to get the crop up was adequate, but subsoil moisture is dry.
Corn emergence is over the halfway point.