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At least half of Illinois' winter wheat crop was "damaged substantially" by cold temperatures during the weekend, says Emerson Nafziger, a professor of agronomic extension at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Easter weekend temperatures dangerously low for the developing winter wheat crop hit much of the nation's midsection, with anecdotal reports of temps as low as 10 degrees in parts of western Nebraska. But, growers may want to hesitate before definitively a
Entomologists warn farmers not to cut corners when it comes to Bt corn
Missouri's wheat crop is suffering "unprecedented weather conditions" and a significant portion may not survive the weekend’s cold temperatures, according to University of Missouri (MU) scientists.
After recapturing part of a $1.00 loss over the last week on the nearby CBOT corn futures contract, analysts see a lot of reasons for bullish optimism in April.
This recent corn price break benefits end users. The supply and
demand picture for 2007-08 suggests smaller end stocks vs 2006-07 levels and
volatility is expected to remain on high alert.
Delayed spring planting isn't the only issue cropping up with recent freezing temperatures in the central U.S. and Corn Belt. This year's winter wheat crop -- much of which is developing ahead of the typical pace -- could fall victim to early April freezin
Analysts see U.S. corn ending stocks for the 2006-07 marketing year increasing. USDA will release the data on Tuesday.