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GRAINNET 07/18/2019 15:59
In fact, long-time UNL wheat researcher Bob Klein of North Platte said this week he cannot recall a later wheat harvest in more than 50 years of experience.
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Feed & Grain 07/18/2019 09:31
Market weighs impact of hot weather in Midwest Chicago wheat and soybean futures settled slightly lower on Wednesday as forecasts for cooler weather lifted expectations for better crop conditions after this week’s hot spell, though corn edged higher ...
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Seeking Alpha 07/18/2019 06:00
The path of least resistance for the price of wheat is a function of the weather in Europe and Russia In past WASDE reports, the USDA told markets that Russia would be the world's leading wheat exporter in 2019.
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Farm Progress 07/18/2019 03:45
Jeff Graybill, a Penn State Extension educator in Lancaster County, says in the most recent Crop Progress Report that, “Wheat harvest is wrapping up with several yields reported at 100-plus bushels per acre.
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In this week’s Word, Peter Johnson covers fusarium/DON development in the wheat crop, which two insects finally got spotted this past week, and some dos and don’ts for clover options in the cover crop.
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Farm Weekly (Australia) 07/17/2019 05:30
The Australian wheat sector's first priority is supplying the lucrative domestic market, where high meat prices have meant buyers are happy to buy well above export parity for reliable sources of grain.
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Reuters.com 07/16/2019 05:01
The country’s wheat crop will increase 17.7% on the year to 23.85 million tonnes, the association said in its latest harvest forecast.
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Brownfield Network 07/15/2019 16:50
The winter wheat harvest is moving quickly with strong yields canceling out protein and disease concerns and the spring crop is in better than a year ago shape.
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AgWeek 07/14/2019 08:30
Ending stocks for 2019-20 are expected to increase 5 million bushels from the previous crop year with modest declines to exports and usage.
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The Kingdom, which consumes more than 80,000 tonnes of wheat per month, imports more than 96 per cent of its wheat needs, as domestic production covers only around 4 per cent of demand.
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