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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Thursday 07/03/14

Favorable Soybean Weather Forecast for July
Soybean crop development during July looks to benefit from mild weather and periodic rainfall.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:47AM CDT 07/03/14 by Bryce Anderson | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
Bryce, I recently saw an article on one of the news shows that implied that the Antarctic ice flows where on record schedule this year. Seems that we are gaining so much ice in the Antarctic that we have begun to make the artic ice of no importance. Your comments on the improvement on ice flows of the world? Or, will we sweep this under the rug. Sorry bout that. I know you have your beliefs (how ever erred they are). The weather seems to be going back to the early 60s, or late 50s. That would indicate a cycle pattern.
Posted by BD, NE LA. at 8:39PM CDT 07/03/14
BD, NE LA, More ice of artic could hint a cooler summer, which is good for grain yields.We can only guess for this season.
Posted by Bill Liu at 1:19AM CDT 07/08/14
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