NEWS
Some Corn Vulnerable To Freeze
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:36 PM CDT

There are two main issues to look at when we think about the fall season of 2014. The first is an early freeze, due to lagging crop development in some areas of the northern Corn Belt.

As we approach the September 1 time frame, there is a fairly high probability for an early freeze to affect the finishing crop in North Dakota. We favor such an occurrence before September 20, based on forecast model presentations. That region looks to be cooler than normal for September, and due to that trend, there is a better than even chance that by mid-September ...

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