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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Jul 14, 2014 04:59 PM CDT

While Friday's USDA report was viewed as bearish for both the U.S. crop as well as the global crop, one global weather issue kept squarely on DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist Bryce Anderson's radar is the Indian monsoon.

The current monsoon season, responsible for up to 80% of the country's annual rainfall, remains a month late, with Indian moisture maps pointing towards the moisture from the current monsoon season being 41% behind normal across the country since June 1, which ranges from normal in the south-east and north-east areas of the country to what is termed as scanty, which reflects a ...

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