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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Tue Apr 9, 2013 05:16 PM CDT

On both sides of the 49th parallel, far less than desirable weather conditions may force producers to delay spring fieldwork and planting; in some worst-case scenarios, this may lead to changed planting intentions and acres lost to flooding. Moving forward, the timing of the break in the current weather pattern and the amount of spring rains received will play a huge role in determining the window for spring seeding.

Already there have been rumblings in the trade that the Statistics Canada March 31 Planting Intentions report, to be released April 24, may be outdated information when compared to the ...

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