WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- The corn harvest in Manitoba won't likely begin until mid-October in many areas of the province, according to industry officials.
"Harvest is going to start very, very shortly for the early crop," said Eldon Dueck, grain merchant with Linear Grain in Carman, Manitoba. "But, most of the corn crop [harvest] will still be another three weeks or so."
Morgan Cott, research agronomist with the Manitoba Corn Growers Association, said that some of the earliest seeded fields will start to be harvested in early October.
Harvest will still be slightly behind normal in many areas due to ...