NEWS
A Window of Opportunity in the Midwest
Mike Palmerino Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Fri May 2, 2014 08:44 AM CDT

A significant planting window for crops in the Midwest is expected during the next 5 days as warmer, drier weather envelops most of the region. This will give some producers especially those north of I 80 a good opportunity to get some corn planting done. Producers should take full advantage of this as it appears another round of unsettled and cooler weather is in store for the Midwest during the latter half of next week

The northern plains will not be as fortunate as it appears cooler than normal weather will continue to dominate. It will be trending drier through ...

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