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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Fri Apr 4, 2014 09:18 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Another round of fieldwork delays in the Midwest, along with spotty moisture in the southwestern plains are the primary weather items for the commodity trade's attention Friday.

ADDITIONAL MIDWEST FIELDWORK DELAYS

The DTN ag weather forecast calls for wet conditions due to recent heavy rains to keep Midwest fieldwork and early planting very slow for the east and south areas through the Delta. More rain is likely Sunday night or during Monday. It is not as wet to the north and west; however, snow in the northwest and colder weather overall will delay the warm-up of soils ...

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