NEWS
Fall Weather Outlook - 2
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Thu Sep 26, 2013 06:25 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- In typical fashion, the U.S. winter wheat crop has some favorable and some not-so-favorable conditions as it begins the long cycle that will culminate in harvest next summer. Much of that yin and yang has to do with less-than-adequate soil moisture in much of the Southern Plains and Midwest.

"In regards to wheat planting, dry conditions will allow for fast progress," said DTN Senior Analyst Darin Newsom.

In crop analysis lexicon, fast planting progress automatically brings about a bearish viewpoint when it comes to the weather's impact on a particular crop. But Newsom is not ready to ...

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