Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Sep 15, 2014 07:07 AM CDT

While no major frost/freeze was in the forecast on Friday, there still has to be a sigh of relief for those in the northern areas, where a significant percentage of the 750,000 bu of soybeans and 2.5 billion bushels of corn grown were in jeopardy. Once again, in a year of cooler than normal temps similar to 2009, a significant mid-September frost/freeze event didn't materialize. The 32 to 34 degree temperatures may have clipped some soybeans in the northern areas, but corn was unaffected. Conversely, I suspect the cooler weather didn't improve yield prospects either.

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