Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Fri Oct 10, 2014 02:44 PM CDT

Following is USDA's report on crop weather for the month of September--as contained in the October production report Friday October 11. It has both sides--from the very-high crop ratings in the Corn Belt to drought impact on pastures in the Far West.


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September Weather Summary

September featured highly variable precipitation and rapidly fluctuating temperatures. In the Corn Belt alone, a cold snap led to widespread frost across the upper Midwest from September 11-13, but largely spared late-developing corn and soybeans. Following the cool spell, an extended period of late-season Midwestern warmth promoted summer crop maturation. Most ...

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