Seeds of Success EPISODE 2 - A farmer's guide to 2016 and HIGH RISK Crops
Nov 30, 2015
We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and some much deserved rest. Over the next couple weeks, we're headed for a big North America warm up. These maps show the 14-day forecast trends around the world. The overall trend in the U.S. will be the warmest in 3 years and wettest in 6 years, while Canada has record warm and wet conditions. Down in Mato Grosso Brazil they will continue to be record hot with the driest conditions in 9 years -- a big negative for their soybeans. Down in Parana Brazil, it's record wet, which means it's feast and famine down South.
GLOBAL TEMPERATURE TRENDS (30 NOV - 13 DEC) Larger Map View
GLOBAL PRECIPITATION TRENDS (30 NOV - 13 DEC) Larger Map View
For AgWeb folks who liked our first Seeds of Success video, we think you'll love Episode 2! In this 2nd video, we discuss our winter outlook, which was issued 8 months ago (still no changes), but more importantly, what El Nino's collapse to La Nina in 2016 means for crops around the world.
For more information on this video please visit our web site:
SEEDS OF SUCCESS EPISODE I - A Farmer's Guide to the 2016 Corn Belt Weather Outlook and Soaring Corn Prices. VIDEO
SEEDS OF SUCCESS EPISODE II - Winter outlook and the 2016 High Risk for Crops Around the World. VIDEO
We're here to help so don't hesitate to call on us as you plan 2016.
- Captain Kirk out.