Researchers suspect steady rains and other factors may be responsible for a drop in a tiny bug's infestation of a grain crop so far this year.
U.S. rice acres will be down substantially from last year as the nation’s rice producers battle weather extremes—drought in California and flooding elsewhere.
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A dry spell in Canada is affecting canola planting and may result in lower production for the second year in a row.
Compared to corn and soybeans, rice gets relatively little attention in the United States.
2015/16 ending stocks are projected at 47.4 million cwt. Beginning stocks for 2015/16 are forecast at 42.9 million cwt.
Warm, dry weather has allowed farmers to get an early jump on the planting season across the prairie provinces of Canada, the world’s top canola grower and second-largest wheat exporter,