Because much of the nation’s spring wheat is grown in northern states, most of the crop has avoided debilitating drought. Compared to this past year’s crop, spring wheat should show significant improvement.
U.S. Spring Wheat Ratings Surge and Corn's the Best Since 1991
Growers focus on dry weather and shrug off U.S.-China trade woes.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently approved OpenSky herbicide by Dow AgroSciences. The product targets broadleaf weeds and grasses in wheat and durum fields.
Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, discusses the volatility the markets saw this week and those driving forces behind the market movements along with his analysis of the ongoing tariff rifts between the U.S. and China.
Tomorrow’s USDA report is sure to bring surprises, which means it’ll be an important day to watch the markets.
In spite of what we heard for months of sideways trading markets and media fear of being saddled long term by mountains of grains (especially corn), some real issues are surfacing.