Hot, dry weather expected to cause more crop condition declines

Hot, dry weather expected to cause more crop condition declines

A market analyst says USDA’s latest corn and soybean condition ratings might be the best the U.S. has the rest of the growing season.

USDA says as of Sunday, 74% of the corn is rated good to excellent and 72% of the soybeans are rated good to excellent.

Don Roose tells Brownfield the forecast is expected to get hotter and drier this summer and if that happens, it might be difficult for corn to hit trendline yield.

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