Downgrades to production estimates for French, German and Russian wheat crops are putting further pressure on the global balance sheet for wheat.
Growers are concerned they could loose thousands of dollars and hours if smaller border crossings are not opened.
Three research papers are being prepared and are expected to be peer reviewed and submitted to scientific journals over the next two months.
Prices for key grains have been firming but are growers resilient under heavy harvest selling pressure?
Rather than seeing sustainability accreditation as a burden, the grains industry should be set to grab new chances it presents.
The head of Nutrien Ag Solutions has said the ag advisory sector must do the heavy lifting in helping growers bolster yield.
Monitor closely and act quickly - that's the message for farmers from authorities warning that the classic crash normally associated with the end of mouse outbreaks hasn't happened.