Crops thirsty for more rain | Grain Wrap

By Matt Wallis, Awb
September 19 2019 - 6:00pm
As the old crop stocks dwindle and the new crop market continually moves with the weather forecast, there has been heightened levels of volatility.
As the old crop stocks dwindle and the new crop market continually moves with the weather forecast, there has been heightened levels of volatility.

With no substantial rain and the forecast leaving us forever guessing, crops have "hit the wall" as soil moisture reserves have all but depleted coinciding with above average daytime temperatures, wind and multiple frost events.

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