Soybeans: How Will 3rd Consecutive La Nina Affect U.S., Brazil, and Argentina’s Yields? May 24, 2022

🕔May 24, 2022
International long-term forecast models hint at the possibility of a third consecutive La Niña event this year. It is not uncommon to see La Niña occurring over two successive seasons. […]

Texas Field Reports: Dry Spell, Drought Deepens Mar 9, 2022

🕔Mar 9, 2022
Soil moisture levels continue to decline in most areas of the state after a months-long dry spell as warm-season crop plantings and preparations increase. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents and […]

Weather: Waning La Nina Brings Challenges for Spring Planting – DTN Mar 2, 2022

🕔Mar 2, 2022
Note: This is an update to the spring planting season forecast across the U.S. I laid out some of the highlights in a previous article here. La Nina is loosening […]

South American Weather: March Forecast Difficult for Safrinha Corn in Brazil – DTN Feb 25, 2022

🕔Feb 25, 2022
Attention in South America has been focused across the southern half of the continent over the last couple of months — and rightly so. Dryness and drought have built into […]

South American Corn, Soybeans: La Nina Continues to Affect Crops Feb 11, 2022

🕔Feb 11, 2022
The influence of La Nina on the weather conditions in South America this crop season cannot be overstated. But this recent La Nina event has not been a particularly strong […]

Corn, Soybean Price Increases Boost Farm Income, Upend Global Trade Flows May 3, 2021

🕔May 3, 2021
Reuters writer Tom Polansek reported last week that, “A surge to eight-year highs in U.S. corn and soybean prices is boosting farmers’ incomes and their demand for land, tractors and tools. It is a turnaround for the agricultural […]

Texas: What La Niña Means for the Winter Fire Season Mar 3, 2021

🕔Mar 3, 2021
Texas’ winter/spring wildfire season is about to begin. Fire experts predict it could be a particularly active season because of La Niña this year. The weather pattern often brings drier, […]

Weather: La Nina Dryness Forecast for Spring – DTN Feb 23, 2021

🕔Feb 23, 2021
Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the USDA Midwest Climate Hub have drought in focus for much of the central region of the United States through […]

Ohio: Winter Into Spring Outlook Jan 7, 2021

🕔Jan 7, 2021
La Nina remains in full swing, the cooling of the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. Typically the impacts kick in for Ohio by late December or January. You can see the […]

Ag Trade: La Nina a “Supply-Side Wild Card” Dec 8, 2020

🕔Dec 8, 2020
Wall Street Journal writer Lucy Craymer reported late last week that, “La Niña is shaking up agriculture in an already-tumultuous year for commodity markets. “The natural weather phenomenon, known as the cool sister […]

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