July weather raises questions about USDA’s optimistic crop ratings.
Crop progress in 2020 continues ahead of average for both corn and soybeans.
Surveyed farmers say crops look good, but the ground is getting too dry and rain is much needed.
Eye on Crops: You can’t control the weather, but you can control which fields to harvest first.
Corn Watch: Foot-traffic soil compaction affects plants in very dry conditions.
Corn Illustrated: The tassel develops inside the stalk long before it emerges.
Checking cornfields as harvest nears yields information to help make storage and marketing decisions, plus more.
Soybean conditions move a point higher, bucking analyst estimates.
Six reasons why China needs U.S. corn now.