A derecho left a path of destruction in corn and soybean fields in parts of Iowa and Illinois. But the August WASDE report indicated record yields. So what does it mean for the markets?
Soybean Watch: Agronomist advises monitoring growth stages throughout the season.
Soybean Source: Prepare to handle difficult situations with wind damage, varying maturity and other challenges.
As soybeans begin to produce pods and seeds, it becomes a good food source for stink bugs.
Both crops see eroding crop conditions for the week ending August 16.
Soybean Watch: Traits such as flower color are useful for telling varieties apart, but they don’t impact yield.
USDA continues to shift ratings for the week ending August 9.