Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Heat stress will abate next week after recent rapid crop development.
Grains on the defensive on lower world prices ahead of the USDA's monthly World Supply and Demand Report.
Warm, Dry Weather May Increase Crop Stress from Kansas to Illinois Before Relief Arrives Next Weekend
Variable atmosphere means periods of dry, warm weather but not sustained excessive heat for Midwest crops.
Ahead of the Open: Grains Seen Defensive to Start on Moderating Midwest Temperatures Ahead of USDA Report
Grain markets lack a weather spark to continue Friday's strong rebounds before Thursday's WASDE report.
With prices down in anticipation of U.S.-China tariffs, U.S. grain supplies are competitive on world markets.
Rains erase some abnormally dry conditions in the Midwest and Northern Great Plains
Grains rising with adverse weather outside of the U.S., boosting demand for American supplies.
Ahead of the Open: Wheat Leads Higher on Smaller World Crop; Corn, Soy See Corrective Rebounds Ahead of Holiday
U.S. wheat is competitive on world markets, leading the grain rallies today amid small increase in weather risks for corn, soybeans.
Excessive rains the past three weeks beginning to curb U.S. corn and soybean potential as European and Russian dryness set to expand.
With U.S. and China tariffs set for impositions on July 6, corn and soybeans continue to fight trade headwinds.