Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Farmers probably planted more corn, soybeans and cotton than they intended after warm May weather.
The hot weather pattern in place since May 1 will ramp up again to end June.
The threat of U.S. announcement on China goods pressuring soybeans and dragging grains lower.
Kansas wheat harvest accelerating amid hot, dry weather that cut yields and boosted quality.
Indian growers illegally planting GM seeds to raise incomes as government watches with elections set for next year.
Rising hot, dry weather risks to quickly deplete soil moisture in July.
Grain, soybean futures seen recovering part of recent losses ahead of the USDA monthly Supply & Demand report.
Tianjin will use gasoline with ethanol in most vehicles by end of September, boosting China corn demand.
Heavier weekend rains and more forecast this week pushing corn, soybeans lower ahead of USDA supply and demand report Tuesday.
Soybeans, grains all traded lower overnight on weather, trade issues but may recover ahead of the weekend.