French crops remain threatened by the rains

Published May 23, 2024

Tridge summary

France, UK, and Germany are experiencing excessive rain and storms, risking disease in agricultural areas. Russia's Central Federal District has improved from water deficits, but the south still suffers from a lack of supply. Ukraine is dealing with rain deficits and cold snaps. In the US, corn and soybean plantings are on track despite heavy rains, but excess humidity is a concern in Texas. Canada's precipitation has slowed down sowing projects, but maps now show favorable progress. Brazil's south is experiencing heavy downpours and floods, affecting last soybean harvests and port activity. Western Australia is dealing with rising temperatures and a lack of precipitation during the planting period.
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Climatic conditions in France still show no notable change. Excessive rain and storms continue to affect the country and are expected to persist for the next seven days. These intakes are also expected to expand in the United Kingdom and Germany and risk increasing the risks of disease. In Russia, some improvements can be noted, although the situation remains critical. The water deficits in the Central Federal District have in fact largely been filled in recent weeks, but the south of the country continues to suffer from a very clear lack of supply and the weather maps do not announce any improvement in seven days. Ukraine has also suffered a deficit of rain and multiple cold snaps since the start of the month. In the United States, corn and soybean plantings are progressing despite particularly heavy rains throughout the Corn Belt. Winter wheat in Kansas and Oklahoma, on the other hand, is still benefiting from these contributions, but excess humidity is now observed in Texas. In ...
Source: TerreNet
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