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US eyeing weather for wheat

Updated Sep 14, 2022
Summer in the Northern Hemisphere is quickly coming to an end. After much speculation about drought in North America in 2022, the winner of the Northern Hemisphere's Worst Weather Award will head to Europe due to summer drought and heat issues. Nearly three years of La Niña contributed to Europe's dry climate this year and also contributed to the drought in the US plains and Russia's dry end to its warm season.
September marks the beginning of autumn weather for the Northern Hemisphere and winter wheat and other small-grain producing areas could top the list of areas to watch until more rains occur. The summer will end with massive moisture deficits and water shortages in Western Europe and many of the winter wheat and rye producing areas of western Russia. India is quite humid, but it is still many weeks away from the wheat growing season. North Africa is still in a multi-year drought, as are the US Pacific Northwest and a portion of Canada's southwestern prairies. Argentina is also entering the Southern Hemisphere's spring with drought and some concerns about production potential. Meanwhile, both Australia and South Africa are hoping for a good start to the spring growing season. ...
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