In the regions of cultivation of winter wheat in Ukraine and Russia have passed precipitation in the form of rain and snow, which reduced the negative impact of the dry weather that prevailed in the fall.
For nastuna 7-10 days will be rain and snow in the South and East of the U.S. Midwest, which will replenish soil moisture reserves before sowing.
On the Southern plains this week is expected to decrease temperatures, but they will not damage the winter wheat crop. Rain and snow in the southern regions support is favorable for winter crops the moisture content in the soil.
On the Northern Plains of the United States in the next 6-10 days will be dominated by cold weather with blizzards.
After a period of dry weather across Brazil will be the rainfall that will contribute to the development of soybeans and corn safrin “, though, and will delay the harvest of soybeans. Thanks to the good weather the country will gather 124-125 million tonnes of soybeans compared to 115 million tonnes in the previous season.
In the center and South of Argentina will be heavy rainfall that smeshat to the heat and concern on planting soybeans. Crop of soybeans and corn in the country remain at a high level.
In Russia and Ukraine this week dropped 20-600 mm of precipitation as rain and snow that will improve the condition of winter crops. Next week the temperature will drop slightly, but severe frosts which would damage not covered by snow, plants, neocrust. Soon the temperature will rise again to 0-5 degrees.
In the East of Australia in the coming weeks are expected to be very weak precipitation, to extend the period of catastrophic droughts and increase crop losses.
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