Dry weather gives early U.S. corn and soy harvest a boost

Reuters: Dry weather will speed early harvesting of corn and soybean crops for the next week to 10 days in the southern section of the U.S. Midwest, agricultural meteorologists said Monday. Don Keeney, meteorologist for MDA EarthSat Weather, said cooler and mostly dry weather was expected this week in the Midwest crop belt. The exception would be light rain late in the week in the northwestern Midwest and showers in the southwest Plains on Monday and Tuesday. "Rather benign weather this week, and......

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