No drought-busting rains seen for crop belt

Reuters: Benign weather is expected for the next week or two in the Midwest crop region, with no serious delays of early harvest but also no significant relief to corn and soybeans from the worst drought in half a century, an agricultural meteorologist said on Tuesday. "The bottom line is there are no earth-shattering weather events in sight, it will be quiet most of the week," said John Dee, meteorologist for Global Weather Monitoring. High temperatures in the upper 80s (degrees Fahrenheit) to low......

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