Rain from Isaac to help wheat, but not corn, soy

Reuters: The drought-parched Midwest farm belt could get up to 5 inches of rain from Tropical Storm Isaac but it would be a mixed blessing to farmers, as the moisture will be too late for corn and soybeans but just in time for wheat planting next month. Farmers are harvesting their corn, which has been devastated by the worst drought in half a century, as a result rain would be of no help at this time of the season. Rain could be of marginal help to soybeans that were planted late in the season, but......

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