Skip to comments.Fall Harvest's Way Behind Schedule; Could Have Impact on Prices
Posted on 10/27/2009 1:54:05 PM PDT by dopplerdale
Crops such as Corn, Cotton and Soybeans Affected If it has seemed like it has been raining unusually often and by quite a bit, you are right. The months during harvest time (August/September/October) are traditionally the driest of year for most locations east of the Rockies, especially across the corn and cotton belts. This season, though, has been an exception. Here is a slide show that shows how the precipitation of these months has compared to normal.
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Yeah,and if you were lucky enough to get anything combined
the constant rain plays devil with the corn or beans in the
bins,have to run the friggin dryer all the time
I`ve got tobacco thats moulded from never going out of case
Got a neighbor that has his combine stuck in tbe field right now
And it`s rained all day today
The only reason you seem to post here is in order to create links to your site and promote it.
We have half of our beans done. Most of the wheat is planted.
In a typical year we would have all the beans and corn harvested, as well as all the wheat planted by now.
I wish you the best and hope you can get your crops in.
Crop prices rise 7.7 percent amid soggy harvest
AP/YahooNews ^ | 10/30/09
Posted on Friday, October 30, 2009
2:19:49 PM by Kartographer
Crop prices jumped nearly 8 percent in October as rainy weather delayed harvests across the Midwest.
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