In the United States, Russia and Ukraine will pass rains, and in Europe, returns the drought

2020-05-22 12:04:12
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In the United States, Russia and Ukraine will pass rains, and in Europe, returns the drought

the Dry conditions in the EU and Brazil in the near future will be the main factors that will determine the trend of the grain markets.


In the Midwest U.S. next week will be heavy rains that will improve the moisture of the soil and to promote germination of soybeans and corn, the seed of which is completed. The temperature is slightly higher than the norm and will be 25-28 degrees, against the background of precipitation will have a positive impact on the vegetation of plants.


On the Southern Plains of the United States, where sown wheat, will be dominated by warm weather with moderate rainfall, which will contribute to the development of crops, however, will not be able to improve the condition of those that suffered from drought and frost. From June there will begin to raise a new crop of wheat.


heavy rains in the Northern Plains and in the Delta area will stop sowing, but will improve soil moisture after a prolonged dry period.


In Canada, the rains that are coming now, next week it will be replaced by dry and warm weather, which will allow you to continue sowing of spring crops.


all over Russia and Ukraine next week will be moderate-to-strong precipitation, even in the southern regions, where winter wheat and spring crops severely damaged by drought. The rains will not improve the condition of the winter wheat, but will contribute to the development of the spring crops that reseeded damaged winter crops. According to the USDA, within 2 months the amount of precipitation in southern Ukraine and the southern district of Russia (Krasnodar Krai) was significantly lower than half of normal.


In Western Europe in the next week will be dominated by dry and warm weather without significant rainfall, which will increase the water deficit and will continue to reduce their harvest forecasts of wheat and barley.


In the main Brazilian States – Mato Grosso, goiás, lack of precipitation will strengthen the negative impact of drought on corn crops for the second harvest, whereas in the agricultural areas of southern Brazil – paraná, Rio Grande do Sul will be heavy rains.


In Argentina, where the harvest of soybeans is almost complete and continues harvesting corn, moderate precipitation will go for sowing of winter wheat. The increase in water level in the Parana river has improved the transportation of the new harvest to ports and processing plants.


Australia's wheat growing areas remains sufficient for early development of the crop moisture level. In Western Australia soon rains.