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Corn (by USDA):  One-quarter of this year’s corn crop began silking during the week, leaving progress—at 50 percent complete—39 percentage points ahead of last year and 31 percentage points ahead of the 5-year average. Double digit progress was evident in 14 of the 18 major estimating states, as above-average temperatures continued to promote rapid crop development. Overall, 40 percent of the corn crop was reported in good to excellent condition, down 8 percentage points from last week and 29 percentage points below the same time last year.
 (by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).)


The weather was extremely hot this past week. Temperatures in Wisconsin reached over 100 for a minimum of 2 days for the week. Rain was none to widely scattered showers of 0.4” or less, there has been very little rain the past few weeks. The forecast for this week, although not as warm as last week, is to still be above normal. Rainfall chances are small for this week with best chances not until early part of next week. In general, we expect a very challenging corn pack in the state, with the irrigated Central Sands area faring slightly better than the rest of the growing areas.

Temperatures were well above normal 6 of 7 days this week in Minnesota with day time high temps in the mid to upper 90's and low 100's for a couple of days. Normal high temp for Minnesota this time of year is ~83F. Temperatures have now come down quite a bit, but they are expected to continue above normal with high in the mid-80’s during the beginning of the week pushing 90F later in the week. Minimal rainfall occurred across the area again this past week, with just a few isolated showers or thunderstorms. Minimal rainfalls expected again this week, with only slight and scattered chances of rainfall late in the week. The Minnesota plants continue tracking about 10 days ahead of normal for corn pack. However, all growing areas are in need of rain or we will have a challenging pack.



コーン(by USDA

今年収穫が予想されるコーンの内、新たに4分の1がシルクを付け始めました。シルクの成長が完 了しているコーンは全体の50%で、昨年また5年平均と比較して39ポイント、31ポイント上 回っています。18の主要な地域中、14の地域で2桁の伸びとなっていますが、これは平年を上 回る気温が続いていることによるものです。40%のコーンが良好または極めて良好と報告されて いますが、先週また昨年同時期に比べてそれぞれ8ポイント、29ポイント低い数字となっていま す。



先週は気温が極めて高い状況が続きました。少なくとも2日間で38°C前後まで気温が上昇し、こ こ2週間ほとんど降雨がない(にわか雨による0.4インチ程度の降水量)天候が続いています。 今週は過去数週間ほど暑くはならないものの、それでも平年を上回る予報となっています。降水確 率は低く、来週の早い時期まで降雨予報は出ていません。Central Sands 地域は僅かながら状態は良 好なものの、他の州地域の収穫はとても難しくなることを予想しています。


平年を上回る気温の高い天気が続き、特に数日間は日中の気温が35°Cから38°Cまで上がる日が 続きました。この時期の平均気温は28°C前後ですが、今週も30°Cから週の後半には33°C前後 まで高くなることが予想されています。先週はにわか雨や雷雨によってごく少量の降雨がありまし たが、同じような予報が確立は低いものの週後半に出ています。ミネソタ州の農場は平年よりおお よそ10日ほど速いペースで進められています。しかし全ての地域で降雨不足が続いているため、 収穫作業は難しくなると予想しています。

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