When La Nina last showed up in late 2017, it made for extremely dry growing seasons in some regions, particularly in Argentina and the southern U.S. Plains, and farmers harvested very poor crops in early 2018.
This past winter didn’t bring harsh, cold temperatures like in years past, which means not only did many winter annual weeds survive, so did insect pests. This season, you’ll want to scout for infestations.
The coronavirus is having a ripple effect on commodities since the outbreak hit U.S. shores.
Grocery stores shelves are in a constant flux. Many bare or picked over as consumers return to eating at home.
President Trump talked about the need to shrink the trade deficit with Japan during a rally this week.
The President compared auto trade to wheat in his comments at the rally. Wheat Growers are not too happy about it.