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04-18-2013 08:54 PM
Wheats gonna break out, or the basis is going to ramp up at my end user. a flood on the prairies and north USA would do it. Not like anyone has planted spring wheat yet
04-18-2013 10:16 PM - edited 04-18-2013 10:32 PM
didn't see Rush in warning area on NOAA -----geez, though some areas in Ka 24* with 40mph winds. what is that -15 to -20?
---Frost advisory down to I-10 -- Kerrville, Junction area in Tx.
04-19-2013 02:29 AM
Is 24 tonight. For some reason Dodge
City didn't put out a warning, but if you
Look at the raw data, they should have.
perhaps more worrysome is in Okla they
have some hard freeze warning.
04-19-2013 07:26 AM
04-19-2013 12:09 PM
Shaggy, you mention your agronomist.
We know that wheat can be damaged if temps too low for too long.
Wheat is also known to like cooler weather rather than tooo hot.
So have you any imdication if these almost too much frost temps will have some impact on yield even if damage is not visisble.
What I am wondering is if there is a, small maybe, yield drag from these cold days and nights?