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Grabanski calls the top

He says conditions are good, they were Moinday are as the week previous  didn't harm the crop soi they woud be good!

 

The mkt is looking ahread, trying to gauge crop risk with the dome coming!

Worse better I don't know buy the reasoning?

artifice 

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Re: Grabanski calls the top

I am sure you are speaking someone's language, just not mine.

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Re: Grabanski calls the top

well 4wd we will try again .

He [Ray Grabnaski, an ag oline grain commentator says crop conditions are good.  they were Monday [in the wkly USDA report]  as the week previous  didn't harm [ it was a good growing week!] so the crop conditions would be good!

 

[Ok with me? ]

The market is looking ahead, trying to gauge crop risk with the dome  here/ahead. [ That is what markets do, they look ahead and adjust, the past is known]  

Worse or better I don't know, but the reasoning?

[of course it is good to sell/hedge  a % into rallies]

I find Grabanski’s base philosophy in his  overall comments as counter intuitive.  

Rgds

 

artifice 

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Re: Grabanski calls the top

thank you for the translation. I agree with things looking stupendous where they weren't flooded out. Second ear filling blisters on every stalk along with beans blooming like crazy. Always heard beans make a pod for every bloom. No guarantee if it is a 1, 2, or 3 or more bean pod, but a pod anyway.

Oh, and btw, welcome to planet Earth!

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Re: Grabanski calls the top

beans only permanantly set pods on a fraction of the flowers under even good conditions.
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Re: Grabanski calls the top

art, did he still call the top you spoke of? d7

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Re: Grabanski calls the top 7-24-10

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