Farmers Are Racing Against Poor Weather to Plant Crops

Farmers are in a race against the clock to get crops this week, with planting of corn, soybeans and wheat slower than their usual pace.

Wet and cool temperatures in key areas of the Midwest have delayed farmers’ planting plans, causing them to take days to harvest before the big harvest begins to fail. than. If not, some grain traders say already high prices for farm produce could rise even higher, with supplies dwindling as farmers around the world grapple with extreme weather.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/poor-planting-weather-puts-squeeze-on-u-s-farmers-11652290167?mod=pls_whats_news_us_business_f Farmers Are Racing Against Poor Weather to Plant Crops

Edmund DeMarche

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