1/ #Argentina: Showers provided timely moisture for winter grains in Buenos Aires, while heavier rain fell in the northeastern #cotton belt. According to the gov't of Argentina, as of Sept. 30, #corn was 17 percent planted versus 19 percent last year. https://bit.ly/2ZQNXeJ
2/ #Wheat development ranged from vegetative in the south to filling in northern farming areas, many of which need moisture.
30 day precip % of average:
Precip % average the last 90 days below
Rains the next 16 days from the just out 18z GFS ensemble mean(American model)
Eric Snodgrass SA forecast oct4th
Thank you Mike for all the work you do to bring us the weather!
YW cutworm...........and thank you for passing on Eric's wonderful weather analysis.
You'll love the stuff below!!!
Crop calendar for Argentina:
#Argentina's #soybeans are most concentrated in Cordoba, Santa Fe & Buenos Aires. The 2020/21 crop is pegged @ ~50 mln tonnes (1.84 bln bu). That is roughly the estimated 2020 crop of the U.S. I-states plus Minnesota. Speaking of, they fit quite nicely in Argentina's grain belt.
Crop calendar for Brazil
This data comes from the GFS/US model.
It's constantly updated every day.
Latest 16 days total precip from the 12z GFS Ensemble mean.
It's pretty early in the planting season.
Huge rains for coffeeland.
Pretty widespread rains for South America and Brazil. These are the totals from the last 12z GFS ensemble mean. Bearish for the beans.
BEARISH weather for South America and bearish USDA report today.
Still bearish weather in SA! 16 day rain totals from the 12z GFS ensemble mean.
Total 16 day rains from the 12z GFS Ensemble. A bit dry in Argentina and maybe far southern Brazil but robust in most of Brazil.