Tropical Cyclone Australia

Currently there is a strong cyclone warning for residents of Northern Australia – winds up to 45km per hour are expected and gusts of up to 85km per hour are also expected. Residents who do not have adequate shelter should find immediate refuge with friends, family, strong buildings or shops. Our Queensland Australia correspondent Jack Williams is covering the activity from an adult store in the city of Darwin. He has alerted us that already there are winds blowing a small amount of garbage and debris between the streets, some winds even having enough force to blow a tray of poppers out of his hands he has reported, smashing onto the ground. In depth post-crop residual damages and yield management will be posted in the subscriber region soon after.

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Comprehensive Drought Analysis – Q1 Australia

Northern Australia, particularly Queensland, but especially the Cape York Peninsula and surrounding vicinities continues to bring hot, dry weather, mostly unbearable for crop growing farmers. Our technical support team for affected merchants in the North QLD region is available through the contact form. Monthly rainfall predicted above average, all the way to significantly above average dryness of land and pasture. For those involved in higher risk management of supplies to farmers, please call the MOTO team. Records elicited statistics pertinent to the highest 10 percent of records on file at the Bureau of Meterology. We have provided a comprehensive delve deeper into the understanding of growth reports for these regular seasonal changes in the subscribers section. Farmers looking to outsource their crop sales management should consider a high risk payment gateway to ensure maximal yield management and impressionability on potential wholesale customers. Long term rainfall deficiencies over the preceding 27 month period have resulted in crop yield deficiencies.

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Weekly Crop Index

USDA’s weekly crop condition rating for corn came in at 15% excellent, 56% good, 23% fair, 5% poor and 1% very poor. The portion of the crop rated good to excellent increased 2 points from last week to 71%. We also convert the crop ratings to an index ranging from O-400. The current rating is 279, about 10 points above the 10-year average. Crop ratings for most of the major producing states are well above average. The only exception is the eastern Corn Belt where cool, wet conditions have slowed planting and crop development. Overall, the U.S. corn crop is off to a very favorable start.

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Corn Condition Indexes – Condition Rating

Winter wheat harvest increased six points last week to 13%. While wheat harvest is beginning to gain momentum, it is lagging behind the five-year average pace of 19%. Rain last week slowed harvest progress across the southern half of the Plains. Wheat is ripe so with mostly open weather expected this week farmers should make good harvest progress. Winter wheat is ripening across the Midwest, but disease is taking a toll on the crop, particularly in Illinois. Spring wheat condition ratings fell slightly last week, but still, the crop is rated very high with 80% of the crop rated good or excellent. This is the highest crop rating for spring wheat in years.

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Sugar Cane Industry Loses $81 Million – South Africa

Straight from the desk at Johannesburg, Bloomberg reports that drought in one of the countries most important sugar and grain production zones is under substantial and sustained threat of drought. Low rainfall and proclaimed crop “disaster” zones has positioned the growing sector at risk. South Africa is reported to be the African continent’s largest producer of sugar cane.

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Archived Reports

We welcome back our clients to Corntrak Annual report service – long time and life time subscribers users can login in with their legacy ID accounts in the members area to access exclusive historical analysis of harvested data as far back as 2001. Prior reports are available in hard-copy only and can be made available on request, or by certified copy via DHL, by contacting our support desk.