Wide-ranging crop, weather conditions Nationwide


Wide-ranging crop, weather conditions Nationwide

    Across the Corn Belt, showers and thunderstorms are primarily confined to the upper Midwest. Drought continues to adversely affect some corn and soybeans in the southwestern and northeastern Corn Belt. On July 8, at least one-tenth of the corn and soybeans were rated in very poor to poor condition in Missouri (17 and 16%, respectively) and Michigan (11 and 10%, respectively).

On the Plains, scattered showers and thunderstorms stretch from western Texas to southeastern South Dakota, providing summer crops with beneficial moisture.

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