A principal atmospheric scientist says the drought has likely affected some U.S. corn and soybeans.
Eric Snodgrass with Nutrien Ag Solutions tells Brownfield the short-term weather forecast should be good for the soybeans during a critical time, because soybeans like good moisture and 80-degree temperatures.
“They can take the heat and sunlight much better than the corn. It’s going to be all about that moisture, getting the right amounts and the forecast has a lot of moisture.”
However, he says it can be difficult for soybeans to make up from moisture deficits from earlier in the growing season.