The 2012 Drought: Indiana, Illinois crops suffer under heat, no rain

The 2012 Drought: Indiana, Illinois crops suffer under heat, no rain

Crops have been adversely affected by hot, dry weather throughout the spring and summer months in the Midwest. Farm Industry News brings you a compilation of our weather coverage from recent months to provide an overview of how this weather has affected the 2012 corn and soybean crop so far.

Article: Blistering temperatures support higher corn prices [2]

Article: Soybeans close near high of season due to dry weather [3]

Article: Crop insurance in 2012: large payments increasingly likely due to hot weather [4]

Article: Indiana drought worst on crop conditions since 1988 [5]

Article: Stress on corn at pollination [6]

Article: Hot, dry weather creates uncertainty in corn prices, supplies [7]

Article: Drought widens and strengthens grip on Indiana [8]

Article: More crops affected as drought spreads throughout Indiana [9]

Article: Spider mites begin to inhabit drought-stressed soybean fields [10]

Article: Recent observations on the tolerance of corn yield to drought conditions [11]