Summary: As the season progresses, we see corn production estimates declining, and corn prices declining. Indeed, the early information suggests yields will be less than government forecasts, and that the USDA estimates will decline starting in June. Higher corn prices and increased worries about yields should drive accelerating sales of fertilizers, pesticides and higher yielding seeds.
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