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August Pre-Derecho Predicted Corn Yields (bu/ac)*

corn yields aug2020

National Corn Yield Estimate: 191.0 (bu/ac)

Favorable weather conditions were observed in July with ample rainfall and cooler temperatures as most of the corn belt entered the grain filling stage. These nearly ideal growing conditions are the main factor in CIBO’s predictions of corn yields meeting, or exceeding, typical USDA yields.

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of corn-based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

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Estimated Corn Planting Dates (bu/ac)*

corn planting dates aug20

The CIBO crop inference engine uses satellite imagery to estimate the planting date of crops for parcels across the corn belt. We adopt cutting edge machine learning techniques to learn patterns from image and crop data, resulting in rich statistical models which we use to generate agricultural information at a large scale, such as the county median planting dates for corn parcels in the corn belt shown here.

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of soybeans based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

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August Pre-Derecho Predicted Soybean Yields (bu/ac)*

soy yields aug2020

National Soybean Yield Estimate: 55.0 (bu/ac)

Favorable weather conditions were observed in July with ample rainfall and cooler temperatures as most of the corn belt entered the grain filling stage. These nearly ideal growing conditions are the main factor in CIBO’s predictions of corn yields meeting, or exceeding, typical USDA yields.

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of corn-based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

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Estimated Soyban Planting Dates (bu/ac)*

soy planting dates Aug20

The CIBO crop inference engine uses satellite imagery to estimate the planting date of crops for parcels across the corn belt. We adopt cutting edge machine learning techniques to learn patterns from image and crop data, resulting in rich statistical models which we use to generate agricultural information at a large scale, such as the county median planting dates for soybean parcels in the corn belt shown here.

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of soybeans based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

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August Pre-Derecho Predicted Cotton Yields (lb/ac lint)*

cotton yields aug2020

Weather conditions in the cotton growing regions have been drier than normal, especially in West Texas. These dry conditions in the early part of the growing season resulted in delays in planting and delayed or stunted germination. The dry conditions despite irrigation in some cotton growing locations are resulting in yields that are at or below USDA averages.

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of corn-based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

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Uncover County-Level Yield and Field Insights by Downloading CIBO's August County-Level Crop Yield Forecast.

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CIBO delivers the capability to gain forecasting insight on agricultural land performance on a county by county and field by field level. Users can blend observed weather data with state-of-the-art seasonal predictions to simulate a range of possible weather scenarios for the new planting season. The platform uses agronomic simulations to predict crop development, from planting to harvest, under a variety of forecast weather scenarios and management strategies.

The USDA regularly announces national yield insights. Those national reports tell you what will likely happen, CIBO’s capability is the first to tell you where and why it is likely to happen. This insight creates new opportunities for actionable and hyper-local farming, agribusiness, sustainability and trading decision-making.

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