Yellow Corn in South Africa Rises to 19-Year High on Dry SpellBy
Dry weather in main corn-growing provinces seen continuing
U.S. cuts corn-harvest estimate from August prediction
Yellow corn in South Africa, the continent’s largest producer of the grain, climbed to the highest level in more than 19 years as the nation’s dry spell continues in the crop’s main growing regions and after the U.S. reduced its forecast for domestic output.
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