Peanuts from the US: Lower yield due to dry weather?

USDA announced the September crop estimate and it shows a jump in production, from 2.651 to 2.825 million farmer stock peanut. Harvested acres could end up lower than reported. Supply in Virginias is tightening wich prices, especially an jumbo inshells, going higher. Hurricane Dorian brought relief to the crop, but the dry weather experienced during the season could result in lower yield.

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