Delayed planting and cooler-than-average summer weather has put Canada's canola crop in danger of frost damage, according to Oil World. The crop is up to two weeks behind schedule and some of it may not reach maturity until mid-September, Oil World reports. "A frost in the fourth week of August would result in significant damage in the Canadian Prairies, as it would hit the canola crop before maturity is reached," Oil World said.

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