* Professional Farmer Midwest Crop Tour sees larger corn yields
    * Estimates offset storm destruction fears that fuelled 5-week higher
    * Wheat stays company on demand from customers, soybeans continual near 7-thirty day period best

 (Updates with European buying and selling, variations byline/dateline)
    By Gus Trompiz and Naveen Thukral
    PARIS/SINGAPORE, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Chicago corn edged decrease on Wednesday,
consolidating under a five-week higher as crop tour estimates of better yields in
elements of the U.S. Midwest offset concerns about storm injury.
    Soybeans ticked higher to hold close to a close to 7-month peak struck this
7 days, with dry ailments for U.S. crops and brisk Chinese demand from customers underpinning
the oilseed marketplace.
    Wheat rose for a fifth straight session, assisted by constant intercontinental
need, but held down below Tuesday's two-7 days prime.
    Scouts on the commonly adopted Professional Farmer Midwest Crop Tour this 7 days have
observed potent corn produce prospective buyers uncovered in Ohio and South Dakota as very well as
earlier mentioned-common crop possible in components of Nebraska and Indiana.

    That has shifted consideration again to the probable for a bumper crop soon after
storm injury in top rated corn-escalating state Iowa a 7 days back elevated uncertainties about
harvest prospects.
    "The day-to-day results of the Professional Farmer Tour provide a reassuring issue being aware of
that the situation in Iowa will be tricky this 12 months in the context of ... the
harm to corn crops," consultancy Agritel said.
    Nevertheless, the effect of the storm remained a issue mark, with the U.S.
Section of Agriculture stating this 7 days it will acquire current harvested
acreage data for corn and soybeans in Iowa. 
    The most-active corn contract on the Chicago Board of Trade fell .4%
to $3.40-1/4 a bushel, as of 1050 GMT, soon after hitting its best given that July 10
at $3.46 on Tuesday.
    CBOT soybeans inched up .1% to $9.14-1/2 a bushel, right after touching
their optimum given that Jan. 22 on Monday at $9.17-1/2.
    CBOT wheat additional 1.% to $5.22-1/2 a bushel.
    Dryness in sections of the Midwest remained a problem for soybeans and scouts
on the Profarmer tour claimed soy crops in components of Nebraska and Indiana may possibly need to have
far more rain to strike peak yields.
    
    
 Prices at 1050 GMT                                                   
                                  Past  Transform    Pct     Conclude  Ytd Pct
                                                 Go    2019     Move
  CBOT wheat                    522.50    5.00   .97  558.75    -6.49
  CBOT corn                     340.25   -1.50  -.44  387.75   -12.25
  CBOT soy                      914.50    .75   .08  955.50    -4.29
  Paris wheat December          181.50    .75   .41  188.75    -3.84
  Paris maize Nov               166.00    .50   .30  174.75    -5.01
  Paris rape Nov                380.50   -1.25  -.33  391.50    -2.81
  WTI crude oil                  42.50   -.39  -.91   61.06   -30.40
  Euro/dlr                        1.19    .00   .04  1.1210     6.46
 Most active contracts - Wheat, corn and soy US cents/bushel, Paris
 futures in euros for each tonne
 
    

 (Reporting by Gus Trompiz in Paris and Naveen Thukral in Singapore
Enhancing by Rashmi Aich and David Holmes)