December corn is trading 6 cents lower midday and has climbed off it's overnight lows. Pressure was linked to a sharply lower soybean market after beneficial rainfall spread over 50% of the Midwest this weekend. Crop condition ratings for US corn are expected to decline 1-2% as temperatures have remained above normal for areas west of the Mississippi River and yields continue to fall. The US Dollar has turned lower midday, offering support to the corn market. Corn export inspections for the week ending August 2nd were pegged at 19.88 million bushels vs. 21.43 million bushels last week for the 2011/12 marketing year. Current inspections stand at 89.3% of the current USDA estimates vs. the 5 year average of 89.8%. Weekly inspections continue to fall short of the 39.88 million bushels needed each week to meet the USDA estimate.