Alabama

Alabama Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Now in 15 Counties9-15

Arizona

Farming on the Mother Road: Arizona Ranchers Crave Grass, Water — DTN9-11

Arkansas

Arkansas Soybeans: Cash Market Closes Down 24 Cents9-15

Arkansas Peanuts: Sclerotinia Blight Confirmed in State9-15

Arkansas Cotton: New Research to Focus on Northeastern Production9-15

Arkansas Forage and Grassland Council Conference Set Oct. 30 in Conway9-15

Arkansas Winter Forages: What to Plant and How Much9-15

Arkansas: Soybean Research Verification Program Weekly Update9-15

Arkansas Rice: Lots of Low Yields Reported9-12

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California

California: Rice Harvest Begins in Record Heat – USDA9-15

California Almonds: Scale and Lower Branch Dieback9-15

Farming on the Mother Road: Farmers Becoming Sparse in California — DTN9-12

Colorado

Delaware

Delaware: Soybean Farmers Urge Neighbors to ‘Share the Road’9-11


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Florida

Florida Peanuts: Conditions Ripe for Spider Mites9-15

Florida Peanuts: Severe Root-Knot Nematode Damage in Jackson County9-12

Florida Sorghum: White Sugarcane Aphid Has Changed its Host Plant9-12

Georgia

Georgia Peanuts: Dryland Digging Considerations9-17

Georgia Soybeans: Grower Randy Dowdy Breaks The 100-Bushel Barrier9-16

Georgia: Rains Help Crops, Soybean Harvest Begins – USDA9-15

Georgia: Deadline Approaches for Correcting Acreage History with FSA9-15

Georgia Cotton: Crop Management Seminar Slated Nov. 12-13 at Tifton9-15

Georgia Peanuts: Harvest Off to Slow Start9-15

Georgia Peanuts: Dryland Growers Face Tough Decisions9-15

Illinois

Illinois: Remain Vigilant for Palmer Amaranth9-11

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kansas: Harvest Underway with Light Frosts – USDA9-15

Kansas Farmers Can Pursue Prizes for Soybean Yields, Values9-15

Kentucky

Kentucky Soybeans: Timing is Everything for Sudden Death Syndrome9-15

Kentucky: Slow Corn Harvest Due to High Moisture – USDA9-15

Louisiana

Louisiana: Rains Slow Harvests, Rice Harvest Wrapping Up – USDA9-15

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Mississippi: Corn Harvest Winding Down, Soybean Harvest in Full Swing – USDA9-15

Flint on Crops: Variety Trials are Worth Your Attention9-15

Mississippi: Dryland Corn Closes Gap on Irrigated Acres9-12

Mississippi Outdoors: Litter is Illegal, Unattractive and Even Harmful9-12

Mississippi: ‘Waters of U.S. Rule’ Topic at Oct. 7 Liberty Luncheon9-12

Mississippi Cotton: Mid-South Defoliation Guide Updated9-11

Missouri

Missouri: Influence of Herbicide Carryover on Cover Crops9-15

Missouri: Corn Harvest Stalled by Rain in Some Areas — USDA9-15

Missouri Sorghum: Transform WG Approved for Sugarcane Aphid Control9-12

Missouri Soybeans: Managing Late Season Diseases9-11

Nebraska

Nebraska: Why Soybean Variety is Critical for Improved Yields – Video9-12

Nebraska: Frost & Freeze Damage Effects on Corn and Soybeans9-12

Nebraska: Reinke, NCTA Announce Commitment to Irrigation Program9-11

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Carolina: Corn Harvest Half Finished as Rains Delay Field Work – USDA9-15

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Ohio

Ohio: Farmers Continue To Prepare For Harvest – USDA9-15

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Corn, Soybeans Mature Rapidly – USDA9-15

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Tennessee Cotton: Time to Consult Mid-South Defoliation Guide9-15

Tennessee: New Web Tool for Tracking Weather, Heat Units, and Crop Progress9-12

West Tennessee Ginner Voices Concern

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Texas

Texas: Corn Harvest Begins to Wind Down – USDA9-15

Texas Cotton: High Plains Crop Looks Good; Zero Tolerance Weed Resistance9-12

Texas: Sugarcane Aphid Arrives on High Plains – Not Good.9-12

Texas: Rebuilding the Beef Herd Program Set Sept. 25 at Franklin9-12

Texas: Growers Get Financial Help with Organic Certification9-11

Virginia

Virginia: Harvest Continues as Weather Allows, Rains Increase Soybean Disease – USDA9-15

Virginia Soybeans: Sudden Death Syndrome, Brown Stem Rot Showing Up9-12

Virginia: Soybean Looper Alert is Warranted9-12

Wisconsin

Sunbelt Ag News

    42 California Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas9-17

    DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Contracts Holding Strong Gains9-17

    DTN Grain Midday: Corn and Beans Lower, Wheat Mixed9-17

    AgFax Grain Review: Agribusinesses Sue Syngenta; Record Soybean Yields in Arkansas, Georgia9-17

    Hearing Reflects Highly Politicized Debate Over Biotech Crops — DTN9-17

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Rabobank Forecasts Higher 3Q Retail Prices9-17

    Cotton in Southwest: Need More Heat; 4-Bale Dryland; Pigweed Plans – AgFax9-17

    DTN Cotton Open: Futures Inch Slightly Higher9-17

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Futures Staged for Rally9-17

    China Agrees to Buy $2.3B Worth of U.S. Soybeans — DTN9-17

    DTN Grain Open: All 3 Commodities Start Lower9-17

    Keith Good: 18.3B Bushels of Corn, Soybeans — Where to Put it All?9-17

    Grain TV: Quiet Trade with Very Light Volume9-16

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Complex Finishes Mixed9-16

    Doane Cotton Close: Renewed Selling on Overhead Resistance9-16

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Wheat, Soybeans Slide, Corn Posts Modest Gains9-16

    AFB Cotton Close: Dec. Continues Lower9-16

    AFB Rice Close: Down in Narrow Trade9-16

    DTN Cotton Close: Dec. Settles Modestly Lower9-16

    Missouri Farmer Uses Pig Manure for Natural Gas Production – DTN9-16

    DTN Grain Close: Mostly Lower, Waiting on Harvest9-16

    Non-Land Production Costs Unlikely to See Much Decline in 20159-16

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices9-16

    AgFax Cotton Review: Chinese Acreage Declines; Weather Damages Crops in India, Pakistan9-16

    Rice Outlook: U.S. Production Forecast Lowered to 218.3M Cwt9-16

    Georgia Soybeans: Grower Randy Dowdy Breaks The 100-Bushel Barrier9-16

    Insure Your Crop Revenue Guarantee — DTN9-16

    Feed Outlook: Record Corn Crop on Higher Yields9-15

    Corps of Engineers Vindicated in ’11 Missouri River Basin Flood — DTN9-15

    Cotton Outlook: U.S. Production Cut Nearly 1M Bales9-15

    Oil Crops Outlook: U.S. Soybean Yields To Raise Ending Stocks to 8-Year High9-15

    Wheat Outlook: Higher Imports, Decreased Exports9-15

    Good on Grain: Revisions to Corn, Soybean Acreage Estimates Possible9-15

    Choose Your Cover Crops Carefully — DTN9-15

    GMO Critics to Get Their Say at D.C. Hearings — DTN9-15

    Arkansas Forage and Grassland Council Conference Set Oct. 30 in Conway9-15

    Arkansas Winter Forages: What to Plant and How Much9-15

    Flint on Crops: Variety Trials are Worth Your Attention9-15

    Kansas Farmers Can Pursue Prizes for Soybean Yields, Values9-15

    Farmland Auction: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi Cropland – October 229-14

    Soybeans – South – Variable Soybean Loopers; More Beans Cut – AgFax9-12

    Rice Crop: Harvest Zooms Along in Texas, Louisiana, Starts to Pick Up in the Delta9-12

    Rice Market: USDA Chops 11.5M CWT from Total Supply9-12

    Rose on Cotton: USDA Released a Bearish S&D Report9-12

    Environmental Groups Sue EPA Over Delay in Chlorpyrifos Ban – DTN9-12

    Cleveland on Cotton: Growers, Do Not Price Your Crop Right Now.9-12

    Welch on Wheat: U.S. and World Ending Stocks Increase9-12

    Welch on Grain: Increased Corn Production, Carryover9-12

    Railroad Criticism a Long-Standing Refrain Among Farmers9-12

    Texas Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphids Confirmed on Southern High Plains9-12

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights9-12

    AgFax Rice Review: New Reservoir for Texas Growers; Continued Drought Problems in California9-12

    Peanut Harvest Gains Momentum In SE, Starts In Delta – AgFax9-12

    Small Farms and the Affordable Care Act9-12

    Georgia: Plains Peanut Festival, September 27, Celebrates Peanuts And Legacy9-12

    Mississippi Outdoors: Litter is Illegal, Unattractive and Even Harmful9-12

    Farming on the Mother Road: Farmers Becoming Sparse in California — DTN9-12

    Cattle at the Crossroads: Impact of Herd Expansion9-12

    Georgia Gains Section 18 To Apply Transform On Grain Sorghum For Sugarcane Aphids9-12

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Total Inspections Highest Since May9-12

    Nimitz, Non-Fumigant Nematicide, Gains EPA Registration9-12

    Grain Transportation: Congress Attempts to Find Rail Delay Solution – DTN9-11

    Texas: Growers Get Financial Help with Organic Certification9-11

    USDA Pegs Average Corn, Soybean Yields at Record Highs – DTN9-11

    USDA: $328M to Conserve Wetlands and Farmland, Boost Economy9-11

    2nd Arkansas Soybean Grower Breaks 100 BPA, and State Record9-11

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