Alabama

Alabama: Rains Hamper Field Work – USDA4-21

Arizona

Arkansas

Arkansas Soybeans: Cash Market Closes Up 48 Cents4-21

Arkansas Rice: Progress; Command By Air; Water Seeding; Markets4-19

Arkansas Corn, Sorghum: Slow Planting Continues4-18

Arkansas Rice: Tips for Managing Seedling Diseases4-17

California

California Almonds: Pros and Cons of Earlier, Warmer Spring4-21

California Almond Farmers Dealing With A Quick Season – AgFax4-20

California Tomatoes: Thrips Outlook For San Joaquin Valley4-19

California: Central SJV Small Grain And Forage Tour Set For May 14-19

California Tree Crops: Nickels Soil Lab Field Day Set For May 14, Arbuckle4-19

Florida

 

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Georgia

Georgia Cotton: Irrigation App Can Help Save Water4-23

Georgia: Weekend Rains Stop Field Work4-22

Georgia: Rains Drown Corn, Lay Out Small Grains – USDA4-21

Georgia: More Rain…. soggy4-18

Georgia Corn: Four Reasons It’s Turning Yellow4-18

Illinois

Illinois: Corn Planting Underway as Temperatures Warm – USDA4-22

Indiana

Indiana: Corn Planting Begins in Southern Areas – USDA4-22

Indiana: Stay Patient on Tillage, Planting4-17

Indiana: Start to Consider Winter Annual Weed Burndown4-17

Iowa

Kansas

Kansas: The Lesser Prairie Chicken — What Landowners Should Know4-17

Kentucky

Kentucky: Alfalfa Weevil Season Begins4-23

Louisiana

Louisiana Corn: Aerial 24C Labels for Capreno, Halex GT4-21

Mississippi

Mississippi: MSU Extension Marks Its 1st Century4-22

Mississippi Soybeans: Crop Value Inceased by $1B Over 6 Years4-21

Flint on Crops: Reniform Nematode Continues to Plague Us4-21

Mississippi: Weather May Stall Summer Forage Crops4-17

Mississippi: Top of the List for Water Resouces4-17

Missouri

Nebraska

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Carolina: Rains Slow Field Work, Corn Planting at 43% – USDA4-21

North Carolina Soybean Variety Information 20134-21

North Carolina Wheat: Head Scab Alert Issued For Eastern Areas4-21

North Carolina Wheat: Yellowing Plants, What To Do?4-18

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Ohio

Ohio Alfalfa: Time to Scout for Weevils4-22

Ohio Corn: Adjusting Management Practices for Late Start4-22

Ohio: Little Corn Planting in Cold, Wet Fields – USDA4-21

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

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Texas

Texas Grain Sorghum: Cheminova Dimethoate 4E Approved for Use4-22

Texas: Planting Continues in Dry, Windy Conditions – USDA4-21

Texas Rice: Garry McCauley Retires After 39 Years and Many Accomplishments4-18

Texas: Spring Beef Cattle Workshop Set May 16 at Bandera4-17

Victims of Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion Remembered — DTN4-17

Virginia

Virginia Cotton: Targeting the Best Planting Window4-21

Virginia Soybeans: Kudzu Bugs Emerging, Still With Us4-18

Sunbelt Ag News

    DTN Cotton Open: Tumbles in Most-Active July4-23

    Senate Expected to Pass Upcoming Tax-Extenders Bill – DTN (Updated)4-23

    Exploring Key Elements in Succession Planning — DTN4-23

    DTN Livestock Open: Lower Start for Lean Hogs4-23

    DTN Grain Open: Soybeans Sink, Pull Others Down4-23

    Keith Good: Are Grain Producers Braced for Downturn?; El Nino in July?4-23

    Grain TV: Upward Trend Lines Unbroken4-22

    Doane Cotton Close: Futures Continue Slow, Steady Ascent4-22

    DTN Livestock Close: Futures Move Higher4-22

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Beans Continue Decline, Corn, Wheat Move Higher4-22

    AFB Cotton Close: Prices Continue Higher4-22

    AFB Rice Close: Unchanged to Slightly Higher4-22

    Welch on Grain: Modest Increase in Planted Corn Acres4-22

    Cotton: Smaller Pima Plantings Expected for 2014/154-22

    Welch on Wheat: Condition Decline Continues4-22

    DTN Cotton Close: Strong Old-Crop Gains4-22

    Mississippi: MSU Extension Marks Its 1st Century4-22

    DTN Grain Close: Corn Rebounds with Export Help4-22

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices4-22

    Ethanol Campaign Ramps Up as EPA Decision Nears – DTN4-22

    DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Futures Hold Strong Gains4-22

    Mid-South Ag, Environmental Law Conference Set May 16 in Tunica, Miss.4-22

    DTN Grain Midday: Soybeans, Wheat Slide Lower4-22

    AgFax Grain Review: Chinese Rejections Continue; Still Time to Plant Corn4-22

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Higher for 9th Straight Week4-22

    Pinnacle Acquires Harvey’s Agricultural Solutions4-21

    Livestock: U.S. at Disadvantage in Japan Trade Deal – DTN4-21

    Chemtura AgroSolutions Acquired by Platform Specialty Products4-21

    Indiana: Beck’s Hybrids Expands with $60M Investment4-21

    Wheat Resistance Gene Found Against Stem Rust Pathogen4-21

    Wheat: Study to Develop Climate-Resilient Varieties4-21

    North Carolina Wheat: Head Scab Alert Issued For Eastern Areas4-21

    Good on Grain: How Many Soybean Acres Do We Really Need?4-21

    4 Factors That Have Reshaped Agriculture in Last 10 Years — DTN4-21

    Texas Explosion Prompts Subtle Changes in Fertilizer Industry — DTN4-21

    Flint on Crops: Reniform Nematode Continues to Plague Us4-21

    Southern Grain: Freeze Effects? Corn Planting Slogs Along – AgFax4-19

    Arctic Warming Tied to Our Extreme Weather? Maybe. – DTN4-18

    Do Soybeans Need Nitrogen?4-18

    Is There An Advantage To More Corn Acres in Your Rotation? Yes and No.4-18

    Texas Rice: Garry McCauley Retires After 39 Years and Many Accomplishments4-18

    Rice Farmers In Midsouth Looking For A Break In The Weather – AgFax4-18

    Cleveland on Cotton: Nervous Market Nellies; Chinese Plant 20-25% Less4-17

    Grain TV: River Basis Levels See Large Rise4-17

    Chumrau on Wheat: World Supplies Get a Lift, but U.S. Stocks Look Tight4-17

    Mississippi: MSU Offers Four Deer Management Workshops This Summer4-17

    Mapping the Farm Bill: Voting Changes in the House of Representatives4-17

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights4-17

    Texas: Grain Grading Workshops, Amarillo, May 6-74-17

    Mississippi: State Soybean Value Grew $1B Since 20064-17

    U.S. Drought Outlook: Improvement Expected in Midwest, Central and Southern Great Plains4-17

    Farm Finances Rate an ‘A’ For Now, but Questions Linger — DTN4-17

    Mississippi: Top of the List for Water Resouces4-17

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Upper Mississippi Navigation Improves4-17

    Resistant Palmer Pigweed: What People Need To Know Before It Hits – AgFax4-17

    Chemical Safety Board Plans Meeting in West, Texas — DTN4-17

    West, Texas, Recovers and Rebuilds with Cautious Approach — DTN4-17

    U.S. Energy: Oil and Gas Spending Favors Exploration, Development4-17

    Gasoline Prices: Average Jumps 6 Cents4-17

    Propane Stocks: Increase by 0.8M Barrels4-17

    Diesel Prices: Average Down a Penny4-17

    Victims of Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion Remembered — DTN4-17

    Keith Good: Beige Book — Observations on Ag Economy4-17

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