Arkansas: Corn Planting Dates – How Late Can You Plant?3-25

Arkansas: Wet Fields Keep Work on Hold – USDA3-23

Arkansas Rice: More Planting Delays so Take Time to Get Ready3-20

Arkansas: Corn, Sorghum Planting Suffers More Delays3-20

Arkansas Rice: Pest Scouting Key Factor in Record Verification Field3-20


USDA Tree Crops: Almond Production Declines, Walnuts Increase3-25

California: Seminar on Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus , April 13-25

California Tree Crops: 12 Quick Things To Know This Week (Video)3-24

California Vineyards: Soil Microbes Shape Grapes’ Microbial Community3-24

California: 7 Quick Things to Know this Week about Field Crops (Video)3-23

California: Planting Preparations Underway – USDA3-23

California Almonds: Leaffooted Bugs Turning Up, Nonpareils Showing Weakness – AgFax3-22


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Georgia: Forage Conference, Perry, April 1-23-23

Georgia: Winter Peas for Cover Crop3-20

Georgia Canola: Be on the Lookout for Aphids3-20

Georgia Corn: Planting Going Strong in Some Places3-20


Illinois: Gross Returns Divided by Economic Costs – farmdocDaily3-20


Louisiana: Limited Corn Planting Begins – USDA3-23

Louisiana Crawfish: 3 Problems Causing Early Deaths3-23

Louisiana: 3 Soil Health Workshops Scheduled April 7-93-23

Louisiana Rice: Bird Repellent Okayed – What To Do With It?3-20



Mississippi: Fields Still Too Wet to Work – USDA3-23

Mississippi Soybeans: 7 Tips for Early Planting3-23

Flint on Crops: Weather Lottery – Do You Feel Lucky?3-23

Mississippi Rice: Kicking Early Season Weed Control Off Right3-17



North Carolina

North Carolina Wheat: 4 Reasons Why Tank Mix for Cereal Leaf Beetle May be Worth the Risk3-16

North Carolina Blueberries: 5 Steps to Start Your Own Patch3-11



Oklahoma: Northeast Wheat Condition Improves, North Central Needs Water – USDA3-23

South Dakota



Texas: Corn Planting Underway in Blacklands, South Central – USDA3-23

Texas Sorghum: Insecticide Recommendations for Sugarcane Aphids3-23

Sunbelt Ag News

    DTN Livestock Midday: Lack of Additional Buyer Support3-26

    DTN Grain Midday: South American Harvest Moving Toward Completion3-26

    Oklahoma: Ag Pesticide Disposal, Purcell, April 223-26

    Residential Propane, Heating Oil: Prices Decrease3-26

    Diesel: Prices Decrease3-26

    Gasoline: Prices Up Slightly3-26

    DTN Cotton Open: Cash Grower Sales Slumped3-26

    U.S. Energy: Gasoline Specifications Change and So Does the Price3-26

    The Survey Says, Farmers Plan to Increase Soybean Acres – DTN3-26

    New Swine Census Expected to be Full of “Oppsies” – DTN3-26

    DTN Livestock Open: Support by Cash Premiums3-26

    DTN Grains Open: Overnight Rally Sparked by Conflict Overseas3-26

    Grain TV: Increased Ethanol Production3-25

    AgFax Grain Review: Manage for Higher Soy Yields; Less Corn to Switch to Soybeans3-25

    DTN Livestock Close: Concern about Growing Supplies3-25

    DTN Cotton Close: Choppy Trade Day3-25

    Michigan: 31 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas3-25

    Oklahoma: Payne County Designated Natural Disaster Area3-25

    DTN Grain Close: Quiet, Cautious Trade3-25

    Marketing: Are You Really Getting the Best Price for Your Crop? – farmdoc3-25

    Licking Your Finger Won’t Cut It, Don’t Let the Wind Get You in Trouble While Spraying – DTN3-25

    Irrigation – Moisture Sensors Pay Dividends, Says This Consultant (Podcast)3-25

    Illinois Soybean Farmers Asked to Complete Online Survey3-25

    Grain TV: Improved Crop Conditions in Southern Plains3-24

    Illinois Soybeans: Maturity Rating, Does Planting Early Even Matter?3-24

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Dollar Support Gives Way3-24

    AFB Cotton Close: Dec. Holds Above 643-24

    AFB Rice Close: Unable to Hold Daily Highs3-24

    Welch on Wheat: Crop Conditions Continue to Improve3-24

    California Tree Crops: 12 Quick Things To Know This Week (Video)3-24

    Welch on Grain: Fewer Corn Acres, More Soybeans Expected in USDA Reports3-24

    Peanuts: Southern Growers Conference Set For July 23-253-24

    Farm Bill: USDA Seeks to Limit Payments to Non-Farmers3-24

    Planting: 11 Maintenance Steps for Your Planter3-24

    Crop Production Forecast: Needing a Clearer Crystal Ball – USDA Blog3-24

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices3-24

    Non-Family Farm Managers: Proof Required for Program Payments, 2016 – DTN3-24

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Price Stability Could Be an Illusion3-24

    Avian Flu Prevention is the Best Form of Poultry Protection – DTN3-24

    Farm Programs: Expected Payment Estimates for Last Minute Decisions – farmdoc3-24

    Rice: Nitrogen-Efficient Varieties Demonstrate Significant Yield Increases3-24

    Farmers Gained New Markets In The ’20s, Thanks To Clarence3-24

    Cotton: Aerial Imaging Pinpoints Root Rot, Could Help Save Money3-24

    Corn: AQUAmax Hybrids Show Advantage In Drought-Tolerance Study3-24

    China Wants Its Own Version of Monsanto, Really. – Keith Good3-24

    Farmers Anticipate Hard Times; Weather, Water Issues in the West – Keith Good3-24

    Farmer Confidence Index Lowest in Decade; Southwest Most Optimistic – DTN Survey3-24

    Glyphosate Harmful to Humans? Time for a Throw Down. – AgFax3-23

    California: 7 Quick Things to Know this Week about Field Crops (Video)3-23

    White House Pushes Rural Broadband as Economy Driver – DTN3-23

    Midwest States Consider Tighter Regulations on Manure – DTN3-23

    Good on Grain: Will Soybean Stocks Be Overshadowed by Planting Intentions?3-23

    Peanuts: USDA Announced Special Loan Repayment Rates3-23

    Louisiana Crawfish: 3 Problems Causing Early Deaths3-23

    Precision Agriculture: Topcon Positioning Group Acquires Digi-Star3-23

    Louisiana: 3 Soil Health Workshops Scheduled April 7-93-23

    DTN Cotton Open: Chinese Imports Fall3-23

    Corn: Starter Fertilization Can Sometimes Boost Yield3-23

    Flint on Crops: Weather Lottery – Do You Feel Lucky?3-23

    Cash Rent Slide; Subsidy Questions; Catfish Regs Not All Good – Keith Good3-22

    Rose on Cotton: Not Bullish Yet, But Looking for an Upside3-20

    Missouri Cotton Growers Urged to Complete Cotton Inc. Survey3-20

    Rice Market: Futures Jump but Cash Markets Are So Slow3-20

    Grain TV: Dollar Index Leads Crops into Positive Territory3-20

    Drought to Continue in the Northwest Corn Belt – DTN3-20

    South Dakota: Managing Pest Population with ‘Old Methods’ – Video3-20

    DTN Cotton Close: Unimpressed by Outside Influences3-20

    Sunbelt Ag Events


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