Alabama: Planting Delayed by Wet Conditions
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. EXTENSION/FSA COMMENTS: General: The week’s average mean temperatures ranged [...]
Arkansas: Corn Planting Nearly Done, Rice at 75%, Cotton Just Over 50%
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. General On average, farmers had 5.0 days suitable for [...]
RiceTec Hybrid Rice Report, May 17, 2013
BASF releases latest Clearfield Rice Stewardship guidelines.
Rice marketing report - new feature!
Midsouth farmers make headlong progress as weather breaks.
Rice going to flood in parts of Midsouth...finally.
Texas and coastal Louisiana crops shaping up.
Fine-turning pre-flood nitrogen rates: latest info.
Late planting: compensating.
Replanting considerations for 2013.
Herbicides: wait a little while?
AgFax Almond Review: Australian Breeding Program Receives $2M; Water Infiltration Issues
Production A University of Adelaide press release on Phys.org reports that the Australian Almond Breeding program recently received $2.35 million [...]
Florida: Planting Continues, Soybeans Get Started
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. Weather Summary: According to Florida’s Automated Weather Network (FAWN), [...]
Georgia: Planting Runs Full Steam Ahead but Some Areas Rained Out
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. General: According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service’s Georgia [...]
Illinois Wheat: Cereal Leaf Beetles, Aphids Reported in South
Kevin Black, Insect and Plant Disease Technical Manager, Growmark, Inc., recently reported that cereal leaf beetles can be found in [...]
Indiana: Major Corn And Soybean Acreage Has Been Planted
Warm, sunny days during the week allowed farmers to make good progress planting both corn and soybeans, according to [...]
Iowa Corn: Black Cutworm Scouting Advisory
We asked black cutworm monitoring participants to start watching traps at the beginning of April. The first moth was recorded [...]
Kansas: Storms Bring Hail, Wind Damage in North, South Makes Good Planting Progress
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. For the week ending May 19, 2013, clear skies [...]
Louisiana: Crop Production Field Day Set June 19 in St. Joseph
Research at the LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station on corn, cotton and soybeans will be featured at the pest management [...]
Mississippi: More Field Work And Dry Weather
According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Mississippi, there were 4.5 days suitable for fieldwork for the week [...]
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Missouri: Strong Planting Progress but Still Behind Schedule
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. Agricultural Summary Farmers took advantage of the warm dry [...]
Roberts Commodity Report: USDA Corn Planting Data Questionable
My field crops tour of the Northern U.S. Plains started this week. North Carolina corn looks like it is all [...]
Ohio Corn: Time to Troubleshoot Emergence Problems
According to the USDA/NASS for the week ending May 19, corn was 74 percent planted, which was 19 percent behind [...]
Oklahoma Wheat: Taking Technology to the Wheat Fields
Agriculture is more than keeping up with the times of technology. Smartphones have become a part of everyday life for [...]
South Carolina: Corn Planting Winding Down, Other Crops Make Solid Progress
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 19, 2013. GENERAL A drier week allowed farmers to make progress [...]
Tennessee: Favorable Weather Conditions Finally Arrived
Favorable weather conditions finally arrived last week as farmers made the most of the four and a half days of [...]
Texas: Rains Reset The Drought Button
Though recent storms promised to reset the drought button for a large part of East Texas, the western half of [...]
Virginia: Diverse Temperatures, But No Frost Damage
Diverse temperatures were reported for the Commonwealth. Parts of northern Virginia and counties surrounding the Blue Ridge reported frost during [...]
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