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California

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California Almonds: Fall is Good Time to Sample for Nematodes10-27

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Georgia

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Illinois

Illinois: Soybean Returns Projected Higher Than Corn10-28

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Kentucky Grains: 3 Early Bird Production Meetings Set for December10-29

Louisiana

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Louisiana Rice: Herbicide Drift a Past and Future Concern10-30

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Mississippi

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Mississippi Corn: MSU Releases Short List of Suggested 2015 Hybrids10-31

Mississippi: Fall Tests for Nematodes Help Keep Crops Healthy10-30

Mississippi Wild Hogs: Trapping Is the Best Control Method10-28

Mississippi Soybeans: Variety Trials Disease Ratings Available10-28

Flint on Crops: Mississippi Snow Arrives in October10-27

Missouri

Missouri Cotton: New Interactive Map for Pest Monitoring10-29

Missouri: 2014 Insecticide Survey Summary10-28

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Ohio

Ohio Wheat: Many Options Exist for Late Fall Weed Control10-28

Tennessee

Tennessee Cotton: Farm Bill-STAX Workshop Slated Nov. 20 in Jackson10-29

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Texas

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