The May 2015 WASDE report will be released on May 12. Previous research has shown that the release of these early projections–particularly in May–has a significant impact on prices in […]
The day closed with all grains trading lower. The soybean forecast is increasing in Argentina. Corn and soybeans showed positive for export sales expectations while wheat remained in the negative.
Glyphosate- or multiple-resistant horseweed, or marestail, is fairly common in many of Michigan’s no-till soybean fields. In fact, of the 12 horseweed samples we tested for resistance during the 2014-15 […]
Fusarium head scab, or head blight, is showing up in wheat fields in the Pee Dee. This fungal disease can be distinguished by the bleaching symptom that usually only affects a […]
Areas of North Dakota with a white crust on the soil are expanding this spring due to an accumulation of salts in the soil. “Soil salinity is caused by excess […]
Purdue University weed scientists have developed two time-lapse videos capturing the rapid growth of Palmer amaranth and the effect of pre-emergent herbicides used to control the aggressive and destructive weed. […]
While cold weather and cool soil temperatures have made many Ohio corn fields unsuitable yet for spring planting, growers who haven’t begun planting shouldn’t worry because there’s still time to […]
Corn Inspections Highest Since Mid-April Last Year For the week ending April 23, total inspections of grain (corn, wheat, soybeans) from all major export regions reached 2.14 million metric tons […]
Peanut stocks reported in commercial storage on March 31, 2015 totaled 3.52 billion pounds of equivalent farmer stock, compared with 3.51 billion pounds a year ago. This total includes 2.79 […]
Your quick video outlook from the U.S. Drought Monitor Report – April 30, 2015. Need more details. Click here.