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Non-Bee Insects Are Forgotten Pollinators, says Study

Non-Bee Insects Are Forgotten Pollinators, says Study

πŸ‘€From a Press Release 🕔Nov 30, 2015

Farmers who used pesticides that spared bees but killed other insects might be ignoring important sources of crop pollination, according to an Australian-led international scientific study. University of Queensland plant ecologist Dr Margie Mayfield said many crops –including mangoes, custard

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Grain TV: Soybeans Continue Trend Higher

Grain TV: Soybeans Continue Trend Higher

πŸ‘€From Grain TV 🕔Nov 30, 2015

The day ended with corn and soybeans trading higher, wheat trading lower. Taxes on corn exports from Argentina are expected to lower. Export inspections were released today showing soybeans above expected results and corn below.

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Florida: Drier Conditions Across the State – USDA

Florida: Drier Conditions Across the State – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

Weather Summary: According to Florida’s Automated Weather Network (FAWN), rainfall ranged from no rain to 1.02 inches of rain in Homestead (Miami-Dade County). All FAWN locations received under one inch of rain except Homestead (Miami-Dade County). As per the U.S.

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California: Harvest Finished, Fields Being Prepared for Winter Planting – USDA

California: Harvest Finished, Fields Being Prepared for Winter Planting – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 29, 2015. WEATHER Temperatures for the week averaged 2 to 5 degrees below normal across most of the State except in the extreme south where temperatures averaged near normal. Freezing temperatures

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Louisiana: Dry Weather Improves Ground Conditions – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

This is the Final “Louisiana Crop Progress and Condition Report” for 2015. We will resume this report in March 2016. We would like to give special thanks to our Parish Agents and the Southern Regional Climate Center for their ongoing

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Welch on Wheat: Crop Conditions Now in Line with Normal

Welch on Wheat: Crop Conditions Now in Line with Normal

πŸ‘€By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Nov 30, 2015

Market Situation Crop Progress. Today’s Crop Progress report is the last of the 2015 season. Weekly national condition reports will resume April 4, 2016. The wheat crop condition index is up 3 points this week to 355, right at the

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Mississippi: Some Fieldwork to be Finished – USDA

Mississippi: Some Fieldwork to be Finished – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

This is the final Mississippi Crop Progress and Condition Report for 2015. We will resume this report in March 2016. We would like to give special thanks to our County Agents and the Southern Region Climate Center for their ongoing

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Georgia: Good Weather for Harvest – USDA

Georgia: Good Weather for Harvest – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

General According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service’s Georgia Field Office, there were 6.2 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, November 29, 2015. Precipitation estimates for the state ranged from no rain up to .12 inches. Average

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Alabama: Good Week For Fieldwork – USDA

Alabama: Good Week For Fieldwork – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

General According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service’s Alabama Field Office, there were 5.9 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, November 29, 2015. Precipitation estimates for the state ranged from no rain in Mobile to 2.24 inches

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Arkansas: Last of Soybean, Peanut Harvests – USDA

Arkansas: Last of Soybean, Peanut Harvests – USDA

πŸ‘€From USDA 🕔Nov 30, 2015

This is the final Arkansas Crop Progress and Condition Report for 2015. We will resume this report in March 2016. We would like to give special thanks to our County Agents and the Southern Regional Climate Center for their ongoing

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