North Carolina - News and Analysis

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North Carolina Soybeans: Fewer Kudzu Bugs This Season

We have rapidly become accustomed to dealing with kudzu bugs in our soybeans throughout the season.  So the question is, […]

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North Carolina Soybeans: Midseason Insect Concerns

Because we won’t be dealing with many kudzu bugs this season, we need to focus our efforts on the other […]

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North Carolina: Rains Benefit Crops, Slow Field Work – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending July 27, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 5.0. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Rediscovering Grain Sorghum — DTN

Midway through the final field of grain sorghum harvest last fall, North Carolinian Jason Rhodes dumped a portion of the […]

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North Carolina: Southern Corn Rust Management

Confirmation of Southern Corn Rust in Craven County Confirmation of Southern Corn Rust within Craven County was determined by our office […]

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North Carolina Cotton: Scouting for Boll Injury from Stink Bugs

Higher injury numbers have been found in cotton that’s in the first full week of bloom.

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North Carolina Cotton: Stink Bug Management

Stink bugs are tearing through cotton that has bolls. Both plant bugs and especially stink bugs and their damage vary […]

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North Carolina: Southern Corn Rust Spreading, Some Areas Need Water – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending July 20, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 5.6. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Soil Information Class Available to Public Online

Digging for knowledge about soils can now be done from the comfort of your favorite chair, thanks to an innovative […]

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North Carolina Corn: Southern Rust Alert, Spray Susceptible Hybrids

Southern Corn Rust has been found in Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Wilson, Wayne and Johnston Counties to date. The current weather […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Rose on Cotton: July Was Bad and It’s an Oversold Market8-1

    Southern Grain: Enough Insects; Corn Harvest; Sugarcane Aphids – AgFax8-1

    Rice Harvest Eases Into Gear In Southern Belt – AgFax8-1

    Cotton in MidSouth: Plant Bugs Persist, Aphids Problematic -AgFax8-1

    Southern Soybeans – Insects Picking Up In Places – AgFax8-1

    This Week in U.S. Rice: Cooler Nights Helping the Crop8-1

    Peanuts: “Wormy” Year Continues In SE; Crop In West Looks Nice – AgFax8-1

    Rice Market Update: Sideways and Down by Week’s End8-1

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Futures Significanly Lower Despite Cash Premiums8-1

    Grain TV: Weather Forecast Drives Corn, Beans Lower8-1

    Missouri Rice: Wintersteiger Delta Plot Combine Comes to the Bootheel8-1

    Corn and Soybeans: Expected Price Distributions for 20148-1

    Weekly Cotton Market Review: Regional Summaries8-1

    Arkansas Rice Expo Draws 1K People for Farming, Family, and Food8-1

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Corn, Soybeans Fall, Wheat Mostly Higher8-1

    AFB Cotton Close: Oversold Market Ekes Modest Gains8-1

    AFB Rice Close: Futures Testing Support8-1

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights8-1

    DTN Cotton Close: Rallies from New Low to Close Higher8-1

    DTN Grain Close: Rain Anticipation Sends Corn, Beans Lower8-1

    DTN Livestock Midday: Triple-Digit Losses Swamp Cattle Pits8-1

    Corn: Are 2 Ears Better Than 1? That is the Question — DTN8-1

    DTN Grain Midday: Soybeans 18 to 22 Lower8-1

    DTN Cotton Open: Falls to Another New Contract Low8-1

    DTN Livestock Open: Pressure Likely in Cattle Futures8-1

    DTN Grain Open: Corn, Soybeans Begin Lower8-1

    Louisiana: Farmers Voice Concerns About Clean Water Act8-1

    Keith Good: ‘Exceptional’ Drought Now Covers 58% of California8-1

    Doane Cotton Close: Crop Conditions Up, Prices Down7-31

    Soybeans: Conditions Favorable for Sudden Death Syndrome Development – DTN7-31

    2 Safety Nets Could Protect Farmers from Low Prices, Say Economists7-31

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Wheat, Corn Inspections for Export Sink7-31

    U.S. Energy: Global Growth in Gasoline Use Outpacing Diesel7-31

    Gasoline Prices: Decrease by 5 Cents7-31

    Propane Stocks: Continue to Rise7-31

    Diesel Prices: Average Drops a Penny7-31

    Georgia Corn: Growers Warned About Southern Corn Rust7-31

    Corn Looking Good in Midwest; Soybeans Need Rain – AgFax7-30

    Cotton – Southwest Growers Seeing More Disease, Insects – AgFax7-30

    Cleveland on Cotton: Harvest Weather Dictates Market’s Next Big Move7-30

    First U.S. Soybean Crop for the Year Harvested in South Texas7-30

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Slow Season Expected for Fertilizer Booking7-30

    Cotton In Southeast – Stink Bugs Build But Plant Bugs, Aphids Linger – AgFax7-30

    Peanut Stocks and Processing: Utilization Up 2% from Last Year7-30

    Virginia Ag Expo, Lottsburg, Aug. 77-30

    AgFax Cotton Review: Possible Rise in Chinese Imports; Pigweed Problems in Texas7-30

    Endangered Species Act Reform Passes House — DTN7-30

    USDA Preps for Possible Invasion by Old World Bollworm — DTN7-30

    On-Farm Operation Audit is Good Management Tool – DTN7-29

    Mississippi: MSU Wild Hog Research Needs Foresters, Farmers7-29

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices7-29

    AgFax Grain Review: Chinese Trade Issues Continue; Navy to Purchase 37M Gallons of Biofuels7-29

    Crop Progress: Corn, Soybean Conditions Decline, Still at Historical Highs – DTN7-28

    DDGs: China Issues New Import Rules, U.S. Unlikely to Comply – DTN7-28

    Cattle: Minimizing the Risk of Scours — DTN7-28

    Good on Grain: Storing the 2014 Corn Crop7-28

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