Mississippi - News and Analysis

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Mississippi Corn: What is the Cut-Off Date for Planting

Much like last year, frequent rains have delayed corn planting progress thus far during the spring of 2014.

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Mississippi Soybeans: Managing Frogeye Leaf Spot to Reduce Resistance Development

Stand-alone strobilurin fungicides applied to frogeye susceptible soybean varieties will not provide effective management of the fungus if frogeye leaf […]

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Mississippi Wheat: Crop Remains Relatively Disease Free

I’ve been able to scout some fields in south MS over the past month and have not observed much in […]

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Mississippi Catfish: Don’t Let Your Guard Down on Trematodes

Eliminating ramshorn snails is a proven method of controlling a major catfish parasite, but producers must be constantly vigilant to […]

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Mississippi: Muddy Fields, Flooding Delay Planting – US-DA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 6, 2014. According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Mississippi, […]

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Flint on Crops: Which Soybean Varieties Yield Best in Mississippi?

The selection of soybean varieties that will yield well under any given set of conditions has been one of the […]

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Mississippi Rice: In-Season Use of Sharpen

Initially, the most important use pattern for Sharpen application in Mississippi rice will be targeting Palmer amaranth.

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Mississippi: Great Wildlife Food Plots Start with Soil

In the South, springtime means turkey hunting, bass fishing and preparing wildlife food plots. Food plots are the most affordable […]

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Mississippi Soybeans: Choosing Fungicide Products and Rates

Specific differences can be attributed to the products we apply for disease management.

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Mississippi: Weekend Rains Halt Fieldwork – US-DA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 30, 2014. According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Mississippi, […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Grain TV: Corn Exports Tapering Off4-24

    DTN Livestock Close: Spring Rains Trigger New Contract Highs in Feeder Pit4-24

    Doane Cotton Close: Old-Crop Prices Continue Strong4-24

    New Ag Tech Documents, Shares Info from Field, Orchard Analysis4-24

    Crop Insurance: All You Want to Know and More4-24

    DTN Cotton Close: Settles Higher in July, Dec.4-24

    Texas: Insect Scouting School, Amarillo, May 94-24

    Texas: Range and Wildlife Management Field Day, Coryell County, May 64-24

    DTN Grain Close: Wheat Ends Higher, Fewer Canadian Acres Expected4-24

    DTN Livestock Midday: Hogs Lower, Cattle Higher4-24

    AgFax Rice Review: Improved Prospects in CA; India Exports Decline as Thailand’s Increase4-24

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Corn Inspections Remain Strong4-24

    DTN Grain Midday: Wheat Moves 14 to 18 Higher4-24

    Top Considerations When Buying Farm Equipment — DTN4-24

    Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks Between U.S., Japan Bog Down — DTN4-24

    Unmanned Aircraft (UAV) Will Improve Precision Ag Data Collection4-24

    Testing Soil Health on the Farm — DTN4-24

    DTN Cotton Open: Edges Higher in Most-Active July4-24

    U.S. Energy: Typical Seasonal Factors Contribute to Rise in Gas Prices4-24

    Gasoline Prices: Highest Since March 20134-24

    Propane Stocks: Increase by 1.2M Barrels4-24

    Diesel Prices: Average Rises 2 Cents4-24

    DTN Livestock Open: Meat Futures Set for Mixed Start4-24

    DTN Grain Open: Corn Higher in Quiet Trade4-24

    Keith Good: Cattle Prices Moving Up; Porkier Pigs Command Premiums4-24

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Mostly Higher Except in Old-Crop Beans4-23

    AFB Cotton Close: Prices Move Lower4-23

    AFB Rice Close: Mostly Lower in Narrow Range4-23

    Cold, Wet Conditions Harmful to Corn Seeds – DTN4-23

    Other Communities Face Risk of AN Fertilizer Explosions – DTN4-23

    Oklahoma’s Bryan County Declared Natural Disaster Area4-23

    Texas Qualifies as Primary Natural Disaster Area4-23

    AgFax Cotton Review: Chinese Policy Affects Global Markets; A History of Production in Arizona4-23

    Family Owned Cotton Mill Closes. You’ll Never Guess the Location.4-23

    Sierra County, New Mexico Added to Natural Disaster List4-23

    Senate Expected to Pass Upcoming Tax-Extenders Bill – DTN (Updated)4-23

    Exploring Key Elements in Succession Planning — DTN4-23

    Welch on Grain: Modest Increase in Planted Corn Acres4-22

    Cotton: Smaller Pima Plantings Expected for 2014/154-22

    Welch on Wheat: Condition Decline Continues4-22

    Mississippi: MSU Extension Marks Its 1st Century4-22

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices4-22

    Ethanol Campaign Ramps Up as EPA Decision Nears – DTN4-22

    Mid-South Ag, Environmental Law Conference Set May 16 in Tunica, Miss.4-22

    AgFax Grain Review: Chinese Rejections Continue; Still Time to Plant Corn4-22

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Higher for 9th Straight Week4-22

    Pinnacle Acquires Harvey’s Agricultural Solutions4-21

    Livestock: U.S. at Disadvantage in Japan Trade Deal – DTN4-21

    Chemtura AgroSolutions Acquired by Platform Specialty Products4-21

    Indiana: Beck’s Hybrids Expands with $60M Investment4-21

    Wheat Resistance Gene Found Against Stem Rust Pathogen4-21

    Wheat: Study to Develop Climate-Resilient Varieties4-21

    North Carolina Wheat: Head Scab Alert Issued For Eastern Areas4-21

    Good on Grain: How Many Soybean Acres Do We Really Need?4-21

    4 Factors That Have Reshaped Agriculture in Last 10 Years — DTN4-21

    Texas Explosion Prompts Subtle Changes in Fertilizer Industry — DTN4-21

    Flint on Crops: Reniform Nematode Continues to Plague Us4-21

    Sunbelt Ag Events

     

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