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Dicamba Ban in Arkansas: Monsanto’s Position – Call the Governor

Dicamba Ban in Arkansas: Monsanto’s Position – Call the Governor

👤By Christi Dixon, Monsanto 🕔Jun 24, 2017

Yesterday (Friday, June 24), the Arkansas State Plant Board recommended an action that will prevent farmers from having access to all of the available weed control options.   The recommendation made by the Plant Board to ban the use in

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AgFax Weekend: AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln

AgFax Weekend: AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln

👤AgFax Staff 🕔Jun 23, 2017

This week’s AgFax Weekend – AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln; Ag Bankers Nervous ; and more.

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Rice – Storm Brings Rain, Wind And Worries – AgFax

Rice – Storm Brings Rain, Wind And Worries – AgFax

👤By Owen Taylor 🕔Jun 23, 2017

In places where farmers are still desperately trying to take rice to flood, the storm has its upside – quick, free water.

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Texas Rice: Learning More About the Rice Planthopper in Nicaragua

Texas Rice: Learning More About the Rice Planthopper in Nicaragua

👤By Dr. M.O. (Mo) Way, Professor of Entomology, Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center 🕔Jun 23, 2017

I made a mistake in my last article. I wrote that Entrust has a label to control fall armyworm in organic rice. In fact, Entrust does not have a label for organic rice, but does for small grains. Apparently, rice

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Rice Update: Market Pulls Back, Bullish Potential Remains

Rice Update: Market Pulls Back, Bullish Potential Remains

👤From The Rice Advocate, U.S. Rice Producers Association 🕔Jun 23, 2017

The rice market has taken a bit of a breather since last week’s report as many of the underlying market factors have become less positive during the interim.  Weekly export sales were off very significantly from last weeks’ values. There

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Arkansas Rice: Continued Wet, Overcast Conditions; Welcome to Weed Season

Arkansas Rice: Continued Wet, Overcast Conditions; Welcome to Weed Season

👤By Jarrod Hardke, Yeshi Wamishe, and Scott Stiles, University of Arkansas 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Crop Progress “I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain.”  There are hotter topics in “other” crops this week than what’s going on with rice, but we’ll stay on topic here.  The current tropical depression has dropped considerable rainfall amounts on

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Arkansas Rice College, Stuttgart, Aug. 3

Arkansas Rice College, Stuttgart, Aug. 3

👤By Jarrod Hardke, University of Arkansas 🕔Jun 23, 2017

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture in partnership with the Arkansas Crop Protection Association will be hosting the 2017 Rice College on August 3, 2017 at the Rice Research and Extension Center near Stuttgart, AR starting at 8:00

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California Rice: 3 Steps for Managing Early Seeding Weeds

California Rice: 3 Steps for Managing Early Seeding Weeds

👤By Whitney Brim-DeForest, University of California 🕔Jun 23, 2017

I went out on a few farm calls in the past week, and have noticed a trend. Due to the unusually wet weather this spring, some of the weeds are already producing seed out in the field!

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Dossett On Rice: Correction Ahead In Futures?

Dossett On Rice: Correction Ahead In Futures?

👤by Markham Dossett, Talon Asset Management, LLC, Waco, Texas 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Rice Cash Market Prices in Thailand and Vietnam are staying very strong. India prices are fluctuating every day. U.S. cash bids are firm. South Texas bids are around $10.40/barrel and Arkansas is $5.00/bushel. More rain hit the SW Louisiana rice

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U.S. Rice Allowed Access into Colombia

U.S. Rice Allowed Access into Colombia

👤By Sarah Moran, USA Rice 🕔Jun 22, 2017

On June 6, 2017, the Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA) published “Official Resolution #6705 of 2017” which removed a previous resolution that restricted imported U.S. paddy rice to the port of Barranquilla. The previous resolution also implemented phytosanitary measures for the

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