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Young Tennessee Farmer Expects to Do Better Every Day – DTN

Editor’s note: Now in its fifth year, DTN/The Progressive Farmer’s America’s Best Young Farmers and Ranchers recognizes the next generation […]

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Tennessee: Biodiesel Production Seminar Set For March In Somerville

Curious about making your own biodiesel fuel? An informational workshop on biodiesel production has been scheduled for Fayette County, Tennessee, […]

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Tennessee Wheat: February Weed Control Considerations

For Poa, metribuzin, Powerflex or Osprey will provide some control depending upon the size of the weed.

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Tennessee: Grains And Agronomy Highlight Winter Meetings

Make sure you take advantage of the upcoming crop production meetings scheduled over the next few weeks.  Pesticide re-certification and […]

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Tennessee Cotton: UT’s XtendFlex Variety Trials Data Available

During the 2014 growing season, the University of Tennessee Cotton Variety Testing program evaluated several of the new Monsanto Bollgard […]

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Taxes: Recent Developments in Treatment of CRP Payments

Are Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) payments to be considered earned income or are they considered to be rental income? The […]

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Tennessee Wheat: Time for Aphid Control Applications

The next 4-5 weeks is the time to consider making a foliar application for aphids in wheat.

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Tennessee: 2015 Insect Control Recommendations

The 2015 version of PB1768, Insect Control Recommendations for Field Crops, is now available online.

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Tennessee Wheat: Still Early for First Split of N Application

To make the most of the first split, target “spring greenup,” or the period in which wheat breaks dormancy and […]

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Tennessee: Farm Bill Meetings Set for January, February

Topics include Farm Bill programs and decisions specific to row crop production in Tennessee:  Base Acre Reallocation, Yield Updates, Agricultural […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Arkansas: Tyson Gives $5M to Help Fund Center for Ag Sciences3-2

    DTN Grain Midday: Ethanol Margins Remain Strong3-2

    DTN Cotton Open: Cash Grower Sales Slump3-2

    Keith Good: Crop Insurance Guarantees to Fall; California Drought “Catastrophic”;3-2

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Contracts Show Moderate Strength3-2

    DTN Grain Open: Starts Month with Quiet Trade3-2

    Rose on Cotton: Gin Show Visit – High Quality Cotton Still in Demand2-28

    Trade Promotion Authority: Vilsack Whips Up Support2-27

    Ethanol: Corn Growers Defend RFS – DTN2-27

    Planting: New Rigs at the Top of Their Game – DTN2-27

    Rice Market: Only Feeble Signs of Price Improvement2-27

    Wheat: Study Sheds Light on Stem Rust Disease in Africa and Asia2-27

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Strong Outside Markets Provide Good Support2-27

    AFB Cotton Close: Selling Continues with Wide Range2-27

    AFB Rice Close: Positive Finish for the Week2-27

    Nebraska: Can You Shoot an Uninvited Drone?2-27

    Turkey Hunting: Tips for the Spring Gobbler Season2-27

    DTN Livestock Close: Slow, Choppy Trade2-27

    Doane Cotton Close: Technical Selling, Profit-Taking Weigh on Market2-27

    Cotton Base Acres Count as Generic Base Under Farm Bill2-27

    Soybeans: Monsanto Plans In-Field Training for Roundup Ready2 Xtend2-27

    DTN Cotton Close: Texas Could See More Freezing Rain, Snow2-27

    Shurley on Cotton: Improvement Slows Down, but What Else Did We Expect?2-27

    Peanut Stocks and Processing: Utilization Up 7%2-27

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights2-27

    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA2-27

    Keith Good: Chinese Corn Imports Not Likely to Recover; Food Stamp Debate Wages On2-27

    Georgia Celebrates National Peanut Month with PB&J Day, Donations2-27

    USDA Changes Deadline: Yield History Update, Reallocation Base Now Due March 312-27

    DTN Livestock Midday: Markets Hit by Selling Pressure2-27

    U.S. Grain Transportation: West Coast Ports Return to Normal2-27

    Pinnacle’s Sanders in 9 Southern States with Newest Acquisition2-27

    DTN Grain Open: Brazil Trucker Strike Fueling Soybean Market2-27

    South Carolina: Got Wild Hogs? Time To Speak Up.2-27

    Texas: Master Marketer Program Hits 25th Year, Going Strong2-27

    Louisiana Rice: Losing Methyl Bromide Creates Challenge For Bin Insect Control2-27

    Iowa Senate Approved Tougher Restrictions on Manure Applications – DTN2-26

    NFL Star Turned Farmer Engages Youth, Community Through Ag – DTN2-26

    Chumrau on Wheat: USDA Forecasts Higher Production in 2015-162-26

    Corn Yields: Expectations for the 2015 Average – What Does History Teach Us?2-26

    ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero2-26

    NRCS Invests $84M Natural Disaster Funds in 13 States2-26

    Georgia: Crabgrass Control Depends on Soil Temperatures2-26

    DTN Cotton Close: Bounces Off New High2-26

    Climate Corporation To Deliver Enhanced Climate Pro Service At $3 Per Acre2-26

    Early Spring Best Time to Test and Tune Farm Machinery2-26

    Ag Conservation Easement Program Accepting Comments on Final Rule2-26

    Pesticide Drift: Calm, Still Days Are Most Dangerous – DTN2-26

    Livestock: Port Resumptions Bring Meat Industry a Sigh of Relief – DTN2-26

    Keith Good: Global Soybean Issues; Vilsack on Crop Insurance; Food Stamps Re-Revisited2-26

    Farm Bill Deadlines Approach: 17 Questions – Answers for Landlords2-25

    U.S. Energy: ExxonMobil California Refinery Outage – Implications for Oil Markets2-25

    Propane Inventories, Prices Dip2-25

    Gas Prices Continue to Climb2-25

    Diesel Prices on the Rise2-25

    DTN Cotton Close: Futures Rally Off Early Losses2-25

    DTN Grain Close: Soybean Prices See-Saw Lower2-25

    California: 9 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas2-25

    Arizona: 2 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas2-25

    Farm Management: 4 Cost Control Plans to Make Ends Meet – DTN2-25

    Texas: Sutton County Designated Natural Disaster Area2-25

    Brazil Soybean Harvest: Truck Driver Blockades Hit Farmers Hard – DTN2-25

    Texas: Planter Clinic, Dimmit, March 112-25

    South Carolina Peach Farmer Honored for Achievement in Produce Innovation2-25

    Keith Good: Exports Damaged by Port Delays; Ethanol Production Cutting Back2-25

    Keith Good: Senate Ag Committee Hears from Farmers2-25

    Crop Insurance: ARC Payments Pretty Good for 2014 Corn2-24

    Revenue Insurance: The Upside Down Safety Net2-24

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices2-24

    Sunbelt Ag Events

     

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