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Georgia: Estimating 2016 ARC, PLC Payments For Covered Commodities

Georgia: Estimating 2016 ARC, PLC Payments For Covered Commodities

👤By Don Shurley and Adam Rabinowitz, University of Georgia Ag Economists 🕔Jul 26, 2017

A PLC payment is issued when the MYA Price is less than the PLC Reference Price. Estimates of the MYA Price are available during the crop marketing year and, while the final MYA Price may not be known, any estimated/projected

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Oil Crops Outlook: Less Burdensome Soybean Stocks Support Prices

Oil Crops Outlook: Less Burdensome Soybean Stocks Support Prices

👤From USDA 🕔Jul 14, 2017

U.S. soybean planted acreage in 2017/18 totaled an all-time high 89.5 million acres, virtually unchanged from farmers’ intended planting in March. With the soybean yield forecast unchanged, a higher estimate of harvested acreage edges up the 2017/18 soybean production forecast

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WASDE Oilseeds: U.S. Production Raised on Increased Harvested Area

WASDE Oilseeds: U.S. Production Raised on Increased Harvested Area

👤From USDA 🕔Jul 12, 2017

U.S. oilseed production for 2017/18 is projected at 127.0 million tons, up 0.2 million from last month, with increases for soybeans, canola, and peanuts only partly offset with a lower forecast for sunflowerseed and cottonseed. Soybean production is projected at

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Midwest and Plains Crop Progress: Conditions Decline in Many Areas

Midwest and Plains Crop Progress: Conditions Decline in Many Areas

👤By Anthony Greder, DTN Managing Editor, and Russ Quinn, DTN Staff Reporter 🕔Jul 11, 2017

Corn, soybean and spring wheat conditions all declined last week, according to USDA’s weekly Crop Progress report released Monday. Corn condition dropped to 65% good to excellent last week, down 3 percentage points from 68% the previous week. Silking was

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Oklahoma Crops Conference, Alva, July 17

Oklahoma Crops Conference, Alva, July 17

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University Ag Communications Services 🕔Jul 10, 2017

Crop producers working in northwestern Oklahoma should register now to attend the July 17 Oklahoma Crops Conference in Alva. “The conference is one of four are putting on in July, with each focusing on all critical crops grown in a

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Oklahoma Crops Conference, El Reno, July 13

Oklahoma Crops Conference, El Reno, July 13

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University Ag Communications Services 🕔Jul 7, 2017

Crop producers working along the Interstate 40 corridor west of Oklahoma City should register now to attend the July 13 Oklahoma Crops Conference in El Reno. “The conference is one of four we will be putting on in July, with

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Oklahoma Crops Conference, Ardmore, July 10

Oklahoma Crops Conference, Ardmore, July 10

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University Ag Communications Services 🕔Jun 30, 2017

Crop producers in southeastern and south-central Oklahoma should register now to attend the July 10 Oklahoma Crops Conference in Ardmore. “The conference is one of four we will be putting on in July, with each focusing on all critical crops

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Tennessee Field Reports: Wet Conditions Slow Field Work

Tennessee Field Reports: Wet Conditions Slow Field Work

👤From USDA 🕔Jun 6, 2017

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 4, 2017. County Agent Comments Tim Campbell, Dyer County All crops progressing well for June 1st. Still have many acres in river bottoms to plant due to flood water issues from

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View from the Cab: Iowa Farmer Planted; Oklahoma Farmer Stalled by Rain

View from the Cab: Iowa Farmer Planted; Oklahoma Farmer Stalled by Rain

👤By Richard Oswald DTN Special Correspondent 🕔May 12, 2017

DTN View From the Cab farmer Brent Judisch of Cedar Falls, Iowa, had a good week. “I worked up a 10-acre piece for corn on Tuesday. Went down Wednesday night before dark and planted it.  “Started spraying bean pre-emerge Wednesday

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Texas Field Reports: Pest Populations Ramping up Around the State

Texas Field Reports: Pest Populations Ramping up Around the State

👤By Adam Russell, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔May 9, 2017

From backyards to planted acres, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologists said pest populations are on the rise around the state. Dr. Sonja Swiger, AgriLife Extension veterinary entomologist, Stephenville, said many pests emerged earlier than usual this year due to

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