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USDA’s planting progress reports had grains lower overnight, but corn and wheat were able to rally to decent gains. Heavy rains in the Midwest forecast raises concerns of delays in corn planting and a possible switch to higher soybean acres.
Over the past 25 years, there have been shifts in crops planted in the United States. Overall, acres in feed grain crops decreased while acres in oilseed crops increased. Feed grain crops losing acres were wheat, oats, barley, and sorghum.
A number of questions have arisen on how to manage the glyphosate-resistant (GR) Johnsongrass that is very prevalent in some corn fields of south west Tennessee.
Planting season is nearly upon us again, and many good producers are getting very antsy about getting into the field, especially our sorghum producers who need to get that crop started and get as much development completed as possible before
One day after soybeans closed higher while corn and wheat stayed mixed, the latter two took a turn higher on Tuesday with emerging concerns about cold and wet weather in the forecast. Soybeans gave back part of Monday’s gain after
Corn and wheat lead at midday with soybeans setting back. CORN Corn trade is 5 to 7 cents higher at midday with short covering developing after overnight weakness. The weather forecast is expected to bring heavy rains into the middle
Planting depth recommendations for Ohio are 1.5 to 2 inches deep to ensure adequate moisture uptake and seed-soil contact. Deeper planting may be recommended as the season progresses and soils become warmer and drier, however planting shallower than 1.5 inches
With this week’s forecasted low temperatures projected to dip into the high 30s (°F) with potential rain events, growers have asked if/how germination will be affected for corn and soybean planted this week. Summary Imbibitional (fast) water uptake occurs within
6:00 a.m. CME Globex: July corn was down 1 3/4 cents, July soybeans were down 4 1/2 cents, and July Chicago wheat was down 1 3/4 cents. CME Globex Recap: July corn and soybeans were modestly lower early Tuesday after
Markets started the week off strong, though wheat was unable to hold onto gains. The French election over the weekend pushed the U.S. dollar lower which continued throughout today’s trade. The forecast for the week is fairly wet for the