Alabama

Alabama: Crop Conditions Steady as Temperatures Rise – USDA8-25

Arizona

Arkansas

Arkansas: Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome May Indicate Nematode Problem8-29

Arkansas: Soybean Verification Update8-29

Arkansas: Corn, Sorghum Weekly Update8-29

Arkansas: Flood Damage to Crops Valued at $35.6M8-29

Arkansas: UA Cotton Field Day Slated Sept. 9 at Manila8-26

Arkansas: Harvest Begins in Limited Areas, Rice Fields Being Drained – USDA8-25

Arkansas Soybeans: Cash Market Takes 5-Cent Fall8-25

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California

California: Pinnacle Announces Acquisition of Kerman Ag Resources8-29

California: Cotton Research Update Meeting Sept. 16 in Tulare8-27

California: Alfalfa and Forage Field Day Set Sept. 12 at Kearney8-26

California: Good Growth in Cotton, Almond Harvest Continues – USDA8-25

California Almonds: Water Stress and Varietal Differences8-25

Colorado

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Florida

Sugarcane Aphid In Grain Sorghum: Florida, Georgia Find Infestations8-27

Florida: Armyworms Still a Problem in Hay — USDA8-25

Georgia

Georgia: Crop Consultants Offer Expert Advice For Farming Decisions – VIDEO8-29

Georgia Cotton: Boll-Feeding Insects on the Prowl8-28

Georgia: Cattle Getting Competition from Caterpillars8-28

Georgia: Summer Drought Plus Heat Putting Stress on Crops8-28

Sugarcane Aphid In Grain Sorghum: Florida, Georgia Find Infestations8-27

Georgia: Question of the Week — Pine Devil8-27

Georgia Soybeans: Downy Mildew Prevalent at Low Levels8-27

Illinois

Illinois Soybeans: SDS, White Mold Showing Up8-27

Illinois: Rainfall, Temperature Above Average — USDA8-25

Indiana

Indiana Corn: Crop Progressing Ahead of 2009, Specialist Says8-28

Indiana Corn: Flood, Ponding Damage Possible Late in Growing Season8-26

Indiana: Rainfall Varies from Drops to a Deluge — USDA8-25

Iowa

Kansas

Kansas: KSU Field Day Scheduled Sept. 26 at Columbus8-28

Kansas: Crops Missed by Recent Showers Showing Stress – USDA8-25

Kentucky

Kentucky Soybeans: Stink Bugs Being Trapped in Large Numbers8-26

Kentucky Soybeans: Fungicide Spraying Still a Viable Option8-26

Kentucky: Scattered Rains Benefit Crops, Some Areas Still Dry – USDA8-25

Louisiana

Louisiana: Harvest Progresses Despite Rain Delays – USDA8-25

Louisiana: Jeff Davis Parish Soybean Field Day Slated Sept. 48-25

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Mississippi: Bollworm Catches Decline Again8-29

Mississippi Cotton: Healthy Crop Tempered by Slumping Prices8-29

Mississippi Outdoors: Beaver Management Not a Simple Issue8-29

Mississippi: Fall 2014 Lime Programs8-29

Mississippi: Harvest Gets Underway with Hot, Dry Weather – USDA8-25

Mississippi: Soybean Irrigation Termination8-25

Mississippi Soybeans: Time to Sample for Fertility, Nematodes8-25

Missouri

Missouri Rice: Managing Fall Armyworms8-28

Missouri: Moth Trap Data for Bootheel Pests8-28

Missouri: Fisher Delta Center Field Day Set Sept. 2 in Portageville8-26

Missouri: Corn, Soybeans Making Good Progress — USDA8-25

Nebraska

Nebraska: Late-Season Flooding Effects on Corn8-29

Nebraska Crop Reports: Dryland Fields are in Need of Rain8-29

Nebraska: Rains Limit Irrigation Needs, Improve Crops – USDA8-25

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Carolina Soybeans: Treatment Recommendations for Soybean Loopers8-28

North Carolina Cotton: Bollworms Developing in Bt Fields8-28

North Carolina: Corn Harvest Begins Amid Continued Showers – USDA8-26

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North Dakota

North Dakota: Choosing Between New Crop Insurance Programs8-27

North Dakota: Rains Benefit Crops, Cause Flood Damage – USDA8-25

Ohio

Ohio: Welcome Rain Helps Crop Conditions — USDA8-25

Oklahoma

Oklahoma: Summer Heat Returns, Depletes Soil Moisture – USDA8-25

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Fair Week for Field Work — USDA8-25

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Tennessee: Cotton Variety Tour Slated Sept. 9 in Somerville8-27

Tennessee: Aerial Sowing Cover Crops for Weed Control8-26

Tennessee: UT Cotton Tour Set Sept. 3 at Jackson8-25

Tennessee Soybeans: Late-Planted Crop May Need Fungicide8-25

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Texas

Texas Wheat: New Disease Notification Tool Offered This Season8-27

West Texas Agricultural Chemicals Institute Meeting Sept. 9 at Lubbock8-27

Texas Crop Weather: Watch for Armyworms in Heading Sorghum8-26

Texas Cattle: Ranchers Ponder Replacement Heifers Amid High Prices8-26

Texas: Crops Make Good Progress, Harvests Underway in Some Areas – USDA8-25

Virginia

Virginia: Fall Armyworm Moth Counts Unusually High8-28

Virginia: Rains Boost Soil Moisture, Benefit Crops – USDA8-25

Sunbelt Ag News

    Chicago Board of Trade Closed Monday, Labor Day – September 18-29

    Rose on Cotton: Plenty of Gaps and No Rallies Expected8-29

    Peanut Harvest In N. Fla.; Drought Pushes Digging In Lower SE – AgFax8-29

    Rice Crop: Looking for a Normal Crop, Not a Bumper8-29

    Rice Market: Being Short Tricky but Being Long Takes Patience8-29

    Grain TV: Early Southern Harvest Pressures Basis Levels8-29

    Peanut Stocks and Processing: Utilization Up 2%, Stocks at 1.9B lbs8-29

    Cleveland on Cotton: Chinese Demand Pulling Prices Higher8-29

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Futures Sharply Higher on Positive Cash News8-29

    Doane Cotton Close: Futures Unable to Recover Losses8-29

    DTN Cotton Close: Late Rally Leaves Dec. Flat8-29

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Modest Losses Across the Board8-29

    AFB Cotton Close: Dec. Moves Fractionally Lower8-29

    AFB Rice Close: Futures Chart New Leg Down8-29

    Farm Bill: Cotton Transition Assistance Enrollment Now Open8-29

    Are USDA Corn Yield Forecasts Getting Better or Worse Over Time?8-29

    DTN Grain Close: Markets Settle Lower Ahead of 3 Day Weekend8-29

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights8-29

    DTN Livestock Midday: Hog Futures Surge Higher8-29

    Farmers with Foreign Assets Face New IRS Rules and Serious Penalties8-29

    DTN Grain Midday: All 3 Markets Slide Lower8-29

    Mississippi Outdoors: Beaver Management Not a Simple Issue8-29

    Arkansas: Flood Damage to Crops Valued at $35.6M8-29

    Delta Soybean Yields Start Strong; Sugarcane Aphid Marches On – AgFax8-29

    California: Pinnacle Announces Acquisition of Kerman Ag Resources8-29

    DTN Cotton Open: Extends Prior-Session Loss8-29

    Midwest Farm Lenders Expect Solid Output; Lower Farm Income – Federal Reserve8-29

    Farm Payments to Stakeholders Rise as Gov. Payments Decline – USDA8-29

    Young Farmer in Your Future? – Helping Him or Her is Key to Success. – DTN8-29

    Net Farm Income Forecast to Fall,10.6% Decline Crop Value – USDA8-29

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Pits to Start with Mixed Prices8-29

    DTN Grain Open: Wheat Continues to Rally8-29

    Keith Good: Corn, Soybean Farmers May Face Financial Pinch in 20158-29

    Alabama: Pesticide Clean Days, Sept. 3-48-28

    Oklahoma: Fall Cotton Tour, Hydro, Sept. 118-28

    Rice Harvest Eases Into Gear In Midsouth – AgFax8-28

    Farm Drones Under Scrutiny: Farmers Impatient for FAA Ruling – DTN8-28

    USDA Readies Dairy Program, Producers Able to Sign Up Tuesday – DTN8-28

    AgFax Rice Review: China Could Be Big U.S. Market; Drip Irrigation Good for Yields, Environment8-28

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Inspections Continue to Increase8-28

    Farm Program Decisions Hinge on Uncertain 2014 Crop Prices8-28

    Raindrops Keep Falling on Heads of Many Midwest Farmers — DTN8-28

    Economist: Big Potential in China for U.S. Corn, Livestock Exports8-28

    John Deere Lays Off 460 from Waterloo, Iowa Factory8-28

    U.S. Energy: Retail Gas Prices Follow Crude Prices Lower8-28

    Gasoline Prices: Decline by 2 Cents8-28

    Propane Stocks: Up to 74.7M Barrels8-28

    Diesel Prices: Average Drops a Penny8-28

    Sugarcane Aphid In Grain Sorghum: Florida, Georgia Find Infestations8-27

    Cotton – Midsouth – Bolls Opening, Early Defoliation Nears – AgFax8-27

    Midwest Corn and Soybeans Need Warm, Clear September – AgFax8-27

    Cotton – Southeast – More Open Bolls, Lingering Pests – AgFax8-27

    Farm Groups Map Waters to Block Clean Water Act Changes – DTN8-27

    Texas: 2 More Counties Make Natural Disaster List8-27

    Southwest May Face ‘Megadrought’ This Century, Say Scientists8-27

    China’s Citizenship Reform Should Benefit Farmers — DTN8-27

    What Can We Learn about Corn, Soybean Yields from Crop Tours?8-27

    Consider Sulfur for Your Fertility Plans This Fall — DTN8-27

    Rough Rice: Stocks Down 13 Percent from August 2013 — USDA8-27

    AgFax Peanut Review: Clemson Field Day Next Thurs; New Allergy Research Shows Promise8-27

    South Carolina: Peanut Field Day, Blackville, Sept. 48-27

    Cotton in Southwest – Early Yield Reports Good; Oklahoma Needs Rain – AgFax8-26

    Weather, Insects, Equipment Insurance, Health Issues – What Else? – DTN8-26

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Unlikely to See Significant Declines8-26

    Will High Yields Rescue 2014 Crop Returns? Not for Many.8-26

    Your Farm Business and the Affordable Care Act8-26

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