Alabama

Alabama: Harvest Advances as Dry Weather Persists – USDA9-29

Arizona

Arkansas

Arkansas: Rice Verification Program Weekly Update9-29

Arkansas Soybeans: Cash Market Shows 71-Cent Decline9-29

Arkansas: Corn, Grain Sorghum Weekly Update9-29

Arkansas: Corn Harvest at 74% with Favorable Weather9-26

Arkansas Soybeans: Cash Market Finishes At A Loss9-24

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California

California Almonds: Fall Soil Sampling for Salinity Management9-30

California: Rice Harvest Progress as Rains Move Through Northern Areas – USDA9-29

AgFax Almond Review: New Orchards Reduce Farm Jobs, Biodiversity9-29

Colorado

Delaware

Florida

Florida: Invasive Cogongrass Treatment Cost-Share Program Available9-26

Florida Peanuts: Pod-Blasting Vitally Important This Year9-26

Florida Sorghum: Transform WG Approved for White Sugarcane Aphids9-25

Georgia

Georgia: Weather Causes Issues in Some Areas — USDA9-29

Georgia Sorghum: Charcoal Rot Becomes Concern9-29

Georgia Peanuts: Late Leafspot Showing Up9-26

Georgia: Question of the Week — Ga 12Y Mature9-26

Georgia: Fall Armyworms Live Up to Their Name9-26

Georgia Cotton: Nematode Issues in Sandy Soils9-26

Georgia Peanuts: Serious Nematode Problems Develop9-26

Illinois


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Indiana

Indiana: Farm Fatalities Continue Downward Trend9-24

Iowa

Iowa Soybeans: Cover Crops and SCN — What’s the Connection?9-26

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: Quality and Storage of 2014 Crop9-25

Kansas

Kansas: Revised Edition of Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide Now Available9-25

Kentucky

Kentucky Soybeans: Familiar Pest Beginning to Appear9-24

Louisiana

Louisiana Sorghum: Preliminary Results for Official Variety Trials9-29

Louisiana: Ag Officials Ask for New Rules for Drones9-26

Louisiana Sweet Potatoes: Early Harvest Signals Good Crop9-26

Louisiana Grain Sorghum: Challenging Season Winding Down9-25

Michigan

Michigan: Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Expands Range9-26

Michigan: Recommendations for Harvesting Lodged Soybeans9-26

Michigan Corn: Impact of Early Frost on Silage Quality9-25

Minnesota

Mississippi

Flint on Crops: What is a Good Variety Worth?9-29

Mississippi Hunting: Put Cleanliness First When Processing Deer9-24

Mississippi Wheat: MSU’s Short List of Suggested Varieties9-24

Missouri

Nebraska

Nebraska: New Study Addresses Climate Change Challenges – DTN9-26

New Mexico

North Carolina

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North Dakota

Ohio

Ohio: Conditions Promote Maturity, Harvest — USDA9-29

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Corn, Soybean Harvests Begin on Limited Basis – USDA9-30

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Tennessee Cotton: Forecast Looks Favorable for Defoliation9-29

Tennessee: Cotton Transition Assistance Program Sign-Up Ends Oct. 79-25

West Tennessee Ginner Voices Concern

Specialists Speak: Rolling to Finish Line

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Texas

Texas: Harvest, Wheat Planting Continue Among Widespread Rains – USDA9-29

Texas: Online Tool Can Help with Farm Program Decisions9-26

Texas Cotton: Prices in Decline as Harvest Approaches9-26

Texas: Quail Appreciation Day Slated Oct. 15 in Floresville9-25

Virginia

Sunbelt Ag News

    Doane Cotton Close: Analyst Predicts 40 Cent Futures9-30

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Prices Lower Despite Bullish Soy Stocks9-30

    AFB Cotton Close: Futures in the Red9-30

    AFB Rice Close: Futures Fractionally Mixed9-30

    DTN Cotton Close: Slips to New Lows9-30

    AgFax Cotton Review: Global Supply Hurts Prices; Cotton Transition Assistance Program Deadline Looms9-30

    DTN Grain Close: Markets Move Lower Following USDA Report9-30

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices9-30

    DTN Livestock Midday: Live Cattle Futures Slip Lower9-30

    USDA Grain Stocks: Corn Up 50%, Wheat 2; Soybeans Drop 359-30

    DTN Grain Midday: Wheat Futures 7 to 10 Lower9-30

    USDA Wheat: Production Drops 5 Percent from 20139-30

    DTN Cotton Open: Trades on Slight Loss Near Low9-30

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Futures Staged to Begin Higher9-30

    DTN Grain Open: Futures Start Out Lower9-30

    Keith Good: ‘Misinformation’ Muddles Clean Water Act, EPA Chief Says9-30

    Grain TV: Short Covering Ahead of Grain Stocks Report9-29

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Complex Soars to All-Time Highs9-29

    Grain Storage, Transportation Worries Mount — DTN9-29

    Soybeans: Protein, Oil Values Rate More Market Attention — DTN9-29

    Soybean Harvest Rises by 7 Points, Corn 5 — DTN9-29

    Growing Demand for Pork Likely to be Met — and Quickly9-29

    Peanut Stocks and Processing: Utilization Up 4%, Stocks at 1.4B Pounds9-29

    Peanuts: New Revenue Policy Implemented by USDA9-29

    Flint on Crops: What is a Good Variety Worth?9-29

    Southern Grain Crops In 2014 – Top 10 Trends, Issues, Setbacks – AgFax9-28

    Farm to Table: Something Old is New Again. – AgFax9-26

    Rice: Mexico To Restore Import Tariffs on Asian Rice9-26

    Rice Crop: Delta Area Harvests Picking Up Steam9-26

    Rice Market: Strong Friday Push Makes for a Positive Week9-26

    Rose on Cotton: Bearish News – We got plenty.9-26

    Cleveland on Cotton: Chinese Moves Send Market into Free Fall9-26

    Sizing Up Sudden Death Syndrome: Management Decisions to Fight Back – DTN9-26

    Nebraska: New Study Addresses Climate Change Challenges – DTN9-26

    GMO Wheat Appears in Montana as USDA Wraps Up Oregon Investigation – DTN9-26

    Welch on Wheat: Harvest Behind Normal, Conditions Decline9-26

    Louisiana: Ag Officials Ask for New Rules for Drones9-26

    Welch on Grain: Corn Condition Improves Slightly9-26

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights9-26

    Shurley on Cotton: Carefully Consider Selling Options9-26

    AgFax Wildlife Review: S.C. National Park Confronts Wild Hog Problem9-26

    Crop Insurance Details Clearing Up — DTN9-26

    Crop Insurance: ARC-PLC Regulation and Decision Tools9-25

    Taxes: Definition of Insanity, Cheat the IRS on Land Sales – DTN9-25

    Kansas: Revised Edition of Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide Now Available9-25

    U.S. Energy: Weak Demand, Plentiful Supply Drive Drop in Oil Prices9-25

    Gasoline Prices: Average Down 6 Cents9-25

    Propane Stocks: Rise by 1.7M Barrels9-25

    Diesel Prices: Lowest in Over 2 Years9-25

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Inspections Highest Since May9-25

    Growing Cycles Differ Greatly from Iowa to Florida — DTN9-25

    Iowa-Based Company to Build Ethanol Plant in Brazil — DTN9-25

    Big Data Drives Smarter Decisions on Farm — DTN9-25

    Corn Belt Growers Eager to Get Harvest Rolling — DTN9-25

    Minnesota: 18 Counties Declared Natural Disaster Areas9-24

    Tennessee: 8 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas9-24

    Sunbelt Ag Events

     

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