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    EDITOR’S PICKS

    Projected 2020 Price Loss Coverage Benefits – April Update   4-14

    DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Prices Expected to Rise with Spring Demand   4-13

    Selling Carbon Credits – What Questions Should Farmers Ask?   4-14

    Ag Taxes: Independent-Contractor Classification – Possible Impacts of New Legislation – DTN   4-16

    Vilsack Addresses House Ag Appropriations Subcommittee – DTN   4-16

    Farm Business: How Does Refinancing Affect Your Balance Sheet?   4-14

    5 Safety Tips for Working with Anhydrous – DTN   4-12

    Land Rent: Negotiating Reasonable Rates in Times of High Market Prices   4-15

    Is Your Sprayer Calibrated and Ready for Spring?   4-13

    Biden Budget Proposal Includes 16% USDA Funding Increase   4-16

    Farm Family Shares Lessons Learned from Derecho Damage – DTN   4-13

    Cotton: USDA Announces 2021 Loan Rate Differentials   4-15

    Iowa: Derecho Rebuild on Track – DTN   4-12

    Farm Business: Cash Flow Versus Profitability   4-14

    Livestock: 20 States Fight California Regulation – DTN   4-14

    Ag Economy: Federal Reserve Observations for April – Beige Book   4-16

    Nebraska Ethanol Plant Turns into Environmental, Legal Disaster – DTN   4-14

    Crop Progress: Corn Planting Ahead of Schedule – DTN   4-12

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    WEATHER

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Heavy Rains Hit Central, Eastern U.S.   4-16

    NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – May, June, July   4-16

    WEEDS

    Michigan: Options for Renewing Pesticide Certification   4-15

    Iowa: Preemergence Herbicides, Dry Soils, and Rain   4-13

    Missouri: New Dicamba Label Requirements   4-13

    Alabama Cotton: Ryegrass Burndown Without Roundup   4-13

    Arkansas Rice: Switching POST Residual Herbicides to PRE   4-12

    Louisiana: Ryegrass Control – We Are Not Faring Well   4-12

    Alabama Cotton: PRE Treatments Behind the Planter   4-13

    Nebraska: Cover Crop Termination Tradeoffs   4-12

    Arkansas Rice: Cattail Control   4-12

    THE WEST

    California Walnuts: April Orchard Management Considerations   4-12

    California Walnuts: Starting Spring Irrigation – Too Much Too Soon?   4-12

    MARKETS | MONEY | TRADE

    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   4-16

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   4-16

    Rice Market Update: Farmers Focused on New Crop Planting   4-16

    Moving Grain: State-by-State Infrastructure Needs   4-16

    Shurley on Cotton: Return to Optimism Still On Wobbly Legs   4-14

    Livestock: China Meat Imports Soar Amid African Swine Fever Concerns   4-14

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   4-13

    Ag Trade: Chinese Demand Could Create “Mini Super-Cycle”   4-13

    Brazil Corn: Record Production Expected with 3 Crops per Year   4-13

    U.S. Hog Prices Climb – Imports to the Philippines Rise, Chinese Demand Expected to Moderate   4-12

    Thompson on Cotton: Bullish Numbers Finally Win Out   4-12

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    OTHER NEWS

    Arkansas: Rice Research, Extension Center Receives $2Mln Donation   4-16

    Mississippi: Share the Road During Busy Planting Season   4-16

    Fuel Report: Prices Slip Lower, Propane Stocks Rise   4-14

    Louisiana Rice: LSU Variety Developed for New Orleans Sake   4-13

    Railroads Oppose Canadian Pacific, Kansas City Southern Merger – DTN   4-13

    Arkansas: Feral Hogs – Reducing Populations Key to Minimizing Fiscal, Environmental Impact   4-13

    IN THE FIELD  

    Arkansas: Corn, Rice Planting Progress Stronger Than 2020, Still Behind Average   4-16

    Planter Maintenance: Checking Closing Wheel Alignment – Video   4-12

    North Carolina: Introducing New Diagnostic Key   4-16

    Mississippi: Read the Fertilizer and Lime Labels!   4-12

    Corn | Soybeans

    Nebraska Soybeans: Ongoing Study Looks to Improve Yields, Profits   4-16

    Georgia Corn: Good Time to Stop and Assess Our Crop   4-16

    North Carolina: Soybean Cyst Nematode and HG Types – What Are They, How Can They Help   4-16

    Michigan Soybeans: Assessing Frost/Freeze Damage to Emerged Plants   4-15

    Kentucky Soybeans: Time to Sample for Soybean Cyst Nematodes   4-14

    Minnesota: ‘Strategic Farming: Let’s Talk Crops’ Recordings Available   4-14

    Iowa Corn: Considerations for Seeding Rates   4-12

    Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Early April Planting – Good Idea or Bad Idea?   4-13

    Minnesota Corn: Timing Matters – How to Limit Spring Nitrogen Loss   4-14

    Nebraska Corn: Evaluation of Nitrification Inhibitors   4-13

    Louisiana Soybeans: The Economics of Replanting   4-12

    Iowa Corn: Last Minute Thoughts on N for 2021   4-12

    Nebraska: Avoiding Injury from Seed Corn Maggot   4-12

    Minnesota Corn: Tips to Prevent Fallow Syndrome   4-14

    Iowa: Seedcorn Maggots Get an Early Start   4-12

    Cotton

    Mississippi Cotton: Early Season Management Considerations – Podcast   4-15

    Texas Upper Coast Cotton: Early Season Pest Thresholds   4-12

    Alabama Cotton: Planting Nearing Go Time   4-13

    Texas LRGV IPM: Heavy Thrips in Cotton, Otherwise Mostly Clean   4-12

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    Hemp

    Kentucky Hemp: Last Year’s Diseases Equal This Year’s Risks   4-14

    Livestock

    Pork Producers Face Prop 12 Uncertainty – DTN   4-16

    Livestock: Ag Groups Make Case v. Proposition 12 – DTN   4-16

    Peanuts | Pecans

    Georgia Pecans: Fungicide Schedules – What to Spray and When   4-13

    Florida Peanuts: 4 Early-Season Lessons from 2020   4-12

    Rice

    Arkansas Rice: Fungicide Seed Treatments – To Apply or Not Apply   4-14

    Arkansas Rice: Rains Keep Slowing Planting   4-12

    Wheat

    Texas Blacklands: Widespread Wheat Rusts; Cotton Planting Mostly Finished   4-16

    Hard Red Winter Wheat Farmers Looking for Rain   4-16

    Oklahoma Wheat: Lots of Tan Spot, Conditions Conducive for Other Diseases   4-14

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