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    Ernst Undesser, Web Editor

    EDITOR’S PICKS

    Farm Journal Announces Upcoming Acquisition of AgFax   4-30

    Ag Chemicals in Short Supply – DTN   4-26

    Court Rules on Chlorpyrifos – DTN   4-30

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Price Rise Continues, Albeit Slower   4-29

    Economic Opportunities for Farmers, Ranchers from Climate Legislation? – DTN   4-30

    Biden Plan Would Raise Farm Taxes, Says Specialist – DTN   4-30

    Ag Economy: Reduced Demand for Farm Loans in 1st Quarter   4-27

    Biofuel-Blending Waiver Case Receives Supreme Court Hearing   4-29

    Biden Makes Case for Big Spending Plans – DTN   4-30

    Farm Family Business: Younger Generations Should Return for Right Reasons – DTN   4-27

    Monarch Deploys 1st Fully Electric Tractors – DTN   4-26

    Corn, Soybeans: How Do USDA Planted Acreage Revisions Compare to Prevented Plant Acreage?   4-29

    Biofuels: Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Major RFS Case – DTN   4-27

    Vilsack Endorses New EPA Head – DTN   4-26

    Tax Plan Targets Stepped-Up Basis, Exempts Family Businesses – DTN   4-29

    Biofuels: Renewable Diesel Demand Garners Attention Amid Soy Price Gains   4-26

    Biden Announces Climate Policies on Earth Day – DTN   4-26

    WEATHER

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Rains Hit Parts of West, Drench Gulf Coast   4-30

    NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – May   4-30

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    WEEDS

    Pennsylvania: Marestail Burndown – What Options Are Available?   4-27

    North Carolina Soybeans: Preemergence Herbicide Decisions   4-27

    Tennessee Corn: Ryegrass Management   4-27

    Mississippi Corn, Soybeans: Early-Season Weed Control – Podcast   4-27

    Tennessee: Rule Prohibiting Use of Older Dicamba Formulations Fast Approaching   4-27

    Georgia: 5 Thoughts on Herbicides Following the Big Rain   4-26

    North Carolina: Using Corn to Your Advantage in Weed Control – Video   4-27

    Kentucky Soybeans: Residual Herbicide Decision Publication Now Available   4-26

    Tennessee: Palmer Pigweed Has Started to Emerge   4-26

    THE WEST

    California Almonds: Nutrient Management in a Lean Price Year   4-28

    California Almonds: Dealing with Iron Deficiency   4-26

    MARKETS | MONEY | TRADE

    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   4-30

    Ag Trade: USA Rice Supports Retaliatory Duties on Indian Rice Imports   4-30

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   4-30

    Corn Prices Boosted by Ethanol Demand; Impacts on Wheat Usage   4-30

    Rice Market Update: Prices Unaffected by Weak Long-Grain Export Demand   4-30

    Livestock: Cash Cattle Prices Undercut by 2 Main Problems – DTN   4-29

    Moving Grain: Drought Causes Barge Transportation Issues in South America   4-29

    Grain Markets: Prices Hit Highest Levels Since 2013   4-28

    Rice Market: Corn, Soy Strength Provide Spillover Support   4-27

    Corn Market: Exports Drive Demand as Available Supply Diminishes   4-27

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   4-27

    Corn, Soybeans: How Do USDA Planted Acreage Revisions Affect Price, Planting Progress?   4-26

    $6 Cash Corn Bids Blanket Midwest – DTN   4-26

    Peanut Stocks: Utilization Up 4%, 3.55Bln Pounds in Storage   4-26

    Soybean Cash Prices Soar Above $15 – DTN   4-26

    Thompson on Cotton: Concerns Over Southwest Crop, Foreign COVID Cases   4-26

    Grain Transportation: Canadian National Railway Enters Bid for Kansas City Southern – DTN   4-26

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    OTHER NEWS

    Louisiana: Equipment Donation Aids LSU AgCenter Research   4-30

    Fuel Report: Diesel Prices Unchanged, Gasoline Rises   4-28

    Florida: Hope for the Wild Hog Problem   4-27

    IN THE FIELD  

    Alabama: Evaluating Lime Sources – Video   4-26

    Corn | Soybeans

    Cover Crop Termination Timing Can Help Manage Soil Moisture   4-30

    Pennsylvania: Should You Pull the Plug on Planting Green This Year?   4-29

    Illinois Corn: Adjusting Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates to Price Changes   4-29

    Florida Corn, Soybeans: Springtime Means Cutworms – Scout Fields Now   4-28

    Nebraska: Starter Fertilizer — When is it Needed?   4-28

    Iowa Soybeans: Seed Depth in Dry Conditions   4-27

    Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Taking a Look at Recent Yields   4-28

    Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Potential Weather Impacts   4-27

    Minnesota Soybeans: Can You Safely Apply Potash Ahead of Planting?   4-26

    Iowa: How Useful Is ATS in Crop Production?   4-26

    Mississippi Soybeans: Do Insecticide Seed Treatments Pay?   4-26

    Minnesota: Continuous Corn Nutrient Management – Podcast   4-26

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    Cotton | Sorghum

    Texas LRGV: Aphids Active, Be Aware of Volunteer Cotton in Replanted Fields   4-30

    Texas Blacklands IPM: Lots of Pests but No Economic Threats for Now   4-30

    North Carolina Cotton: How to Nail 2021 Thrips Management   4-28

    Alabama Cotton: Controlling Early Season Pests   4-27

    North Carolina Cotton: Planting Forecast Looks Good   4-27

    Mississippi: Grain Sorghum Planting Recommendations for 2021 – Podcast   4-27

    Alabama Cotton: Will You Need to Spray Thrips This Year?   4-27

    North Carolina Cotton: Thoughts on Planting   4-27

    Peanuts | Pecans

    Georgia: 2021 Pecan Nut Casebearer Monitoring   4-29

    Georgia Peanuts: Planting Season Is Thrips Season   4-28

    Georgia Pecans: Are Trees Slow Developing Foliage, Flowers This Year?   4-27

    Rice

    Arkansas Rice: Rain Delays Return   4-30

    Mississippi Rice: Considerations for Insecticide Seed Treatments in 2021   4-26

    Arkansas Rice: Planting Finally Takes Off   4-27

    Wheat

    Tennessee Wheat: Stripe Rust, Bacterial Leaf Streak, and Head Scab Risk   4-30

    Virginia Wheat: Disease Pressure Low, Be Ready to Spray for Fusarium Head Blight   4-29

    Kentucky Wheat: Fungicide Management Considerations for Fusarium Head Blight   4-28

    Mississippi Wheat: Should We Treat Stink Bugs?   4-26

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