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    Ernst Undesser, Web Editor

    AGFAX NEWSLETTERS

    Southwest Cotton: Drought and Hail Damage – Not a Good Start   5-20

    EDITOR’S PICKS

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Continue March Higher   5-20

    Spring Crops Benefitted from May Rains, More Heat Needed – DTN   5-21

    Iowa Farmer Sues Over Paraquat Exposure – DTN   5-20

    Corn, Soybeans: Anticipating USDA Planted Acreage Revisions in 2021   5-20

    National Corn Growers Association Ending Soil Health Partnership – DTN   5-19

    Federal Reserve Ag Credit Surveys- 2021 1st Quarter Farm Economy Conditions   5-17

    Cleveland on Cotton: More Backing Than Filling   5-21

    Biofuels: Court Vacates Refinery RFS Exemptions – DTN   5-20

    Missouri River Floods Case to Head to Appeals Court – DTN   5-19

    Kansas Net Farm Income Climbed in 2020, Boosted by Rising Grain Prices, Govt. Payments   5-18

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    WEATHER

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Widespread, Heavy Rains Miss Upper Midwest   5-21

    NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – June, July, Aug.   5-21

    WEEDS

    Sentris and Glyphosate Tank-Mix Compatibility Problems   5-21

    Arkansas: Dicamba Rule Changes and Recommendations   5-20

    Ohio: Adapting Burndown Programs to Late-Planted Situations   5-20

    Corn Growth Stages and Postemergence Herbicides – Size IS Important   5-20

    Mississippi Soybeans: Postemergence Dicamba Applications in Xtend Crops – Podcast   5-19

    Indiana Corn: Control Of “Volunteer” Corn in a Replant Situation   5-19

    Mixing Order of Pesticides Is Important   5-16

    Indiana Soybeans: Preemergence Herbicides and Seedling Injury   5-19

    Iowa: Adjusting Weed Management Plans After The Dry Start   5-15

    THE WEST

    California Almonds: Water Use Efficiency   5-21

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    MARKETS | MONEY | TRADE

    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   5-21

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   5-21

    Rice Market Update: Farmers Dealing with Heavy Rains, Cooler Temps   5-21

    Global Rice Consumption Increases While U.S. Production Decreases   5-21

    Ag Trade: China Accelerates Corn Orders From U.S., Farmers in Argentina Prepare to Strike   5-21

    Ag Trade: Supply Chain Bottlenecks, Inflation Concerns, Chinese Demand for Corn   5-21

    Grain Transportation: Pacific Northwest Drives Increase in Inspections   5-20

    Ag Trade: Biden Admin. Commits to Resolving EU Retaliatory Tariffs, Including Rice   5-18

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   5-18

    Rice Market: WASDE Neutral for Old Crop, Bearish for New   5-17

    Thompson on Cotton: Profit Taking Selloff Unexpected, Likely Temporary   5-17

    Shurley on Cotton: Bad Week Hopefully Just a Hiccup   5-17

    Cleveland on Cotton: Market Remains Bullish Despite “Black Swan” Setbacks   5-17

    OTHER NEWS

    Georgia Peanut Farmers Donate 70,560 Jars of Peanut Butter to Food Banks   5-21

    Fuel Report: Prices Jump Higher   5-20

    IN THE FIELD  

    Mississippi: Irrigation – How to Install Watermark Sensors   5-18

    Mississippi: Cool, Wet Conditions Increase Slug Concerns   5-18

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    Corn | Soybeans

    Illinois Corn, Soybeans: High Return Outlook for 2021   5-21

    Ohio Soybeans: Stand Evaluation and Re-Plant Decisions   5-21

    Corn Belt: Be on Alert for Black Cutworms – DTN   5-20

    Indiana Soybeans: Emergence Concerns and Replant Considerations   5-18

    Mississippi Soybeans, Cotton: Managing with Delays in Planting – Podcast   5-18

    Indiana Soybeans: Seedcorn Maggots Damaging Early-Planted Crops   5-18

    Indiana Corn, Soybeans: Heavy Rains Lead to Replant Decisions – Podcast   5-18

    Iowa Corn: Begin Scouting for Black Cutworm   5-15

    Peanuts

    Arkansas Peanuts: Section 18 Approved for Brake Herbicide   5-20

    Rice

    Arkansas Rice: Starter N Fertilizers – Should You Make an Application?   5-17

    Arkansas Rice: ‘Twas the Weather Killed the Acres   5-17

    Tobacco

    Tobacco: Very Dry for Flue-Cured Growers   5-21

    Wheat

    Wheat Tour Estimates 58.1 BPA Yield – DTN   5-21

    Oklahoma Wheat: Prepare Storage Facilities Prior to Harvest   5-17

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