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    AGFAX NEWSLETTERS

    Midsouth Cotton: Pest Populations Rising — And It Hurts Worse After a Rough Start to Planting   7-2

    Southeast Cotton: Squaring Cotton Pushes Growers to Scout for Plant Bugs   7-1

    Southwest Cotton: More Rain Means More Weeds, But Chemicals Hard to Come By   7-1

    EDITOR’S PICKS

    USDA Announces July 2021 Lending Rates   7-3

    Crop Insurance and Replanting Damaged Fields – DTN   7-2

    Corn, Soy, Wheat Acreage Up from 2020, Cotton Down – USDA   7-2

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Slow Climb Continues   7-3

    Ag Policy: New Bill Would Ban Chinese Land Ownership – DTN   7-2

    Cleveland on Cotton: Speculator Sell-Off Quickly Rebounds   7-3

    Projected 2020 Commodity Title Payments   6-28

    Farm Debt Declines, Loan Performance Improves – Kansas City Fed   7-2

    Rural Infrastructure – Looking to Protect Against Floods, Drought – DTN   7-3

    Biden Admin to Reconsider “Waters of the US” Definition, Associated Regs – Commentary   6-28

    Ag Trade: New Legislation Looks to Fix Ocean Carrier Problems – DTN   6-29

    Farm Lending Remains Strong in 2020 – American Bankers Association Report   7-2

    Livestock: Supreme Court Declines to Hear Prop 12 Case – DTN   6-29

    WEATHER

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Widespread Expansions and Reductions   7-3

    NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – July   7-3

    MARKETS | MONEY | TRADE

    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   7-3

    Arkansas: Rice Tops List of State’s Commodity Exports   7-3

    Rice Market Update: Lackluster Response to USDA Acreage, Stock Reports   7-3

    Corn, Soybeans: Prices Highest Since Ethanol Boom – Looking at Market Factors – DTN   7-3

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   7-2

    Peanut Stocks: Utilization Up 4%, 2.9Bln Pounds in Storage   6-29

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   6-29

    Soybeans: The (Absence of a) Weather Risk Premium in New-Crop Futures Prices   6-28

    Thompson on Cotton: Market Fundamentals Retake Control   6-28

    OTHER NEWS

    Fuel Report: Diesel Up Slightly, Gasoline Climbs   7-3

    Livestock: Easterday Ranch Seeks Court Injunction – DTN   7-3

    Georgia Peanuts: Through the Eyes of a Farmer – James Bryan – Video   7-1

    IN THE FIELD  

    Arkansas Corn and Soybean Acres Rise, Cotton and Rice Fall   7-3

    Mississippi: How to Schedule Irrigation with Watermark Sensors   6-29

    Ag Study: Rising Nighttime Temps Rob Yields in Rice, Wheat   6-28

    Mississippi: Soil Carbon Market Questions   6-29

    Corn | Soybeans

    Alabama Soybeans: Keys to Making High Yields – Video   7-3

    Corn: Researchers Look to Improve Stalk Strength   7-3

    Soybeans: Scout for Aphids but Let Predators Do Their Thing – DTN   7-2

    Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Mid-Season Hail Damage Assessments   7-1

    Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Early Vegetative Lodging, Defoliation   7-1

    Indiana: “Flattened” Corn Caused By Wind Damage – Now What?   7-1

    Virginia Corn, Soybeans: Considerations for Fungicide Use   6-29

    Cotton | Sorghum

    Texas Plains Cotton: Thrips Still a Problem in Later Fields, Be on Watch for Plant Bugs   6-29

    South Carolina Cotton: Aphids on the Rise, Look Out for Spider Mites   6-29

    Texas LRGV: Cotton Mostly Quiet, Pests Picking Up in Sorghum   6-29

    Rice

    Arkansas Rice: Scout for Sheath Blight and Relieve Its Harm   7-1

    Arkansas Rice: Armyworm Management   6-29

    Mississippi Rice, Soybeans: Alert – Poor Control of Fall Armyworm   7-1

    Arkansas Rice: Time to Address Nutrient Management   6-29

    Tobacco

    Tobacco: Crop Coming Back Strong   6-29

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