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    Ernst Undesser, Web Editor
    AGFAX NEWSLETTERS

    Midsouth Cotton: Cotton Is Out of Our Hands, Hurricane Ida Causes Close Call   9-3

    Southeast Cotton: Dealing with Insects and Scoping Out Storm Damage   9-3

    Southwest Cotton: Worms Are Playing Leapfrog   9-2

    EDITOR’S PICKS

    Property Theft: 3 Steps to Protect Your Possessions on the Farm – DTN   8-31

    Farm Taxes: Mitigating Potential Weather Related Consequences – DTN   9-3

    Pest Management: 3 Neonicotinoids Ruled a Threat to Endangered Species – DTN   9-2

    Cleveland on Cotton: Seat at the Dollar Table Depends on Mother Nature   9-4

    Breeding Better Seed to Withstand Weather Disasters – DTN   9-4

    Farm Family Business: 3 Scars to Avoid Leaving Your Successor – DTN   9-4

    Ag Economy: Farmers’ Optimism Tempering as Harvest Approaches – DTN   9-2

    Biofuels: EPA Moves to Remand ’18 RFS Exemptions – DTN   9-2

    Kinze Unveils New Grain Cart at Farm Progress Show – DTN   9-2

    WEATHER

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Widespread Improvements Across Midwest, Plains   9-4

    NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – September   9-4

    THE WEST

    California Almonds: Sept. Orchard Management Considerations   9-2

    MARKETS | MONEY | TRADE

    Distiller’s Grains: Prices Lower Despite Decreased Production – DTN   9-4

    Rice Market Update: Hurricane Ida Damages NOLA Vessel Loading Facilities   9-4

    Grain Export Flow Expected to Shift from Ida Damage – DTN   9-3

    Corn Market: Strong Prices Come at a Cost – DTN   9-3

    Ag Trade: Container Shipping Crisis Drags On – DTN   8-31

    Peanut Stocks: Utilization Up 3%, 2Bln Pounds in Storage   8-30

    Thompson on Cotton: Does Downside Risk Outweigh Upside Potential?   8-30

    IN THE FIELD  

    Corn | Soybeans

    Nebraska: Crown and Stalk Rot Sampling Tips   8-31

    Cotton | Sorghum

    Texas West Plains Cotton: Pests Mostly Quiet, Lygus on the Rise   8-30

    Texas Plains Cotton: Lygus Remain Most Prominent Pest   8-30

    Peanuts

    Florida Peanuts: Most Fields Look 30-60 Days to Peak Maturity   9-1

    Florida: Peanut Rust Found, Scout Your Fields   8-30

    Rice

    Arkansas Rice: Early Harvest Yields Look Good, Milling a Mixed Bag   9-1

    Tobacco

    Tobacco: Harvest Hits Stride in Burley Country   8-31

    Wheat

    Wheat: 2022 National Yield Contest to Reward Higher Quality – DTN   9-2

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