AGFAX WEEKEND

  

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AGFAX ENEWS

 

Rice: Midsouth Crop Rushes To Flood, Finally – AgFax   6-8

 

Cotton – Midsouth – Plant Bugs Moving, Bollworms Stage Big, Early Flight – AgFax   6-7

 

Cotton – Southeast – Wrapping Up Planting, Hints Of More Doublecropping – AgFax   6-7

 

Cotton – Southwest – Rain Helps; Residuals Working – AgFax   6-6

 

California Almonds: Bugs Bear Watching, NOW Counts Getting Attention – AgFax   6-3

 

EDITOR'S PICKS

 

New Bayer Today; BASF Takes Over “Old” Bayer Traits, Seeds – DTN   6-8

 

Farm Trucking: Electronic Log Device – Non-Livestock Hauling – June 19 Enforcement – DTN   6-5

 

Cotton: Herbicide Resistance? Texas Researchers Find Cheap, Deadly Answer   6-5

 

Farm Bill: House Ag Bill Would Eliminate Conservation Stewardship Program   6-8

 

Iowa: Farm Nutrient Runoff Worse, Despite 5-Year Reduction Strategy – DTN   6-4

 

Wheat, Soy Export Sales Bearish – DTN   6-8

 

Livestock: Pork Industry – Future Not Looking Good   6-4

 

Corn Market: Bullish Impact Fades – Large Position Liquidations – DTN   6-6

 

Cleveland on Cotton: Juice is Flowing – Look at Pricing 2019, 2020 Production   6-8

 

Bayer Seeks Positive Change – Monsanto Name to Disappear – DTN   6-5

 

Ag Barometer: Producers More Optimistic About Future   6-5

 

Farm Bill: Senate Ag Committee Promises a “Markup” Bill on June 13 – DTN   6-8

 

Rice: FDA Gives Golden Rice a Nod – DTN   6-4

 

Farm Bill and SNAP: Reality of Cutting $126 Monthly Payment – Commentary   6-5

 

Ag Policy: Price Loss Coverage Favors “Other Oilseeds”   6-4  

  

  

  

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Rose on Cotton: Moving Toward a Dollar – Think Option Pits   6-8

 

Kansas: Net Farm Income Climbs, Still Far Below 3 Years Ago – Podcast   6-7

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   6-8

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   6-8

 

Moving Grain: Corn Export Forecast Up – Reduced South American Prospects   6-7

 

Thompson On Cotton: Strong Market Momentum Still With Us   6-7

 

Webinar: Corn, Soybeans – Updated Supply/Demand/Price Prospects – June 29   6-7

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   6-5

 

DDG Weekly – Spot Offers Aggressive – DTN   6-4

 

FERTILIZER

 

DTN Fertilizer Trends: Spring Applications Wrap Up   6-7

 

DTN Fertilizer Outlook – Wholesale Prices and Trends   6-6

 

Illinois: Fertilizer, Seed, Chemical Costs – 2019 Projections   6-7

 

WEEDS

 

Old Weeds Return: Cocklebur, Velvetleaf – Beyond Roundup Ready – DTN   6-6

 

Dicamba and 2,4-D Injury: See it in Your Field? 4 Actions to Take – DTN   6-7

 

Dicamba Injury Reports, 2018: What a Difference a Year Makes   6-7

 

Pennsylvania Corn: Herbicide Injury, Wet Weather  6-7

 

Georgia: Dicamba – Don’t Make 2018 ‘The Year Of Resistance’   6-6

 

Nebraska Corn: Postemergence Dicamba-based Herbicide Applications   6-6

 

Texas Corn: Post-Emergent Herbicide Timing is Key   6-6

 

Herbicide Resistance: A Conversation Might Be Your Best Management Tool   6-6

 

World Rough Rice Prices Decline   6-6

 

Illinois Soybeans: Residual Herbicides Applied Postemergence   6-6

 

Kentucky: Dicamba – Postemergence Applications – Restrictions Reminders   6-6

 

Tennessee Cotton: Dicamba – Measuring Boom Height – Video   6-5

 

Tennessee Cotton: Dicamba – When Sensitive Vegetation Is Downwind – Video   6-5

 

Arkansas Rice: Plant Board – Advisory – Loyant Herbicide  

 

THE WEST

 

California Almonds: Spotlight on Irrigation – Will Martin   6-4

 

California Rice: Overall Off to a Good Start   6-8

 

California Almonds: Bugs Bear Watching, NOW Counts Getting Attention   6-3

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Heavy Rains, Record High Temps   6-7

 

Arkansas: Storm Wreaks Havoc  6-5

 

Nebraska Weather: Patterns Continue, Drought Areas Likely Expand – Video   6-4

 

LIVESTOCK

 

Texas Livestock: Anthrax Confirmed in Jim Hogg County Calf   6-6

 

FARM BILL | POLICY | CROP INSURANCE

 

Farm Policy: Corn Belt Farmers Uneasy Over Potential Policy Impacts   6-6

 

Ethanol, Farm Supporters Continue Ongoing Battle with EPA – DTN   6-7

 

Farm Policy: Hard to Keep Score – Trade Tariff Volleys   6-5

  

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IN THE FIELD

 

Iowa: Conservation – Navigating Through a Soil Health Assessment   6-7

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: Would a Fungicide Benefit Hail-Damaged Crops?   6-8

 

Tennessee Corn, Soybeans: Irrigation Reminders   6-8

 

Indiana Corn, Soybeans: Herbicide Applications – Growth Stage Cutoffs   6-8

 

Tennessee Soybeans: Dicamba Alternatives Near Sensitive Vegetation – Video   6-8

 

Minnesota Corn: Rootworms – Activity, Bt Resistance – Podcast   6-8

 

Pennsylvania Corn: Is Your Nitrogen Still There?   6-7

 

Iowa Corn: Stalk Borers on the Move   6-7

 

Iowa Corn: Buggy Whipping, Twisted Whorls, Yellow Leaves   6-6

 

Minnesota Corn: Mastering the Pre-Sidedress Nitrate Test – Podcast   6-6

 

Nebraska Corn, Soy: Crop Yields – What’s the Impact of Volunteer Corn?   6-5

 

Illinois: Soybean Cyst Nematodes – Race Shifts, Cover Crops 6-5

 

Ohio Corn: Early Coloration – Green, Purple, or Yellow?   6-5

 

Texas Corn: Growth Stages and POST Herbicide Timing   6-5

 

Ohio Corn: Leaf Striping Often Temporary   6-5

 

Minnesota: Soybean Cyst Nematode – The Biggest Yield Inhibitor   6-5

 

Nebraska: Volunteer Corn Control in Soybeans and Corn Fields   6-4

 

Soybeans: New App Helps Manage White Mold – Podcast   6-4

 

Mississippi Soybeans: Miravis Fungicide Moves Closer – Good News, Cautionary Notes   6-3

 

Cotton | Grain Sorghum

 

South Carolina Cotton: Current Pests “Of Concern”   6-8

 

West Texas: 4 Seed Cotton Program Sign-Up Workshops in June, July   6-7

 

Tennessee Cotton: Dicamba – Measuring Boom Height – Video   6-5

 

Georgia Cotton: Prevented Planting And Crop Insurance – 5 Common Questions   6-5

 

Tennessee Cotton: Dicamba – When Sensitive Vegetation Is Downwind – Video   6-5

 

Texas Plains Cotton: Wireworms, Thrips, Drought Stress   6-4

 

Texas Upper Coast Cotton: Pests Light - Stink Bugs -  Bollworms   6-4

 

Peanuts | Pecans   

 

Georgia Peanuts: Controlling Tropical Spiderwort/Benghal Dayflower   6-8

 

Rice

 

Mississippi Rice: Rice Waterweevil – Post Flood – Products, Scouting – Podcast   6-8

 

Rice: FDA Gives Golden Rice a Nod – DTN   6-4

 

Mississippi Rice: Acreage Changes – Rotation Crops – Podcast   6-8

 

Texas: Eagle Lake Rice Field Day, June 26   

 

Louisiana Rice: Weather Changes Affecting Crops   6-6

 

Rice: U.S., Taiwan Work Toward Consistent Grading Standards   6-7

 

Brazilian Rice: Breeding Better Varieties   6-6

 

Arkansas Rice: Pre-Flood Nitrogen – Rain Complicates Timing   6-3

 

Wheat

 

Kentucky Wheat: Diseases Rearing Their Ugly Heads   6-6

 

Oklahoma: Wheat Harvest – Decent Test Weights, Low Yields   6-6

 

Tobacco

 

Tobacco: Transplanting - End in Sight  6-5

 

 
 

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