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AGFAX ENEWS

 

Rice: More Coastal Heading, Drought Stalls Delta Flooding – AgFax Rice   6-15

 

Cotton – Midsouth – Residual Herbicide Burn – More Than Usual? -AgFax Midsouth Cotton   6-14

 

Cotton – Southeast – Bad Plant Bug Year Brewing – AgFax Southeast Cotton   6-14

 

Cotton – Southwest – Herbicide Drift | ‘Planting Rain’ | Shielded Sprayers – AgFax   6-13

 

California Almonds: Hull Split Just Ahead, Overview On Brown Marmorated – AgFax   6-10

 

EDITOR'S PICKS

 

Farm Bill: Senate Ag Committee Approved 5-Year Farm Bill – DTN   6-14

 

U.S. Ag Trade: Twists and Turns – Gambling on Exports   6-11

 

Ag Groups Tweet #TradeNotTariffs in Push Against Trump Tariff Plan – DTN   6-15

 

Soybean Outlook: Prices Pressured by Trade and Crop Potential   6-11

 

USDA Reports Trimmed Soy, Corn Stocks – DTN   6-13

 

Corn: What About Those High Early Season USDA Ratings?   6-15

 

Cleveland on Cotton: Mother Nature Played the Rain Card   6-15

 

Farm Policy: USDA Reports April Ag Exports Highest Since 2014   6-12

 

Biofuel Policy: Trump’s EPA Not Helping the Industry – DTN   6-13

 

California: Fed. Court Blocked Attempted Glyphosate Warning Label – DTN   6-14

 

Trump’s Canadian Dairy Problem – DTN   6-13

 

DTN Field Roundup – From Flood to Parched – It’s a Tough Season   6-15

 

Growing Corn: Warmer Climate Will Dramatically Increase Yield Volatility   6-13

 

 

  

 

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Rose on Cotton: What’s Up with USDA Crop Projections?   6-15

 

ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero   6-15

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   6-15

 

World Rough Rice Prices Climb Higher   6-15

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   6-15

 

Wheat Market: U.S. Farmers Have What the World Needs   6-14

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   6-12

 

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THE WEST

 

California Almonds: Irrigation Management for Hull Rot Control   6-15

 

California: Almond Irrigation Improvement Continuum – Maximize Your Water Efficiency   6-15

 

California Almonds: July Leaf Fertility Analysis   6-15

 

California Almonds: Leafing Failure in Monterey Varieties   6-14

 

California Almonds: Orchard Management Checklist – June-Aug.   6-14

 

California Walnuts: Staying On Point Through August   6-11

 

California Almonds: Upper SJV Annual IPM Field Meeting – Escalon, June 18   6-10

 

Tweet from: American Soybean Association

 

WEEDS

 

Herbicide Application: Think Your Sprayer is Clean? Think Again. – Videos   6-12

 

Tennessee: Herbicide Applications – Time of Day Matters – Video   6-14

 

Invasive Weeds: Common Mullein – Mature Plant – 240,000 Seeds Annually   6-14

 

Pennsylvania: Auxin Herbicide Drift and Temperature Inversions   6-14

 

Tennessee Cotton: 2,4-D Stewardship Matters, Too – Video   6-13

 

Minnesota: Xtend Soybeans – No Change in Dicamba Cutoff Date   6-12

 

Perennial Invasive Weeds: Spray Herbicides – Repeat, Repeat, Repeat…   6-12

 

Minnesota Soybeans: Herbicide Drift – Identifying Off-Target Injury – Video   6-12

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Outlook Seasonal – June, July, Aug.   6-15

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Scattered Showers – Hit or Miss Across Central U.S.   6-15 

 

FARM BILL | POLICY | CROP INSURANCE

 

Ag Policy: USDA Undersecretary Leads Upbeat Trade Mission to Japan – DTN   6-13

 

Farm Bill – Senate Draft Might Just Pass – Improvements, Fixes are Part of Package   6-13

 

Waters of the U.S. Rule on Hold in 24 States – DTN   6-13

 

Retweet from: @Quentin Shieldknight

 

  

IN THE FIELD

 

Missouri: Mizzou Pest Management Field Day, Columbia, July 10   

 

Pennsylvania: Crop Insurance – Prevented Planting Details   6-14

 

Alabama: Pattern Tile Drainage – Improving Soggy Soils   6-12

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Nebraska “Hail Know”: Corn, Soybeans Hit by Hailstorm – Evaluation   6-11

 

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: Flooding and Hail – What Should You Do?   6-15

 

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Crop Conditions, Potential in Mid-June   6-15

 

Tennessee Soybeans: Insecticide Seed Treatment – Necessary After a Cover Crop? – Video   6-14

 

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: Japanese Beetles Emerging in Southern Counties   6-14

 

Corn Growth Spurts: Check for Twisted Whorls, Yellow Leaves, Weakened Stems – DTN   6-14

 

Michigan Corn, Soybeans: Attack of the Asiatic Garden Beetles   6-14

 

North Carolina Corn: Scout Now for Stink Bugs   6-14

 

West Texas Corn, Sorghum: Fall Armyworm Numbers Spike   6-14

 

Minnesota Corn, Soybeans: Cutoffs for Postemergence Herbicides   6-14

 

Tennessee Soybeans: Maximizing Irrigation Efficacy   6-12

 

Minnesota Corn: Sidedressing Nitrogen – 4 Considerations   6-13

 

Alabama Soybeans: In Quest For Higher Yields, Don’t Overlook Potassium   6-11

 

Minnesota Soybeans: Heavy Seedcorn Maggot Infestations   6-13

 

Ohio Soybeans: 3 Considerations for Double-Crop Fields   6-12

 

Minnesota: Corn, Soybean Weed Management Tour, Rochester, July 3   

 

Ohio Soybeans: 4 Seedling Issues – Identifying What Happened   6-12

 

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: 1st 2018 Yield Forecasts   6-11

 

Cotton | Grain Sorghum

 

Texas LRGV Crops: First Cotton Bolls; Insects Picking Up Speed   6-15

 

Texas Blacklands: Weather Aiding Fleahoppers, Spider Mites   6-15

 

Georgia Cotton: Why It’s Important to Plant ASAP   6-15

 

Tennessee Sweet Sorghum: Section 18 Approved for Sivanto   6-14

 

North Carolina Cotton: 7 Points to Consider for Irrigation   6-12

 

Texas Plains Cotton: Heat – Thrips – Stand Issues   6-12

 

Virginia Cotton: Better Prioritize – This Crop Is Taking Off   6-14

 

Texas Cotton: 6 Farm Bill Discussion Meetings in June, July  

 

Oklahoma Cotton, Sorghum: Transform Receives Emergency Use Permits   6-12

 

Texas Plains Cotton: Heat – Thrips – Stand Issues   6-12

 

North Carolina Cotton: 7 Considerations When Making PGR Decisions   6-11

 

Tennessee Cotton: Early Plant Bug Control   6-11

 

Texas Cotton – LRGV: Tarnished Plantbug and Verde Bug 6-11

 

West Texas Cotton: Should I Be on the Lookout for Thrips?   6-11

 

Peanuts | Pecans

 

Georgia Pecans: Phylloxera/Shuckworm and Pecan Bud Moth   6-14

 

Florida Peanuts: Boron Deficiency – A Rare but Serious Issue   6-11  

  

Rice

Arkansas Rice: It’s a Jungle Out There, and There Are No Easy Answers  6-15

Mississippi Rice: Herbicide Tolerance for Loyant – Podcast   6-15

 

Louisiana Rice: Diseases, Insects, Weeds Topics of Field Day   6-15

 

Arkansas: New Rice Research Station in the Works   6-12

 

Arkansas Rice: Is Titan the New Jupiter? Leaf Blast in 2 Counties   6-13

 

Arkansas Rice: Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity – Management Q&A   6-13

 

Arkansas: New Rice Research Station in the Works   6-12

 

Arkansas Rice Still on Track Despite Storms, Difficult Spring   6-11

 

Arkansas Rice: Leaf Blast Makes An Early Showing   6-10

  

Wheat

 

Oklahoma Wheat: Harvest Speeds Towards Finish   6-13

 

Tennessee Wheat Growers Expect Record High Yield   6-12

 

Kansas: Wheat Researchers Turn Up the Heat   6-12

 

USDA | WASDE

 

Rice Outlook: U.S. Export Forecast Raised   6-15

 

Cotton Outlook: World Ending Stocks Projected at 7-Year Low   6-15

 

Global Markets: Corn – U.S.’s Advantage in Peru Recedes in the Short Term   6-13

 

Global Markets: Rice – Bangladesh Reinstates Import Tariff   6-13

 

Global Markets: Wheat – Southeast Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa Now Top Importers   6-13

 

Global Markets: Cotton – Strong Late-Season Global Trade   6-13

 

Global Markets: Oilseeds – U.S. Soybeans Facing Stiff Competition from Brazil   6-1

 

WASDE Cotton: Increased U.S. Exports   6-12

 

WASDE Oilseeds: Highest Domestic Crush, Lower Stocks   6-12

 

WASDE Rice: Increased U.S. Imports, Decreased Exports   6-12

 

WASDE Coarse Grains: Lower U.S. Corn Stocks   6-12

 

WASDE Wheat: Domestic Supplies Raised   6-12

 

 

 

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