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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

Associate Editor: Ernst Undesser

  

AgFax ENEWS

 

Weed Resistance…Early-Season Prevention In The Age Of Resistance – AgFax Weed Solutions   3-18

 

AgFax Tree Crops: Almonds – More Bacterial Blast This Year   3-16

 

WEATHER and CROPS

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: CA Drought Free for 1st Time Since 2011   3-22

 

NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – April, May, June   3-22

 

Nebraska Gets Fed Funds; Infrastructure Damage Challenges Ag Businesses – DTN   3-22

 

Nebraska Flood Aid: Huge Ag Relief Effort Takes Shape – DTN   3-22

 

Midwest Flood Damage High From Lack of Warning – DTN   3-21

 

Grain, Fertilizer Transportation: MS River Flooding Prevents Barge Movement – DTN   3-21

 

Georgia Weather: El Nino to Blame for Wet Winter   3-18

 

Moving Grain: Lock Closures on Upper MS River; Rail Disruptions   3-21

 

Rice Market: Flooding Complicates Export Shipments   3-21

 

Grain Storage: Flood Damage Management Options   3-22

 

Missouri – Some Farmers Still Reeling From 2011 Flooding, Now Underwater Again – DTN   3-21

 

Nebraska Ag’s Worst Disaster In History – Losses Pile Up – DTN   3-21

 

USDA Assists Farmers, Ranchers, Communities Affected by Recent Flooding   3-21

 

Iowa Farmers Survey Devastation; Floodwaters Continue Rising   3-21

 

Kansas: Fall Rains Provide Spring Wildfire Fuel   3-21

 

Iowa Latest to Declare Storms Disaster – DTN   3-18

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

Dicamba-Tolerant Corn on the Horizon – DTN   3-22

 

Hubbs on Grain: Early Predictions for Prospective Plantings   3-18

 

Nebraska: Average Ag Land Values Drop 3% from a Year Ago   3-22

 

Thompson On Cotton: Don’t Wait Too Long   3-21

 

U.S., China Trade Talks Persist; Flooding Compounds Stress on Ag Economy   3-22

 

DTN Fertilizer Trends: 3rd Week of Declines   3-22

 

Farm Crisis? It Depends On Who You Ask, Who You Are – DTN   3-21

 

Corn, Soybeans: USDA Ag Projections to 2028   3-19

  
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CROP INSURANCE | POLICY

 

Farm Programs: How Would High Prices Affect the PLC Elevator Provision?   3-18

 

THE WEST

 

California Almonds: Bee Hours and Pollination   3-18

 

OUTDOORS | HUNTING

 

Mississippi Outdoors: Wild Turkeys – Decline and Repopulation   3-18

 

WEEDS

 

Tennessee: Clethodim and Managing Glyphosate-Resistant Grasses   3-22

 

Iowa: 5 Tips for Spring Cover Crop Termination   3-22

 

Training Required for all Paraquat-Containing Products   3-22

 

Iowa: Noxious Weed Law Changes – What You Should Know   3-22

  

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MARKETS | MONEY

 

Arkansas Rice: Will Acres Actually Change This Year?   3-22

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   3-22

 

World Rough Rice Prices Unchanged   3-21

 

ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero   3-21

 

Texas Ag Trade: Uncertainty, Low Commodity Prices Weigh on Outlook   3-21

 

Rice Market: Puerto Rico Supplier Fined for False Advertising   3-19

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   3-19

 

Corn Prices: Lessons Learned in 2017 – DTN   3-19

 

Ag Trade: U.S., China Deal Cannot Be Taken for Granted   3-18

 

WEBINARS

 

Webinar: Tar Spot in Corn, Other Emerging Diseases, March 25   3-21

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Mississippi State Cotton Specialist Darrin Dodds Named Department Head   3-21

 

Southern Weed Science Society Honors Tennessee's Larry Steckel  3-19

 

USA Rice, Anheuser-Busch Partner to Support Sustainable Farming   3-18

 

LSU AgCenter to Start Full-Scale Medical Cannabis Production   3-22

 

Fuel Report: Diesel Dips Slightly, Gasoline Climbs   3-21

 

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IN THE FIELD

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Minnesota: Late Spring Applications of Phosphorus, Potassium – Podcast   3-22

 

Water Quality: How Well Do Buffer Strips Protect Rivers? – Study   3-18

 

Nebraska Corn: Planting Date Impact on Plant Growth, Ear Issues   3-22

 

Anhydrous Ammonia Applications – Equipment Considerations   3-22

 

Tennessee: March Soil Temps Hovering Below 50 Degrees   3-22

 

Illinois Soybeans: Early Decisions Influence Final Yields – 5 Key Points   3-22

 

Anhydrous Ammonia – How Do in Soil Applications Work?   3-19

 

Texas: Corn Tar Spot Could Have Ridden in on ‘Bomb Cyclone’   3-21

 

Illinois Corn: Should You Lower Nitrogen Application Rates?   3-21

 

Iowa Corn: How Will Unharvested Soybeans Affect Soil Nutrients?   3-19

 

Ohio Corn: 4 Considerations for Anhydrous Ammonia Applications   3-19

 

Ohio Soybeans: Poor Seed Quality – Will Seed Treatments Help?   3-19

 

Ohio: Soybean Cyst Nematode – Samples Requested for Resistance Survey   3-19

 

Cotton

 

Virginia Cotton: Burndown Opportunities with Auxin Herbicide Systems   3-22

 

Texas: Bollworm Resistance to Bt Crops – What to Do?   3-19

 

Peanuts | Peaches

 

Florida: Peanut Variety Options for 2019   3-18

 

South Carolina: Peaches Suffered Minimal Damage from Freeze   3-21

 

Rice

 

Arkansas Rice: Hurry Up and Wait and Wait Some More   3-22

 

Arkansas Rice: Titan vs. Jupiter for Medium-Grain in 2019   3-22

 

Arkansas: 1st Week of Blue Skies – Fieldwork Begins in Earnest   3-22

 

Mississippi Rice: Effects of Late Season Paraquat Drift   3-22

 

Wheat

 

Pennsylvania: Wheat Stand Assessment   3-22

 

Louisiana: Wheat Crop Survives Below-Freezing Temps   3-20

 

Winter Wheat Weather Woes Continue – DTN   3-19

 

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