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AgFax Rice – Will Some Acres Go Away With All This Rain?   4-25


AgFax Tree Crops: Warmer Weather, Things Get Interesting In Almonds, Walnuts   4-19




Trade Tariffs: Kinze Manufacturing, Others Voice Concerns – DTN   4-25


Midwest Flooding: 150K Growers, 16Mln Acres   4-25


Cotton Pests: It’s Back. Temik Has a New Name, Same Game.   4-26


Chapter 11 Farm Bankruptcy: Couple Pleads Guilty to Bank Fraud – DTN   4-26


Trade Aid: May 1 Last Day to Certify Production Evidence   4-23


Drought Weekly: U.S. Drought is Missing. Lowest Count in 20 Years  4-25


Electric Pickups: Ford Invests Big In Rivian’s Approach   4-24


Grain Market: How are Soybean Meal Prices Still Holding Strong? – DTN   4-26


U.S., China Trade Talks – Planned Timeline and Ag Issues   4-23


Midwest Farmers: 2 Southern Soybean Diseases Moving Your Way – DTN   4-25


Lorsban: EPA to Revisit Chlorpyrifos Petition – DTN   4-23


Hubbs on Grain: Soybean Crush Holding Steady   4-23


Wheat Tour: Two Decades of Measuring Yield Potential, Disease, Freeze Damage – DTN   4-26


Rice Market: Cautiously Optimistic on Long Term Bullish Positions   4-22




Dicamba: How Does Tank-Mixing Glyphosate Affect pH   4-26


Herbicide Resistance: Mix Effective Modes of Action to Decrease Development Risk   4-26


Ohio: It’s All About the Seedbank – Where Has All the Marestail Gone?   4-26


Pennsylvania: Early Preplant Herbicides – How Early Can They Be Sprayed?   4-23


Michigan: Early-Season Weed Control Is Important   4-26


Arkansas: Horseweed Making a Comeback… Again!   4-24


Minnesota: Palmer Amaranth Found in Feed Screenings   4-24


Dicamba: Effect of pH Modifiers on pH of Roundup PM Mixtures   4-26


Indiana Corn, Soybeans: Wild Garlic Control in No-Till Fields   4-23


Georgia: Volunteer Peanut Control in Field Corn   4-23


North Carolina: Volunteer Crops May Be an Issue in 2019   4-23


Low-Volatile Dicamba Formulations – Does an AMS or Glyphosate Mix Lower Spray Tank pH the Most?   4-26


Nebraska Corn, Soybeans, Sorghum: 2,4-D and Dicamba Burndown Guidelines   4-22


Nebraska Soybeans: Which Dicamba Product Can I Use for Burndown? Trick Question   4-22




DTN Retail Fertilizer: Prices Are Shifting Higher – DTN   4-25


Illinois Ag Industry: Impacts from the Chinese Trade Conflict   4-26


USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   4-26


Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   4-26


Rice Update: New Crop Plantings in Full Swing, Healthy Market Needed   4-25


Ag Trade: Growing Meat Demand, Feedstuffs Imports in Southeast Asia   4-25


Moving Grain: Flooding Continues to Impact River Traffic   4-25


Illinois Corn, Soybeans: How Much Did It Cost to Produce a Crop in 2018?   4-22


World Rough Rice Prices Unchanged   4-24


Ag Trade: Trump Cracks Down on Cuba Embargo   4-23


ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero   4-23


USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   4-23


Distillers Grains: Demand Slows, Spillover Pressure from Corn – DTN   4-23


Ag Trade: Pork, Soybean Markets Adjust to African Swine Fever   4-22


Arkansas: Soybeans Suffered in 2018 Market; Rice Crop Value Soared   4-22




California Almonds: Fertilizing First Year Trees – Major Nutrients   4-26


California Almond Acreage Increased in 2018   4-24


California Tree Crops: Nickels Soil Lab Field Day Set For May 7 In Arbuckle   4-19  




Arkansas Webinar: Growing Industrial Hemp, April 29   4-24


Webinar: Fertilizing Cover Crops to Increase Benefits   4-23


Mississippi: Row Crop Short Course Presentations Available Online   4-22




Farming: Engaged Employees are 21% More Productive – DTN   4-23


Georgia Peanut Commission – Vote Yes in National Peanut Board Referendum   4-25


USA Rice Publishes Sustainability Report   4-25


GMO Plants Consistent With Organic Farming Principles, Danish Researchers Contend   4-24


Fuel Report: Diesel, Gas Prices Up Slightly   4-24


Arkansas Water Tax Credits Program Receives a Face Lift   4-24


U. of Kentucky, Jim Beam Partner to Create James B. Beam Institute for Kentucky Spirits   4-24


Mississippi State University Hires Irrigation Specialist   4-23


Tennessee Launches Soybean Yield Contest – Podcast   4-22




Corn | Soybeans


Arkansas Corn: Growers Facing ‘Most Challenging Season Since 2007’   4-26


Michigan Soybeans: Taking a Closer Look at Nutrient Applications   4-25


Midwest Corn: Prospects for Timely Planting of the 2019 Crop   4-25


Wisconsin Soybeans: Building Resistance to Stem Rot, Drought   4-24


Minnesota Corn: Planting or Nitrogen – Which Comes First in Wet Spring?   4-24


Illinois: One Last Look at 2019 Crop Budgets Before Planting   4-24


Mississippi Corn: New Methods to Assess Stands, Make Replant Decisions   4-23


Pennsylvania Corn: Burndown Herbicide Suggestions   4-23


Iowa Corn: Planting Progress Slow, but There’s Still Time   4-23


Minnesota Corn, Soybeans: Updates to Potassium Fertilizer Guidelines   4-23


Ohio Corn: Management Changes to Consider for Later Planting   4-23


Arkansas Corn: Removing Poor Stands for Replant   4-22 




North Carolina Cotton: Planning for Thrips Infestations in 2019   4-26


Texas LRGV : Cotton in All Stages; Sugarcane Aphid in Sorghum   4-26


North Carolina Cotton: Good Planting Conditions Ahead   4-25


North Carolina Cotton: Transform Receives Section 18 for Plant Bugs   4-24


Virginia Cotton: Planting Season Begins, Slowly   4-23


Tennessee Cotton: Tips for Thrips Control – Podcast   4-23


Peanuts | Pecans


Florida Peanuts: Recognizing and Managing Sting Nematode   4-26


Sawyer on Crops: Tips for Planting Peanuts – Podcast   4-26


Georgia Peanuts: Considerations on Using Strongarm   4-23


Georgia Pecans: 4 Pre-Pollination Management Concerns   4-22




Mississippi: Rice Water Weevil Densities in Furrow Irrigated Fields   4-22




Tobacco: Early Season Reports from the Field   4-23




North Carolina Wheat: Medium-High Risk of Head Scab   4-22


Illinois: Wheat Insects – What to Watch for This Spring   4-22


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