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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

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AgFax ENEWS

 

Cotton – Southeast – Stand Variability – 2019’s Big Challenge – AgFax   6-19

 

Cotton – Midsouth – Irregular Stands Mean Complications Ahead – AgFax   6-19

 

Cotton – Southwest – Too Wet, Too Cool, Too Long – AgFax   6-19

 

Rice – Making Real Progress – More Coastal Heading, More Midsouth Flooding – AgFax   6-20

 

California Almonds – Mites, Insects Stirring After Heat Wave – AgFax Tree Crops   6-15

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

Soybean Seed: You Own it, Can’t Plant it – What are Your Options? – DTN   6-21

 

Stable Ag Land Values Settle Farm Balance Sheets, For Now   6-21

 

Grain Contracts, 2019: What Happens When You Can’t Deliver? – DTN   6-21

 

USDA Plan to Re-Locate 2 Agencies Could Cost Taxpayers $37 to $128Mln   6-21

 

Hubbs on Grain: Corn Acreage and Stocks – Where Do We Stand?   6-17

 

2019: The Year of the U.S. Farmer’s Perfect Storm – Commentary   6-19

 

CRP: Time to Enroll or Re-Enroll and Consider Transition Incentives Program   6-21

 

Iowa: Land Value Experts Predict Modest Declines, Stable Crop Prices   6-21

 

Virginia: Bears Chowing Down on Crops   6-18

 

Warming Midwest Increases Likelihood Farmers Will Need to Irrigate   6-20

 

U.S. Ag Exports Supported 1.2Mln Full-Time Jobs in 2017 – USDA   6-17

 

U.S. Trade Rep: Farmers Hit By Japanese Agreements with Other Countries – DTN   6-19

 

Cover Crop Seed: Tight Supplies, Order NOW – DTN   6-17

 

Dossett on Rice: Why Bullish? Look Closely at China and India Stocks   6-21

 

Ag Economy: Widespread Weakening Conditions – Federal Reserve   6-19

 

Ag Trade: Senate Ag Committee Discusses USMCA, China, MFP Payments   6-17

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Fronts Bring Locally Heavy Rains   6-21

 

Climate Change Affecting Crop Yields Globally, Research says   6-21

 

Mississippi: Continued Flooding Keeps Farmland Out of Production   6-21

 

WEEDS

 

Tennessee: Where Do We Stand with Weeds? – Podcast   6-21

 

Minnesota Weeds: Check Driftwatch/FieldCheck Before You Spray   6-19

 

Herbicides: How Do Hot, Dry Conditions Affect Performance?   6-19

 

Illinois: Dicamba – Application Date Extended   6-17

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THE WEST

 

California Walnuts: July’s Orchard Checklist – 4 Points   6-21

 

California Walnuts: Enhancing Quality In A Low-Price Year   6-21

 

California Walnuts: Cutting Ethephon? 5 Factors To Weigh This Year   6-21

 

California: Spotted Lantern Fly – Looming Threat to Grapes, Walnuts, Avocados   6-18

 

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Iowa: Land Value Experts Predict Modest Declines, Stable Crop Prices   6-21

 

Export Sales: Wheat Up 27% Over 2018 – DTN   6-21

 

Moving Grain: Trucking Association Publishes Rail Turn Times   6-21

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   6-21

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   6-21

 

Rice Update: Market Waiting on June Acreage Report   6-20

 

U.S. Trade War Reaches India   6-20

 

World Rough Rice Prices Move Lower   6-19

 

Mississippi River System: “Stressed and Upside Down” – DTN   6-19

 

Shurley on Cotton: Prices Rally Off New Low, No Signs of a Push Higher   6-18

 

Grain Markets: Weekly Export Inspections Mixed – DTN   6-18

 

Rice Market: Louisiana Makes Truth in Labeling the Law   6-18

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   6-18

 

USDA

 

Oil Crops Outlook: Spring Wetness Already Altering Trajectory of 2019/20 Crops   6-21

 

Wheat Outlook: Production Lifted, Exports Continue to Face Headwinds   6-21

 

Feed Outlook: Wet Weather Delays Planting, Lowers Production   6-21

 

Cotton Outlook: Global Stocks Projected Lowest Since 2011/12   6-21

 

Rice Outlook: U.S. Production Forecast Lowered 9%   6-21

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Crop Progress: 8% of Corn Still Unplanted – DTN   6-19

 

U.S. Propane Stocks Rise – DTN   6-20

 

Fuel Report: Price Fall Continues, Propane Stocks 17% Above Average   6-19

 

Louisiana: LSU Partners with Ag-Analytics for Big Data Yield   6-19

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IN THE FIELD

 

USDA Changes Haying & Grazing Restrictions on Prevent Planted Acres – DTN   6-21

 

Arkansas: Keep an Eye Open for These Insect Pests   6-21

 

Mississippi: Moisture Sensors Not Responding to Irrigation   6-21

 

Mississippi: Sealing Soils Complicates Irrigation   6-21

 

Disease Management: Variety Susceptibility – What Do the Terms Mean?   6-20

 

Tennessee: Insect Issues – Not Many, but Watch for These Guys   6-20

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Nebraska Corn: In-Season Nitrogen Management Options   6-21

 

Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Managing Early Season Insects – Podcast   6-21

 

Corn, Soybeans: Do You Know Your Crop Growth Stages?   6-21

 

DTN Fertilizer Trends: Corn Growers May Need More N This Year   6-19

 

Indiana Corn: Yellow Tops and Twisted Whorls   6-21

 

Illinois Soybeans: Layering Soil-Residual Herbicides   6-21

 

Iowa Corn, Soybeans: Tissue Testing Requires Cautious Use, Interpretation   6-21

 

Midwest Soy: Prevent Planting Decisions – Cover Crops – MFP Payments   6-21

 

Illinois Soybeans: Seed Treatments for SDS – Don’t Forget Your Base Treatments   6-21

 

Michigan: How Will Wet Spring Impact Insect Pests?   6-20

 

Kentucky Soybeans: Frogeye vs. Phyllosticta Leaf Spot   6-20

 

Mississippi Soybeans: 2018 Foliar Disease Evaluations – Maturity Group V   6-20

 

Iowa: Corn Rootworm Egg Hatch Peaking in Southern Counties   6-19

 

Mississippi Corn: Diseases Picking Up, No Major Concerns Yet   6-19

 

Iowa Corn: Scout Fields for Stalk Borers   6-19

 

Kentucky Corn: Managing European Corn Borer on Non-GMO Crops   6-20

 

Iowa Soybeans: Scouting Guidelines for Defoliators   6-19

 

Iowa: Japanese Beetles Get a Slow Start to 2019   6-19

 

Mississippi Corn: Mid-Season Crop Update, Management Tips – Podcast   6-19

 

Michigan: Weed Control Recommendations for Late, Prevented Planting   6-19

 

Georgia Corn: Southern Rust Found in Baker County   6-19

 

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Managing Prevented-Planting Fields   6-18

 

Indiana Corn: European Corn Borer – Scout Tall, Unprotected Crops   6-17

 

Soybean Gall Midge Confirmed in Iowa and Nebraska   6-17

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Cotton | Sorghum

 

Texas LRGV Crops: Hot, Muggy – Here Come the Whiteflies   6-21

 

Georgia Cotton: Managing Vegetative Growth – PGR Decisions   6-21

 

Virginia Cotton: Plant Bug Spray Thresholds   6-21

 

Texas Blacklands: Fleahoppers in Cotton, Start Scouting for Sugarcane Aphids   6-18

 

Virginia Cotton: Common Issues from Wet Weather   6-20

 

Mississippi Cotton: Early Season Insect Issues – Podcast   6-20

 

North Carolina Cotton: Making PGR Decisions for 2019   6-19

 

Texas: Failed Cotton? Late-Planted Sorghum, Other Crops Offer Good Alternatives   6-17

 

North Carolina Cotton: Irrigation Decisions for 2019   6-19

 

Alabama Cotton: Heavy Plant Bug Pressure   6-19

 

South Carolina Cotton: With Insects, Shift Your Focus Now   6-15

 

Peanuts | Pecans

 

Georgia Peanuts: Post-Emergence Weed Control, Tank Mixing   6-20

 

Georgia: Southern Corn Rust, Asian Soybean Rust, Peanut White Mold – Scout Your Crops   6-21

 

Rice

 

Arkansas Rice: Scouting, Treating for Sheath Blight   6-20

 

Arkansas Rice: Leaf Blast Reported in Randolph County   6-19

 

Arkansas Rice: Understanding This Season’s Random Yellowing   6-15

 

Arkansas Rice: More Real-Time Numbers Filter Into USDA Reports   6-15

 

Arkansas Rice: Preflood Sulfur – Is It Really Worth The Cost?   6-15

 

Arkansas Rice: Late-Planted Rice Operates At Faster Pace – Don’t Let It Run Over You   6-15

 

Wheat

 

Arkansas Wheat: How Did the Crop Fare in 2019?   6-21

 

Kansas Wheat: Be on Look for Fusarium Head Blight   6-20

 

Minnesota Wheat: New Disease-Resistant Variety Available   6-18

 

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