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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

Associate Editor: Ernst Undesser

  

AgFax ENEWS

 

Cotton – Southeast – Multiple Pests Demand Attention As July Starts – AgFax   7-3

 

Cotton – Midsouth – More Blooms, Pests And Growth – Welcome To July – AgFax   7-3

 

Cotton – Southwest – Finally Some Good News; Fleahopper Scouting – AgFax   7-3

 

Rice – More Midsouth Rice Heading – AgFax   7-3

 

Almonds – Hull Split Spraying Eases Into Gear In Lower SJV – AgFax Tree Crops   6-29

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

NASS June Grain Reports Were an Eye Opener – DTN   7-1

 

Hubbs on Grain: June Acreage Report Heightens Market Uncertainty   7-2

 

Farmer Sentiment Improves – Rise in Crop Prices; USDA Payments – Ag Barometer   7-5

 

Rice: U.S. Makes 1st Sale to China   7-3

 

Prevent Plant as Land Diversion Policy   7-1

 

Shurley on Cotton: 2019 Acreage, Production Will Remain a Mystery   7-1

 

Glyphosate Safety – Questions, Concerns About Cancer Risk – Podcast   7-5

 

USDA Crop Progress: Corn, Soy Conditions Hold Steady – DTN   7-2

 

Ethanol Plants – Tough Road Ahead, says CoBank Report – DTN   7-5

 

Cover Crops Make a Comeback with Increased Yields – Commentary   7-3

 

Oil State Republicans Tell Trump to Keep Purdue Out of RFS Decisions – DTN   7-2

 

USDA Lending Rates Decline from June   7-1

 

Midwest Farmland Values Firm Up – DTN   7-1

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Dry Areas Get a Mixed Bag for Rains   7-5

 

NOAA Monthly Drought Outlook – July   7-2

 

Wisconsin: Irrigated Farming in Central Sands Cools Region’s Climate   7-5

 

North Dakota: Grant County Designated Natural Disaster Area to Drought   7-3

 

Tennessee: 31 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas from Prolonged Flood   7-3

 

Ohio: 2 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas to Floods   7-3

 

Alabama: Dale County Designated Natural Disaster Area from Michael   7-3

 

Michigan: 5 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas to Storms   7-3

 

Missouri: 5 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas from Flood   7-3

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THE WEST

 

California Almond: USDA Forecasts 2019 Crop Down 3.5%   7-3

 

California Almonds: How Can Cover Crops Help?   7-2

 

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Corn Market Volatility: The Fireworks Show is On – DTN   7-5

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   7-5

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   7-5

 

World Rough Rice Prices Lower   7-5

 

Moving Grain: Barge Logistics Improve, Mississippi River Recedes   7-5

 

Ethanol Outlook Weak Amid Sluggish Demand   7-2

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   7-2

 

Soybean Trade: Interdependence of China, U.S., Brazil – ERS   7-1

 

WEBINARS

 

Texas Webinar: Ag Pesticide Laws, Regulations Review – July 11   7-5

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Wheat and Peanuts: Scientists Focus on Food Allergies – DTN   7-5

 

Fuel Report: Gasoline Prices Jump Higher   7-3

 

Cotton: USDA, Texas Tech to Build On-Campus Classing Facility   7-2

 

Bayer AG Stock Jumped on News of Plan to Deal with Glyphosate Lawsuits   7-1

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IN THE FIELD 

 

Tennessee: Abundance of Stink Bugs in Cotton, Soybeans; Expect Rise in Kudzu Bugs   7-5

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Nebraska: Soybean Gall Midge Management Window Changing   7-5

 

Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Japanese Beetles Emerging, Scout Your Fields   7-5

 

Tennessee Corn: Relatively Low Disease Levels Present   7-5

 

Nebraska Corn: Bacterial Leaf Streak – Everything You Need to Know   7-3

 

Ohio Corn: What to Do About Nitrogen Fertilizer This Year?   7-5

 

Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Mid-Season Diseases to Watch for – Podcast   7-3

 

Minnesota: Late Planting and Fertility Concerns – Podcast   7-3

 

Kansas Corn: Disease Threat Currently Low   7-3

 

Northern Illinois Crop, Prevent Plant Budgets for July   7-3

 

Minnesota: Early Summer Crop Scouting Recommendations – Podcast   7-2

 

Indiana Corn: “Rootless” or “Floppy” Corn Syndrome   7-2

 

Minnesota Corn, Soybeans : Micronutrients – Small but Mighty – Video   7-2

 

Illinois Corn: Early Common Rust – Is It a Concern?   7-1

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Cotton | Sorghum

 

Texas Cotton: Acreage Down, Crop Potential Uncertain   7-5

 

Georgia Cotton: PGRs – What Do They Do, When Should You Use Them?   7-3

 

Texas Mid-Coast Sorghum: Headworms, Stink Bugs, and Sugarcane Aphids   7-5

 

Tennessee Cotton: And Away We Go – Controlling Plant Growth in 2019   7-5

 

Virginia Cotton: The Value of Scouting for Plant Bugs   7-5

 

Texas: Cotton Blue Disease Not Found in State, So Far   7-5

 

Alabama Cotton: Expect a Challenging Month for Insect Pests   7-5

 

Virginia Cotton: Pix Applications – When to Pull the Trigger   

 

Georgia: Cotton Aphid Management- We Need the Fungus!   7-3

 

Georgia Cotton: 1st Bloom is Here; Protect Your Crop, Maximize Yields   7-3

 

Georgia Cotton: Dicamba – Approved Directed and Hooded Applications   7-3

 

Industrial Hemp

 

South Carolina Industrial Hemp: Pesticide List Approved   7-5

 

Rice

 

Arkansas Rice: Managing Kernel, False Smut with Fungicides   7-5

 

Arkansas Rice: Judging Growth Stages For Midseason, Fungicide Timing – Video   7-5

 

Arkansas Rice: Acreage Estimates Still Out Of Sync With Reality   6-30

 

Arkansas Rice: Overviews On Fertility, Diseases Going Into July   6-30

 

Tobacco

 

Tobacco: Harvest Begins in Deep South   7-5

 

Wheat

 

Winter Wheat: Plenty of Stress From Planting to Harvest – DTN   7-5

 

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