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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

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AgFax ENEWS

 

Cotton – Midsouth – Coping In An Out-Of-Sync Season – AgFax   7-11

 

Cotton – Southeast – No Free Ride With Pests – AgFax   7-11

 

Cotton – Southwest – Bugs, Weeds, and The Heat is On – AgFax   7-10

 

Rice: Tropical Storm Barry – Wrong Time, Wrong Place – AgFax   7-11

 

Almonds – Hull Split Sprays Start – A Busy Week Ahead – AgFax Tree Crops   7-6

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

Trade Disruption: What Can We Learn from 1970s -1980s?   7-12

 

Farm Accidents: A Child Dies Every 3 Days – DTN   7-10

 

USDA Extends Crops Reporting Deadline for 12 States – DTN   7-11

 

Syngenta Corn Payments Delayed in Viptera Case – DTN   7-10

 

Trump Adm. Hiding USDA Climate Change Data – Commentary   7-11

 

Grain, Soy Outlook: Global Demand to Increase 15% Over Next Decade   7-12

 

Shurley on Cotton: Market Signals Increasingly Unfriendly   7-11

 

DTN Fertilizer Trends: Some Manufacturers Push for Higher Prices   7-12

 

Corn, Soy Production Concerns; Chinese Tariffs Enter 2nd Year   7-9

 

Biodiesel: EPA’s Chilling Signal Will Limit Growth – DTN   7-9

 

Gene Editing Technology Continues to Develop – DTN   7-12

 

PREVENTED PLANTING

 

Corn, Soy Prevented Planted Payments May Top $3.5Bln   7-10

 

Prevent Plant Acres, Trade Aid – A Discussion with USDA Under Secretary   7-10

 

Illinois: Prevented Planting and Cover Crops – What’s Allowed, What’s Not?   7-10

 

Iowa Cover Crops: Follow Seed Law on Prevented Planting Acres   7-10

 

Minnesota: Forage Crops for Prevented Planted Acres   7-10

 

USDA

 

WASDE Cotton: Higher U.S. Stocks, Reduced Demand   7-11

 

WASDE Oilseeds: Reduced U.S. Production, Stocks   7-11

 

WASDE Rice: Lower U.S. Ending Stocks, Increased Demand   7-11

 

WASDE Coarse Grains: Higher Domestic Corn Production, Ending Stocks   7-11

 

WASDE Wheat: Reduced U.S. Stocks on Increased Demand   7-11

 

WEEDS

 

Weed Sprayer – Clean Equipment Before, After Each Use   7-12

 

Tennessee: Dicamba – Control Options for Prickly Sida Escapes   7-10

 

Xtend Crops: New Weed Management Tactics Needed   7-10

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Broken, Highly-Variable Rains   7-12

 

TS Barry Adding to Miss. Delta Flood Woes – DTN   7-12

 

Kansas: 3 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas from Floods   7-11

 

THE WEST

 

California Almonds: Avoid Hull Rot with Irrigation, Nutrient Management   7-12

 

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Lower Farm Income: 6 Ways To Cope – DTN   7-9

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   7-12

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   7-12

 

Wheat: U.S. Prices Competitive with Corn for Domestic Feed Use   7-12

 

Rice Market: All Eyes on Tropical Storm Barry   7-12

 

Moving Grain: Inland Waterway Conditions Improve   7-11

 

World Rough Rice Prices Rise   7-10

 

Corn Market Basis Keeps on Climbing – DTN   7-10

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   7-9

 

More Trade Tariffs: Raising the Stakes – DTN   7-9

 

IN THE FIELD 

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Alabama: Brown Marmorated, Red Banded Stink Bugs Prevalent in 2019   7-12 

 

Minnesota: Soybean Conditions and Outlook – Podcast   7-12

 

Minnesota Corn: Late Season Nitrogen Applications   7-12

 

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Diseases Starting to Pick Up   7-12

 

Mississippi Corn: Reproductive Stages, Management Implications   7-12

 

Arkansas Corn: Southern Rust – Time to Scout   7-12

 

West Texas IPM: Sugarcane Aphids Arrive; Large Fall Armyworm Flight   7-11

 

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Japanese Beetle Management Guidelines   7-11

 

Michigan, Indiana: Wet Year Irrigation Decisions   7-10

 

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Late-Season Herbicide Applications   7-10

 

Minnesota: Nutrient Management Research – What We’re Studying – Podcast   7-10

 

Midwest: Soybean Gall Midge and Western Bean Cutworm Appear – DTN   7-10

 

Arkansas Corn Acreage 2nd Highest in History   7-10

 

Kentucky Corn: Fungicide Decisions – It’s That Time   7-8

 

Michigan Corn: Online Tool Estimates Crop Development, Projects Maturity   7-8

 

Georgia Corn: Recent Rains Should Improve Crop, Says Specialist   7-8

 

Cotton | Sorghum

 

Texas Cotton: Fleahopper 101 – From Scouting to Treatment   7-12

 

North Carolina Cotton: Start Scouting for Bollworms   7-12

 

Tennessee Cotton: Fungicide Options, When to Spray   7-12

 

Mississippi Cotton: Ideal Weather Needed for Crop to Rebound   7-12

 

Arkansas Cotton: Crop Mostly Looks Good, Don’t Let Your Guard Down   7-12

 

South Carolina: Mostly Waiting On Insects   7-12

 

Arkansas Insects: Moth Numbers Spiking, Plant Bugs Moving into Cotton   7-9

 

Texas Plains IPM: Cotton – Fleahoppers Biggest Concern; Pests Rising in Corn, Sorghum   7-9

 

Virginia Cotton: Crop Shaping Up Nicely So Far   7-11

 

Texas West Plains Cotton: Keep Watch for Lygus, Stink Bugs, Bollworms   7-11

 

Mississippi Cotton: Bollworm Management Guidelines   7-10

 

North Carolina Cotton: Stink Bug Treatment Options   7-9

 

Georgia Cotton: Taking a Deeper Look at Blue Disease   7-8

 

Industrial Hemp

 

Industrial Hemp: Pest Challenges for Growers   7-11

 

Texas Hemp: Extension Forms Education Initiative Team   7-9

 

Kentucky: Industrial Hemp – A Clean Greenhouse Keeps Disease Away   7-10

 

Livestock

 

Livestock: Corn Prices Higher - What About Feed Cost?   7-8

 

Livestock: Will Pork Producers Have a Profitable Year?   7-8

 

Pecans | Peanuts

 

Georgia Pecans: Tissue Sampling Timing, Analysis   7-12

 

Texas Peanuts: 4 Pod Rot Management Tips   7-11

 

Georgia Pecans: Widespread Die-Back Attributed to Delayed Hurricane Damage   7-10

 

Sawyer on Pecans: Scab Management Key in July   7-10

 

Rice

 

Arkansas Rice: Still a Long Way to Go   7-12

 

Arkansas Rice: Looming Tropical Storm – A Triple Threat   7-11

 

Arkansas Rice: Crop Status, Reminders About Hybrid N, Rice Stink Bugs   7-7

 

Arkansas Rice: Zinc Deficiency Turning Up – It’s A Tough One   7-7

 

Tobacco

 

Tobacco: Plants Producing Medical Proteins – Success Reported   7-8

 

Wheat

 

Minnesota Wheat: Burning Flag Leaves and Leaf Tip Necrosis   7-11

 

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