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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

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AgFax ENEWS

 

Cotton – Midsouth – Pest Pressure Mounts – AgFax   8-8

 

Cotton – Southeast – Heat Pushes Crop Ahead…Sort Of – AgFax   8-8

 

Cotton – Southwest – 4-Bale Potential | Herbicide Volatility, Drift Tests   8-7 

 

Rice: Coastal Yields Still Lagging, Midsouth Draining Widens – AgFax   8-9

 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

 

Corn Maze Celebrates Purdue University’s 150th Anniversary   8-7

 

Soybeans – Replacement for Petroleum Adhesives in Particle Board?   8-6

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

China Investing in Brazil Agricultural Expansion – DTN   8-6

 

Hubbs on Grain: What’s Going on with Corn Prices?   8-6

 

Farmers Vent – Ag Sec. Perdue Listens – DTN   8-8

 

Illinois: Dicamba Injury – Complaints Skyrocket - Answers?   8-6

 

Chlorpyrifos: EPA Decision Appealed by Environmental Groups – DTN   8-9

 

Trade War: Counting the Casualties – Minneapolis Fed   8-9

 

Cleveland on Cotton: Market Looking for Guidance   8-9

 

Ag Economy: Loan Delinquency, Bankruptcy Filings on the Rise   8-6

 

Mississippi River Dredging: United Soybean Board Gives $2Mln – DTN   8-6

 

Farm Economy Weak 2Q – Crop Prices, MFP Help – KC Fed   8-9

 

Dossett on Rice: Waiting for the WASDE Wild Card   8-9

 

Farm Management: Making Sure Everyone’s Wearing the “Right Hat”   8-9

 

Ag Economy: Producer Confidence Soars; Large Prevented Plantings Confirmed – Ag Barometer   8-6

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Dry and Hot for Contiguous 48   8-9

 

THE WEST

 

California Almonds: Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Field Meeting, August 13   8-9

 

California Almonds: Observing Powdery Mildew   8-8

 

MARKETS | MONEY

 

Taxes: Qualified Business Income, Section 199A – Confused? – DTN   8-5

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   8-9

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   8-9

 

Rice Market: New Crop Almost Export Ready, Farmers Await WASDE   8-8

 

Moving Grain: Railroads Hauled Record Volumes from Canada in 2018-19   8-8

 

ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero   8-8

 

Thompson on Cotton: Wildly Variable Crops Going into Home Stretch   8-7

 

Wheat: Reduced Production Estimates Boost Russian Export Prices   8-8

 

Trade War Escalates: China Halts Purchases of U.S. Ag Products   8-6

 

Rice: World Market Prices and Loan Deficiency Payment Rates – USDA   8-7

 

Ag Trade: Tariffs Lead to Creative Supply Chains   8-6

 

Rice Weekly Market Report, Aug. 5 – USDA   8-6

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   8-6

 

Corn, Soy – Bearish Troubles – We Got ‘Em – DTN   8-5

 

Livestock: US, EU Sign Beef Deal – DTN   8-5

 

IN THE FIELD 

 

DTN Fertilizer Trends: Improving Nitrogen Fixing in Corn, Wheat   8-7

 

Irrigation: Stalk-Worn Sensor Measures Crops’ Water Use   8-6

 

Irrigation: Cameras Could Provide Cost-Effective Monitoring of Crop Temperatures   8-6

 

Corn | Soybeans

 

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Watch for Diseases in Late Crops   8-9

 

Minnesota Soybeans: Be on Lookout for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug   8-9

 

Michigan: Corn, Soybeans Will Be Competing for Irrigation This Year   8-8

 

Georgia Corn: Protecting Stored Grain   8-7

 

Minnesota: Fall Fertilizer Applications – What Do You Need? – Podcast   8-7

 

Mississippi Corn, Soybeans: General Mid-Season Disease Update – Podcast   8-6

 

Minnesota Corn: Stress Now Reduces Kernel Number   8-6

 

Georgia Corn: Irrigation Malfunctions Common in Hot, Dry Summer   8-6

 

Cotton | Sorghum

 

Arkansas: Major Bollworm Flight Moving Through; Stink Bugs in Rice   8-9

 

Virginia Cotton: Why Are Fields Hitting Early Cutout?   8-9

 

Kansas Sorghum: Keep Beneficials in Mind When Spraying Headworms, Sugarcane Aphids   8-9

 

Texas West Plains Cotton: Scout Conventional Fields for Bollworms   8-8

 

Virginia Cotton: Some Crops Getting Safe, Some Need Protection   8-7

 

Texas Plains Cotton: Pests Mostly Quiet, False Chinch Bugs on the Rise   8-7

 

Georgia Cotton: Irrigating Through Bloom Under Adverse Conditions   8-7

 

Tennessee Cotton: Why Is the Crop “Turning” Early? – Podcast   8-6

 

Texas Cotton: Harvest Aids – The Art and Science   8-5

 

Hemp

 

Kentucky: Hemp Russet Mite Management   8-7

 

Kansas Hemp: Test Plots Flourish, Good News for Farmers?   8-9

 

Kentucky Hemp: Dealing with Septoria Leaf Spot   8-7

 

Pecans | Peanuts

 

Georgia Pecans: Time for Water Stage Fruit Split   8-9

 

Georgia Peanuts: Large Numbers of Velvetbean Caterpillars; Scout for Lesser Cornstalk Borers   8-9

 

Rice

 

Arkansas Rice: Field Day Covers Advances in Breeding, Management Systems   8-9

 

Wheat

 

Texas Wheat: AgriLife ‘Top Picks’ Varieties Updated   8-5

 

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