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Cotton – Midsouth – More Open Bolls But More Rain, Too   8-28


Cotton – Southeast – Defoliation Starts But All Eyes On Looming Hurricane – AgFax   8-28


Cotton – Southwest – Yield Estimates | Resistance Concerns – AgFax   8-28




Monster Tumbleweed: Invasive New Species Here to Stay   8-27


Farm Show: “We still need trade, not aid.” – DTN   8-28


Stress – Coping With Uncertainty Ahead Of Harvest And Frost – DTN   8-29


Indiana: Farmland Values Slip in Aug. According to Survey   8-30


Cleveland On Cotton: Any “Certainties” Lean Toward The Negative   8-30


Family Farms: 3 Steps For Keeping Everyone On The Same Pag - DTN   8-30


Hemp Crop Insurance Coverage Available for 2020   8-27


Perdue Pushing For River Lock Projects – A Global “Infrastructure Race” Brewing? – DTN   8-30


Grain Elevators Face Market Volatility Amid Corn Crop Uncertainty   8-30


Perdue: Damage Control A’Plenty On Lost Ethanol Sales, Trade War – DTN   8-29


Ag Policy: Warren’s Supply Management Program – Commentary   8-28


Ag Trade: Japan Agrees to Buy U.S. Corn, Wheat – DTN   8-28


Why Do Fewer Farms Produce Both Crops and Animals?   8-26


Dossett On Rice: Reasons To Ride The Bull   8-30


Ethanol: OMB Offered EPA Solutions To Waiver Blending Losses…No Luck – DTN   8-27


Tariffs And Tweets Ramp Up, Ag In The Middle…Still – DTN   8-26


Trump Looks at Biofuel-Blending Quotas to Mitigate Fallout from Waivers   8-27




Drought Monitor Weekly: Heavy Rains Hit Central Plains, Gulf Coast   8-29


Georgia: Hurricane Dorian an Increasing Threat   8-29




USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   8-30


Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   8-3


Rice Market: Export Sales Improved – Iraq, Venezuela Make Appearance   8-29


Moving Grain: Panama Canal Lock Maintenance Tentatively Scheduled   8-29


Peanut Stocks: Utilization Down 1%; 2.4 Bln Pounds in Storage   8-29


Wheat Market Looks Grim – DTN   8-29


DTN Fertilizer Trends: Large Declines for 2nd Week   8-28


World Rough Rice Prices Unchanged   8-28


Shurley on Cotton: Don’t Bury Your Heads in the Sand   8-28


U.S. Farm Goods Targeted Again as Trade War Escalates   8-26


Fuel Report: Diesel, Gas Down Slightly   8-29


USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   8-27


Thompson On Cotton: Tuning Out Gnats And Trade Rhetoric – Hard To Do   8-27


Rice Weekly Market Report, Aug. 26 – USDA   8-27




Arkansas: Soil Testing Streamlined by New Online System   8-28


Corn | Soybeans


Arkansas Corn: What Does Harvest Hold in Store?   8-30


Michigan: Don’t Forget to Calibrate Yield Monitors Prior to Harvest   8-29


Indiana Soybeans: Watch for These Late Season Caterpillars   8-29


North Carolina Soybeans: 5 Tips for Managing Pests in Sept.   8-29


Illinois Corn: Maximizing Strip-Till Efficiency   8-28


Minnesota: Planning Fall Fertilizer in Prevented Plant Fields   8-28


Midwest Corn: Dry Conditions Can Reduce Kernel Size   8-27


Nebraska Soybeans: Scout Fields for Frogeye Leaf Spot   8-26


Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board Releases 2019 Research Report   8-26


Minnesota Corn, Soybeans: Late-Season Pest Considerations – Podcast   8-26


Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Scheduling Last Irrigations with Delayed Crop Maturity   8-26


Mississippi Soybeans: When Should You Terminate Irrigation?   8-26


Iowa Soybeans: Upper Leaves Showing Potassium Deficiency   8-26


Cotton | Sorghum


2019 Mid-South Cotton Defoliation Guide Now Available   8-30


Tennessee Cotton, Soybeans: Crop Diseases and Upcoming Field Days – Podcast   8-30


Texas Plains Pests: Hot, Dry Conditions Keeping Activity Limited   8-27


Georgia Cotton: Proper Defoliation Timing an Important Decision   8-30


Virginia Cotton: Defoliation Season Should Begin Early   8-27


Tennessee: Insect Control – Last Week for Cotton, Not So Much for Soybeans   8-30


Cotton: To Control Target Spot, Target It First – 4 Points   8-27


Texas Cotton, Corn: Bollworms, Bt Resistance, and Field Scouting   8-27


Georgia Cotton: Increase in Silverleaf Whitefly, Aphid Populations   8-26


Texas Cotton: Management Tips for Aphids   8-26




Indiana Hemp: “New” Pest May Have Been Here For Years   8-30


Pecans | Peanuts


Virginia Peanuts: Harvest Looks 2-3 Weeks Out   8-28


Southeast Georgia Pecans: Scout for Aphids, Mites   8-27


Georgia Peanuts: Avoid Flaring Spider Mites When Treating for Caterpillars   8-26




Arkansas Rice: Sooty Mold Not the Same as Kernel Smut   8-29


Arkansas Rice: Harvest Times Sync Up with Mother Nature   8-29


Texas Rice: Crop Is Late and Getting Later   8-26


Arkansas Rice: New Varieties Featured at Horizon Ag Field Day   8-26




Kentucky Wheat: Ryegrass Control Begins at Planting   8-30


Kentucky Wheat: Selecting the Right Varieties   8-30


Michigan Winter Wheat: 5 Tips for Seeding the 2020 Crop   8-29


Kentucky Wheat: Soil Nitrogen and Fall Nutrient Management   8-30


Kentucky Wheat: How Does Rainfall, Drought Affect Aphid Populations?   8-30


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