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Editor: Debra L Ferguson

Associate Editor: Ernst Undesser

  

 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

 

Researchers Rediscover Fast-Acting Insecticide Lost After WWII   10-14

 

EDITOR’S PICKS

 

Dicamba: Illinois Kicks Off 2020 Regulation Showdown – DTN   10-18

 

Hemp’s Growing Pains — Uncertainty, Regular And Otherwise – DTN   10-15

 

2014 Farm Bill – Which Paid More, PLC or ARC-CO?   10-16

 

DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Another Unfavorable Application Season This Fall   10-15

 

Farm Conservation Policy – What’s Next?   10-18

 

Cleveland on Cotton: When Will Chinese “Yes” Finally Mean Yes?   10-18

 

World Food Supply — Future Shortfalls Widen, Latest Projections Show – DTN   10-17

 

Tractor Sales Buoyed By Replacement Cycle   10-15

 

Seed Corn Costs: Seed Company Financing vs. Traditional Financing   10-17

 

Farm Employee Or Contractor? 4 Points For Determining Status – DTN   10-15

 

USDA Opens 2020 Enrollment for ARC, PLC Programs   10-15

 

Hubbs on Grain: Corn, Soybeans Move Higher on Supply, Trade Numbers   10-14 

 

Seed Corn Costs: How Do Discounts Work with Seed Company Financing?   10-15

  
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WEEDS

 

Michigan: Fall Weed Control Reminders on Late, Prevent Plant Acres   10-18

 

Louisiana: Glyphosate-Resistant Italian Ryegrass Management Considerations   10-18

 

Dicamba: Illinois Department of Ag Announces 2020 Restrictions   10-16

 

WEST

 

California Almonds: Start 2020’s Weed Management After 2019’s Harvest   10-16

 

California Alfalfa: Chlorpyrifos Leaves The Market – Effects, Alternatives?   10-12

 

BIOFUEL 

 

Biofuels: Farmers, Lawmakers Dismayed Over Proposed EPA Ethanol Formula   10-16

 

WEATHER

 

Drought Monitor Weekly: Mostly Wet, Some Continued Dry Spots   10-18

 

NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – Nov., Dec., Jan.   10-18

 

Georgia: Another Tropical Storm on the Way?   10-18

 

Freezing Temps, Snow Bring Widespread Harvest Challenges   10-15

  

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MARKETS | MONEY

 

Distillers Grains: Under Pressure from Weaker Cash Corn Prices – DTN   10-18

 

USDA: Peanut Price Highlights   10-18

 

Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   10-18

 

Moving Grain: Arkansas River Navigation Recovering   10-18

 

Wheat Market: Quality Concerns, Minimal Selling Drive Spring Wheat Export Prices   10-17

 

Rice Market: Prices Stabilize as Final Harvest Number Tabulated   10-17

 

Shurley On Cotton: Don’t Hold Out For Good News   10-15

 

USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   10-15

 

1st Steps to Trade Deal? China to Buy $40-$50 Bln in U.S. Farm Goods   10-14

 

PECAN PRICES

 

Georgia Pecan Prices: Light Deliveries, More Varieties Hitting Market   10-16

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Mississippi Outdoors: Keep Hunting, but Have Deer Tested for CWD   10-18

 

IN THE FIELD  

 

Minnesota: How Does Irrigation Impact Nitrate Leaching, Groundwater Quality? – Video   10-18

 

Phosphorus Management: 8 Steps to Reduce Edge of Field Losses   10-17

 

Minnesota: Haney Soil Test – How Can It Help You? – Video   10-16

 

Tennessee: Soil Sampling – How to Get the Best Results   10-16

 

Minnesota: Fall Fertilizer Economics – Podcast   10-15

 

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Corn | Soybeans

 

Mississippi Soybeans: Challenged by Reduced Acreage, Shaky Start   10-18

 

Iowa Soybeans: Frost Damage – What to Expect   10-17

 

Ohio Corn: Tar Spot – What You Need to Know   10-17

 

Minnesota: Cover Crop “Recipes” Now Available   10-16

 

Mississippi: Corn Varieties – 2020 MSU Short List   10-18

 

Nebraska: Avoiding Harvest Compaction in Wet Soils   10-16

 

Ohio: Soybean Cyst Nematode – Fall Is the Time to Sample   10-17

 

Mississippi Corn: Variety Trials – What Did Well in 2019?   10-16

 

Missouri Soybeans: Grain Remains Green in Plants Killed Before Maturity   10-16

 

Cotton | Sorghum

 

Texas High Plains Cotton: Harvest Activity Increases   10-18

 

Pecans | Peanuts

 

Florida Peanuts: New Nematode Resistant Variety Gets On-Farm Trials   10-14

 

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