Rains continue delaying planting progress in parts of the region, and some growers may fall back on prevented planting coverage.
Prices (July futures) continue in a range of mostly 54 to 59 cents. We’ve seen a decent uptrend since the most recent low of 53½ on May 5 and, with […]
Okay, you’ve seen plenty of lists that suggest ways to prevent or cope with herbicide resistance. This one is different. It starts with the way the wrong tank-mix combinations can make resistance worse, much worse.
The crop continues to look strong. More rain over the last week has prompted additional fungicide applications.
First, reports from around the state: Jonathan Croft, county agent covering Orangeburg, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties, is hearing “no complaints” in his area right now, and everyone is “just thankful […]
Cotton eased into the three-day weekend a bit unsteadily but still standing erect. The market was down on the week, but only after failing to close above its 59.50-cent resistant […]
Rice – Midsouth – How Many Acres For 2020? – AgFax May 21, 2020
Better growing conditions are moving the crop along and prompting some farmers to take smaller-than-usual rice to flood.
Sunshine and warmer temperatures are doing great things for the crop. Rain varies from none to heavy, with tropical storm Arthur dumping heavy amounts on the Carolinas.
Laykyn Rainbolt, Contributing Editor Owen Taylor, Editor Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Midsouth Cotton, sponsored by the Midsouth Cotton Team of Amvac Chemical Corporation. Subscribe OVERVIEW Growers planted a […]
The cotton market posted new highs Tuesday for the move as speculators covered their short positions, against buying from technical bulls. After bottoming under the 50-cent mark on April 1, […]