The end of March heralds not only the beginning of spring — a crucial time for both winter and spring wheat production — but also the first round of winter […]
The purpose of a soil test is to provide guidance in fertilizer application. Soil test results help you fine-tune your nutrient management practices based on real data, and ultimately protect […]
On a day when the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down over 400 points, the grain sector showed little concern, posting mostly small gains on light trading volume. July K.C. […]
Beans are under light pressure at midday challenging the one-month lows. CORN Corn trade is narrowly mixed at midday. Trade is continuing to chop around the lower end of the […]
Powdery mildew typically isn’t an issue in his area, but in this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer says it’s apparent in spots.
The European Commission conditionally approved Bayer’s proposed acquisition of Monsanto on Wednesday. Bayer has now received approvals for the transaction from substantially more than half of the some 30 regulatory […]
Here are a few questions that I received over the last few days or so. Thought all might benefit?
**USDA’s Export Sales report was postponed until Friday, March 23rd after this writing** 6:00 a.m. CME Globex: May corn was 2 cents higher, May soybeans were 1 cent higher, and […]
Apparently Mother Nature didn’t get the memo that today is the first day of spring. Forecasts across Kentucky are predicting measurable snow accumulation. Despite these predictions, the temperatures are supposed […]
According to the latest survey, both soybean cyst nematode (SCN) and root knot nematode (RKN) are leading causes of soybean yield losses in portions of the Midsouth. Thus, sampling for these […]