In this week's AgFax Weekend - Dicamba Complaints Again | Picking the Best Equipment, Tech | and more.
More rainfall across the board makes for an abnormal July following suit for the first half of 2021. No one is complaining, but concerns are growing about the ability to make timely Pix applications.
For the third consecutive day, December cotton futures closed higher, rising by 1.17 cents to a closing value of 89.86 cents. March 2022 futures closed up 1.03 cents at 89.41 […]
Tempers are running hot this year, as dicamba injury surfaces for a fifth year and EPA seeks to evaluate the success of the 2020 dicamba labels.
Summary Active weather prevailed across much of the South, East, and Midwest, as well as parts of the Plains, into the middle of July, followed by a southward shift in […]
Southeast Cotton: Rain Causing Issues Jul 22, 2021
The Southeast is struggling to get in fields as rains continue for days at a time.
Texas Field Reports: Fall Armyworms on the March Jul 22, 2021
Cooler temperatures and widespread rain events across Texas have forage and crop producers scrambling to fight armyworms, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Vanessa Corriher-Olson, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension forage […]
Southwest Cotton: Bollworms Below Normal Jul 22, 2021
Bug pressure has decreased in much of the Southwest. But beware of bollworm, stink bug, Lygus, spider mite and fleahopper flare-ups as the crop approaches or hits bloom and nears cutout.
DTN Cotton Open: Market Breaches Ninety Cents Jul 22, 2021
The cotton market finally pierced its ninety-cent resistance Thursday morning amid decent export sales news, and a retreating U.S. dollar. A surging Dow Jones is also helping cotton’s bullish cause. […]
DTN Cotton Close: Slightly Higher, Awaits Sales Data Jul 21, 2021
After seesawing over Tuesday’s strong settlement, cotton did close in positive territory. A rebounding Dow Jones and positive Chicago grains peripherally helped the market stay its bullish course. To that […]