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Louisiana Soybeans: Will Beans Flooded By TS Cindy Take A Hit?

Louisiana Soybeans: Will Beans Flooded By TS Cindy Take A Hit?

👤By Boyd Padgett, Louisiana State University 🕔Jun 24, 2017

This spring, high amounts of rainfall have hindered plant growth and even in some fields reduced plant populations to levels where replanting was necessary. Now, tropical storm Cindy has dumped large amounts of rain across the soybean producing region of

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Dicamba Ban in Arkansas: Monsanto’s Position – Call the Governor

Dicamba Ban in Arkansas: Monsanto’s Position – Call the Governor

👤By Christi Dixon, Monsanto 🕔Jun 24, 2017

Yesterday (Friday, June 24), the Arkansas State Plant Board recommended an action that will prevent farmers from having access to all of the available weed control options.   The recommendation made by the Plant Board to ban the use in

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AgFax Weekend: AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln

AgFax Weekend: AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln

👤AgFax Staff 🕔Jun 23, 2017

This week’s AgFax Weekend – AR Dicamba Ban; Agrisure Corn Suit – $217.7Mln; Ag Bankers Nervous ; and more.

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Nebraska Soybeans: Know Growth Stage Restrictions Before Using Postemergence Herbicides

Nebraska Soybeans: Know Growth Stage Restrictions Before Using Postemergence Herbicides

👤By Amit Jhala - Extension Weed Management Specialist, UNL CropWatch 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Heavy rains and cooler soils in May in many areas of the state delayed soybean planting or the application of preemergence herbicides. Early season weed control is important to avoid crop-weed competition and yield loss, particularly in soybean where there

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Tennessee Soybeans: Kudzu Bugs Migrating into Fields

Tennessee Soybeans: Kudzu Bugs Migrating into Fields

👤By Scott Stewart, University of Tennessee 🕔Jun 23, 2017

I’ve been watching kudzu bug populations on kudzu, and I am now seeing late-instar immature stages and next-generation adults. This means we will start seeing adults migrating into some soybean fields.

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Mississippi Corn, Soybeans: Navigating Fungicide Active Ingredients

Mississippi Corn, Soybeans: Navigating Fungicide Active Ingredients

👤By Tom Allen, Mississippi State University 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Confusion continues to surround the currently available fungicide formulations as well as the general classes of the active ingredients included in fungicide products.

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Michigan Corn, Soybeans: Evaluating Storm-Damaged Crops

Michigan Corn, Soybeans: Evaluating Storm-Damaged Crops

👤By Marilyn Thelen, Michigan State University Extension 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Heavy rains, strong winds, hail and even tornadoes leave their mark on fields across the Midwest every year. If your farm is in the path of one of these storms, there is not much you can do, except seek shelter

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Michigan Soybeans: Assessing Water Damage to Emerged Crops

Michigan Soybeans: Assessing Water Damage to Emerged Crops

👤By Mike Staton, Michigan State University 🕔Jun 23, 2017

Heavy rain on June 22-23, 2017, has created waterlogged and ponded areas in many soybean fields in Michigan. (Similar flooding occured in 2015). The excess soil water is detrimental to soybeans for several reasons and affected producers need to know

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Iowa: Trump Visit Salutes Agriculture – DTN

Iowa: Trump Visit Salutes Agriculture – DTN

👤By Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter 🕔Jun 23, 2017

President Donald Trump told Iowa farmers and ranchers Wednesday evening that he will continue to stand with them on a number of issues.  During a campaign-style rally, Trump said he will defend attacks on ethanol, work to eliminate the estate

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DTN Grain Close: Corn Falls to New Low in 2017

DTN Grain Close: Corn Falls to New Low in 2017

👤From DTN/Telvent 🕔Jun 23, 2017

After four consecutive days of lower closes, December corn fell another 5 1/2 cents Friday to its lowest close in 2017, pressured by a forecast for moderate temperatures and occasional showers heading into July. November soybeans ended down 2 1/4

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