In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Dicamba’s Status As EPA Scrambles? It’s Complicated – and more.
Summary Category 2 Hurricane Sally made landfall on September 16 near Gulf Shores, Alabama, around 4:45 am CDT, with sustained winds near 105 mph. Torrential rainfall across southern Alabama and […]
Texas pecan production appears better than expected, but market uncertainty amid the pandemic looms, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Larry Stein, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension horticulturist, Uvalde, said expectations […]
When orchard trees meet power lines, disaster can result. Whether it’s a power outage affecting millions or the accidental death of a farm worker, such scenarios can have devastating and […]
Andrew Restuccia and Jesse Newman reported in Friday’s Wall Street Journal that, “President Trump unveiled $13 billion in new aid to farmers facing economic harm from the coronavirus pandemic as he aimed to boost support […]
Cost Benefit Analysis of CFAP2 Payments Sep 22, 2020
At a campaign stop in Wisconsin on September 17, 2020, President Trump announced a second round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP2) payments. USDA estimates up to $14 billion in […]
When a tree dies and is removed, there is always a question of whether to replant in that spot. The decision of whether to replant an individual tree is a […]
On the date this was written (September18), we have about 35-40% of the crop harvested. Golden Hills nut quality is reportedly very high, with 85% or more clean open split […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – More COVID-19 Aid Set | Federal Safety Net Favors Soybeans | and more.
Summary Dozens of dangerous and sometimes deadly wildfires continued to burn across the West, with the greatest concentration of blazes affecting the parched Pacific Coast States. By mid-September, 16 active […]