Plant bugs continue to increase across the board, and most fields are requiring multiple applications as adults move back in. Bollworm numbers are expected to rise in the next week based on time of year and egg reports.
Developing potential tropical storm (Claudette) threatens growers with crops already underwater from last week’s rains that hit south Arkansas, north Louisiana and parts of Mississippi hard. Other areas are looking to irrigate fields by this weekend without a rain.
The 6-11 issue of the AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter.
Corn, Soybeans: ADM Highlights Chinese Demand – DTN Jan 26, 2021
Looking at the next 18 months to two years of global grain and oilseed demand, Archer Daniels Midland Co. executives on Tuesday said they see an environment of heavy demand […]
On October 27, 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved registrations for two dicamba products, XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology and Engenia Herbicide, and extended the registration of Tavium Plus […]
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated two Florida counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties who suffered losses caused by Hurricane Sally, high winds, excessive […]
AgFax Weekend: More Stuff To Look At Oct 29, 2020
View in browser REFRESH LINK REFRESH HEADER Ernst Undesser, Web Editor Debra L. Ferguson, Editor Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Southwest Cotton, sponsored by the Southwest team of Phytogen […]
On the eve of national elections, a majority of rural adults approved of President Donald Trump’s job performance. Farmers have been willing to give him space on trade. But there […]
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 […]
Selecting a soybean variety is one of the most important decisions a producer can make in order to have a successful season. To help Louisiana soybean producers select the most […]