Cleveland on Cotton: Reading the Tea Leaves

🕔Mar 18, 2016Going into Friday’s trading, cotton prices had eased higher in five of the prior six sessions. A few shorts had been chased out and the bulls were feeling their oats. […]

Nebraska Soybeans: Strategies for Dealing with Delayed Planting

🕔May 29, 2015With parts of the state experiencing record rainfall amounts and frequent rainfall events in May, soybean planting is behind normal this year. According to the USDA NASS crop report on […]

Arkansas Corn, Sorghum: Weather Continues to Hinder Field Operations

🕔May 29, 2015Corn and Grain Sorghum Update – Dr. Jason Kelley (Wheat and Feed Grains Specialist) Wet weather continues to be the biggest issue for corn.  Many have and are still struggling […]

Arkansas Rice: This Season ‘Deja Vu All Over Again’

🕔May 29, 2015Crop Progress Yogi Berra would say this year is déjà vu all over again. Here we find ourselves at the end of May with plenty of rice ready to go […]

Mississippi Cotton: How Late Is Too Late to Plant? 10 Considerations.

🕔May 29, 2015Given the excessive rainfall this spring many have inquired about how late is too late to plant cotton?

Ohio Soybeans: Consider All Options Before Replanting

🕔May 28, 2015With the majority of soybeans now planted in Ohio and some plants beginning to emerge, growers statewide should evaluate soybean stands to determine if their crops are doing well or […]

Nebraska Soybeans: 4 Considerations for Late-Planted Fields

🕔May 28, 2015Producers usually start to wonder if they should make any soybean management changes as they move into June planting such as changing relative maturity, row spacing, and seeding rates. As […]

Midwest Corn: From Up and Growing to Just Emerged – AgFax Midwest Grain

🕔May 28, 2015Kentucky growers are looking for an opportunity with canola this year.     Striped rust is showing up in Nebraska wheat, and fungicides are playing out. Wisconsin corn growers are […]

Louisiana: Sweet Potato Planting Delayed by Rains

🕔May 28, 2015This time of year should be the “heart” of sweet potato planting season in Louisiana. But instead, the production schedule is being delayed by unrelenting rain. Normally, about 60-70 percent […]

Cotton Southwest: Weather Delays Mean Fewer Planted Acres – AgFax

🕔May 27, 2015Weather delays are potentially taking out more cotton acres. Growers, who have already put down cotton-only preemergent products, are faced with limited crop alternatives.  Insects have been relatively light so […]

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