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Corn School: Knee-high, now what?

July 10, 2020

All the “knee-high by the first (or fourth) of July” photos have been posted on social media, with the crop looking nice from above; but what’s going on below the canopy? Now is the time to check weed populations and asses...

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Soybean School: Early flowering has pros & cons

July 10, 2020

It has long been believed that soybean doesn’t flower until after the summer solstice — June 21, the longest day of the year. Research from Dr. Shawn Conley and his team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison says otherw...

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Latest WASDE falls in line with trade expectations

July 10, 2020

There were few surprises in the latest United States Department of Agriculture’s WASDE report, with yields of principal crops left unchanged from previous reports. The USDA reported new crop corn ending stocks at 2.648 bil...

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Wheat School: Heat takes a bite out of wheat

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Waterhemp: biology & control

July 10, 2020

Check out this Field Crop News article for biology and control of waterhemp.

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Forage options following wheat

July 10, 2020

With winterkill, winter injury and low first-cut yields in many parts of Ontario as well as higher land costs, there is interest in following winter wheat and other cereals with a forage crop to help supplement inventories...

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Avoiding, preparing for & reacting to harvest fires

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Chicago wheat rallies after friendly USDA news, but other wheat markets fall.

July 10, 2020

In its first survey-based estimates for 2020, the USDA pegged this year's US winter wheat crop at 1.22 billion bu, down from about 1.27 billion bu in June and down from 1.30 billion bu last year.

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Soybean crop estimate down; market falls on weather forecast

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USDA cuts corn crop, still sees hefty supply. Market down.

July 10, 2020

In its July supply-demand update Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture lowered its corn crop forecast from its June report, due to an adjustment for its recent smaller acreage estimate of 92 million bu, but the news f...

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Saskatchewan soil moisture Improves with rain

July 09, 2020

With an improvement in moisture conditions, Saskatchewan crop conditions have shown a general improvement over the past three weeks.

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Chicago Close: wheat repeats as the upside leader

July 09, 2020

Wheat futures stormed higher for the second day in a row, offering spillover support to corn and soybeans.

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