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    Southeast Cotton: Moisture and Warm Temps Make for a Good Week 

    Midsouth Cotton: Potential Tropical Depression Threatens Areas Already Underwater 

    Southwest Cotton: Weeds and Pests Pick Up as the Crops Perk Up 


    Tax Changes Would Hit Ag Hard, Say Experts – DTN   6-16

    Estimating Total Crop Acres in the U.S.   6-14

    Eyeing USDA’s Budget Request – DTN   6-18

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Slow March Higher Continues   6-18

    Biofuels: Biden Administration Reportedly Considering RFS Relief for Oil Refiners   6-18

    Ag Taxes: Looking Over the American Families Plan – DTN   6-18

    Cleveland on Cotton: Market Mostly Recovered from Commodity Shakeup   6-18

    IRS Raids Michigan-Based Boersen Farms – DTN   6-16

    USDA Reminds Producers to File Crop Acreage Reports   6-18

    More Ag Pandemic Relief Details – DTN   6-16

    USDA Announces Dates for CRP General and Grasslands Signups   6-16

    Diesel Fuel: Keep Tanks Clean, Ensure Quality for Improved Power – DTN   6-16

    Grain Farms: High Commodity Prices Lead to Increased Production Costs   6-14


    Minnesota Farmers Face Expanding Drought – DTN   6-18

    Drought Monitor Weekly: Heavy Rains in Southeast; Hot, Dry Up North   6-18

    NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook – July, Aug., Sept.   6-18


    Florida Peanuts: Mid-Season Weed Control Options and Considerations   6-14

    USDA Reports – Scroll Down


    Weekly Cotton Market Review – USDA   6-18

    Distiller’s Grains: Down on Corn, Soy Weakness, Lack of Buyers – DTN   6-18

    Rice Market Update: Iraq Changes Procurement Procedures   6-18

    Corn, Soybeans: Chances of Lower Harvest Revenues in 2021   6-18

    Moving Grain: $1.6Mln Adwarded for SmartPort to State of Louisiana   6-18

    U.S. Grain Stocks-To-Use Ratios Have Declined Since 1960   6-17

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices   6-15

    Ag Trade: Amid China’s Record Grain Buying, Port Delays Arise   6-14

    Shurley on Cotton: Prices Post a “Triple Top”   6-14

    Ag Trade: Chinese Meat Imports Decline, More Purchases of U.S. Corn   6-14

    Thompson on Cotton: 90 Cents Squarely in the Crosshairs   6-14

    Rice Market: USDA Numbers Slightly Bullish   6-14


    Mississippi: Watermelon Quality Good as Harvest Gets Underway   6-18

    Fuel Report: Diesel, Gas Prices Rise   6-16


    Mississippi: Questions to Answer After Flooding – Podcast   6-14

    Texas: Nutrient Management – Iron Deficiency Made Worse by Wet Weather   6-16

    Mississippi: Soil Management – Immediately After the Flood   6-14

    Corn | Soybeans

    West Texas Corn, Sorghum: Massive Fall Armyworm Flight According to Traps   6-18

    Corn: Possible Causes for Seeing Stripes in Your Crops – DTN   6-16

    Missouri: Spring Rains Bring Root Rots   6-16

    Alabama Soybeans: Increasing Yields and Profits – Video   6-16

    North Carolina Corn: Managing Stink Bugs   6-15

    Michigan: Consider Drought-Motivated Irrigation Purchases Carefully   6-14

    Alabama Soybeans: Mid-Season Fertilizer Applications – Video   6-14

    Texas Corn, Sorghum: Impact of Ponded Water/Flooding   6-14

    Michigan Soybeans: Should You Be Double Cropping?   6-14

    Cotton | Sorghum

    Alabama Cotton: Sidedress Fertilizer Applications   6-16

    Texas Plains: Checking if Fields Survived the Weather, Not Many Pests Yet   6-15

    Texas Blacklands Cotton: Fleahopper, Aphid Populations Explode   6-15

    Alabama Cotton: Scouting for Plant Bugs – Video   6-14

    Texas LRGV: Cotton Mostly Clean, Sorghum Midge Still a Problem   6-15


    Arkansas Rice: Rain, Rain, Go Away   6-14


    Georgia Peanuts: Early to Mid-Season Irrigation   6-18


    Ohio Wheat: Don’t Delay Harvest   6-16


    Global Markets: Cotton – Strong Chinese Consumption, State Reserve Demand Drive Imports to 7-Year High   6-18

    Global Markets: Rice – Philippines Lowers Import Tariff with Potential to Diversify Suppliers   6-18

    Global Markets: Wheat – Russian Export Policies Shift Timing of Shipments   6-18

    Global Markets: Coarse Grains – U.S. Corn Exports at New High for 2020/21   6-18

    Global Markets: Oilseeds – Rebound in Chinese Demand Adds to Price Strength   6-18

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