Fund buying seen early in the week dried up by late in the week and futures reversed course for lower weekly closes.
Farmers from 10 states are eligible to join a potential class action against Monsanto from dicamba drift damage. States include Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
DuPont Crop Protection received federal approval for FeXapan herbicide plus VaporGrip technology for use in Roundup Ready 2 Xtend soybeans and cotton. DuPont licensed this dicamba herbicide from Monsanto last summer.
The Climate Prediction Center's outlook for March through May calls for above-normal temps from Nebraska southward and eastward, raising moisture requirements for the HRW wheat crop.
Weigh the pros and cons of at-home treatment before making the investment.
In their story, “Plowed Under, The Next American Farm Bust Is Upon Us,” the Wall Street Journal reported on the tough times we’re facing in agriculture. They are tough. And, as a corn and soybean farmer, it’s painful to see. But farmers are nothing if not resilient. And we’ll survive this one too.
Demand has been the real driver of the soybean complex, but is it stable or elastic demand?
Pro Farmer Editor Brian Grete provides closing market commentary.