Apr 17, 2014
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2014 Farm Bill: Decision Time

Five crop years are riding on a one-time selection. MORE>
 

Corn’s Global Game

Supply shocks more likely to bring price spikes than demand increases. MORE>
 

A Deeper Understanding

New laboratory testing procedures lay the groundwork for improving soil health MORE>
 

High-Yield Wheat: Help Yield Potential Become Reality

Growing conditions and available moisture obviously affect yield, but it all starts with varieties that have the genetic potential to succeed in your area.  MORE>
 

Flex Your Knowledge

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  • AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 4-17-14
    04/17/2014
    Brock Schimbeno of Grain Hedge says it was a mixed trade today. Export sales were good. The major issue for the weekend is the weather. Markets will open Sunday night.
  • AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 4-17-14
    04/17/2014
    Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing says many corn growers are expecting prices to go higher. Beans are unwinding old crop prices. Wheat is influenced by dry weather and Ukraine/Russia. Hogs are doing better but cattle are weak after Easter demand.
  • Pros and Cons of Soil Insecticide Use for Corn Rootworm Protection
    04/17/2014
    Entomologists say root protection from single traits that are working well will not increase when an insecticide is added on top of the trait.

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