The University of Georgia has been looking at a lot of early-planted soybeans and trying to decide on continuing insect and disease sprays.
Sudden death syndrome, or SDS, has been observed in soybean fields in Indiana over the last week.
For the most part, soybean aphids have been a problem only in odd numbered years. Several other states have broken this two-year cycle, but it has held in Ohio for more than 10 years.
Mississippi Daily Grain Report (08/27/14)
Montana Cash Grain Prices (08/26/14)
Grain Prices Illinois River Barge Points (08/26/14)
Export Grain Bids (08/26/14)
CO/NE/WY Elevator Grain Bids (08/26/14)
Kentucky Daily Grain Elevators, Open Bids (08/26/14)
South Carolina Closing Grain Bids (08/26/14)
North Carolina Grain (08/26/14)
Minneapolis, MN Daily Cash Grain Report (08/26/14)
Exports: Corn net sales (finally) climb (02/27/14)
Exports: Corn net sales plummet 46 percent (02/21/14)
USDA: Corn sales tumble 25% from last week (02/13/14)
WASDE: Corn prices to stay under $5 (02/10/14)
USDA: Corn net sales dip slightly (02/06/14)
Export sales: Corn tumbles 16 percent (01/24/14)
USDA: Corn sales start 2014 steady (01/09/14)
Corn exports slowly creep higher (12/19/13)
$4.75 corn in 2014? USDA thinks so (12/10/13)
Morning Comments 08/27
Hopes for a demand surge are supporting the soy complex. This week’s breakdown in old-crop bean and meal prices, as well as the sustained weakness suffered by the new crop markets, have obviously reduced soy costs to buyers. Traders now think those losses will spark renewed demand from domestic and export customers. September soybean futures rose 1.0 cent to $10.765/bushel in early Wednesday trading, but November futures bounced 3.75 cents to $10.3175. September soyoil added 0.05 cents to 33.08 cents/pound, and September soymeal rallied $6.1 to $394.8/ton.