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Beware Of Planting Into Cold Soil

Mar 23, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
While many across the country are itching to get into fields, planting too early could lead to cold or even frost injury to seedlings, resulting in lowered stands and therefore reduced yield potential.

Biofuels Credit Market Slumping

Mar 22, 2018 by Bloomberg
U.S. oil refiners seek change in the federal mandate requiring them to blend biofuels. Yet the market in biofuel credits shows they’re getting some of what they want anyway.

Acreage Preview: Cotton To Climb

Mar 22, 2018 by Anna-Lisa Laca
The most recent USDA estimate shows farmers will plant 13.5 million acres of cotton in 2018. Private estimates are lower than USDA’s estimate for the most part but still land above the 13 million mark.