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Paul Sep 17
Left kernel planted May 13 Right kernel planted May 31 About the same number of kernels per ear
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Brent Johnson Sep 17
April 25th planted 113 day with fungicide testing 24-26%.
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ChunkChunka Sep 15
ENDYMION ESP 82PFC! 18 PFC #32 WOOOOO!!!! Didn’t expect to get this today, only played it a few times to take a break from DEGRS lol. First time making it to the end run with a gold combo, then just locked it down 😤 🔥🙌🏻🍆 MA but WHATEVER!
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Andrew Johansen Sep 16
So far, day time temps in Sep have averaged 5 degrees above normal. Night time temps have averaged 8 degrees above normal. The warmer temps accelerated our local harvest. So far, 20% of inbounds are n/c. I'd expect it be be 50% by Friday. Harvest is here. Be safe.
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Stephanie Porter 6h
I have not seen a lot of Physoderma Brown spot (stalk rot) in my area, but I realized how real it was in this Northern Illinois June Planted yesterday. You can have the leaf blight phase (and no stalk rot) and stalk rot (with no leaf symptoms)
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Brandon Strutzenberg Sep 17
I’m sorry people But you can’t expect 168 when 40-50%? of was planted AFTER JUNE 1 For crying out loud!! NOT HAPPENING!!! I’m hard pressed to believe 155 is attainable!!!
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Karen Braun Sep 13
This map helps visualize the year-on-year change in U.S. production by state, using USDA's latest forecast. Huge hole in the Eastern Belt - output is down 800 million bushels in Illinois, Indiana, & Ohio alone. Supplies in minor southern areas should be up big on the year.
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Karyl Henry Sep 18
{NEW} Confetti Casserole is a fun twist on the classic side dish. This EASY casserole is perfect for holiday entertaining and great as leftovers
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Tara Schrock 🇺🇸🌱🌽 Sep 17
I was born and raised on a farm. 42 years later still live there and work in Ag too. Thanks to , I realize how little I know about Ag! I LOVE the harvest videos of crops I’m not familiar with! It’s mind blowing! There’s so much more than and ! 🤷‍♀️😉
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Cory Jorgensen Sep 17
Finally getting our first indication of how an entire field of is going to perform now that we’ve started chopping 🌽
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Karen Braun Sep 16
Last Friday's poll results: Only 8% of the voters think U.S. harvested area doesn't need to be cut. 77% think that more than 1 million acres need to come off. 46% think USDA is too high by 2+ mln acres. Without a change in yield, harv acres at 80M drops prod by 343 mbu.
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Andrey Sizov Sep 18
Argentina exports 🌽 at record pace for recent years, traders are afraid of export restrictions after expected Macri's loss
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Karen Braun Sep 17
Replying to @kannbwx
It is not just Brazil, though. A quick survey of the map also shows about 68,000 tonnes of currently en route to the USA from .
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Arlan Suderman Sep 16
reaching dent stage continues to lag.
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FarmerNate Sep 15
We interrupt my normally scheduled barrage of cute Jersey calf pictures to bring you a 45second glimpse of the 10day extravaganza that is
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Kevin Van Trump 4h
: Net sales of 1,728,100 MT for 2019/2020 were primarily for China : Net sales of 1,464,600 MT for 2019/2020 were primarily for Mexico Both exceed the expectations of the trade
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navajo_podcaster Sep 17
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YHS Student Senate Sep 13
Get ready for Spirit Week 2019 (9/23-9/27)! This year's themes: 'Merica Monday, Time Travel Tuesday, Western Wednesday, Class Colors Thursday
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Stephanie Porter 17h
We had a contest trying to find the most rows around on a few of the 105 day hybrids in a research plot near Roanoke, IL
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Jordan Gackle 20h
Timely planted (May 15) 89-day in southern ND still not fully dented. Cobs look massive but time is running out quickly.
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