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Karen Braun Jun 18
Here's a look at the versus a year ago. Most of the growers report that emerged beans look a little better overall than the , but they are seriously behind normal development. The Indiana soybeans were finally planted on June 14 (last yr April 26).
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Karen Braun Jun 17
June 16: U.S. was 92% planted (same as trade guess, 100% is avg). were 77% planted (trade guess was 79%, 5yr avg is 93%).
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Kevin Van Trump Jun 17
Top 4 states have 10+ million still in the bag and 3 days to the deadline. Similar story in 2 weeks ago From what I've heard these 4 states took the brunt of the rainfall over the weekend. Stay safe out there folks, I sure everyone is ready to be done!
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Tommy Grisafi Jun 16
Illinois farmers give up on planting after floods, throw party instead
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Nick Paumen Jun 17
Replying to @Grainrat15
Crop development is will be a big market influence going forward since planting will wrap up shortly. & close the gap of their averages but nevertheless the crop is taking off more top end yield as maturity is too far behind where it usually should be.
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Jim McCormick Jun 17
Areas that were hit with flooding rains over the weekend are lined up for even more heavy rains this week. If forecast holds will be pretty much over with in the Eastern Corn Belt
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Karen Braun 16h
Drove through northwest Ohio yesterday (which is furthest behind on planting and ). This was the route. Yellow=terrible. Most crops were up (actually largest of the day) but all fields were flooded and saturated. Those pictures are attached here.
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Farm Policy 14h
farmdoc webinar: Net Returns from Planting for Different Yields and Prices, June 21 (1 day after FPD)
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José Luis Rotundo 4h
Recent article on environmental and nutrient effects on biological N fixation. This is a quantitative summary of published literature.....what make plants "happy" also favours biological fixation of atmospheric N. Ask for a copy if interested.
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Darin D. Fessler Jun 16
Final Soybean Plant Dates, Observed Precip in Jun, Forecast thru Month End.
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Farm Policy 14h
farmdoc webinar: Be careful planting on a prevent plant acre
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Ale Frick Jun 18
Just been scouting some before the next rain. Pretty pleased with how they are coming along 👍
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Keith Baker 12h
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Karen Braun Jun 10
June 9: U.S. is 83% planted, up from 67% a week ago. The trade expected 83% and the slowest on record for the date is 88% in 1995. are 60% planted, up from 39% last week. Trade guess was 56% and slowest ever was 54% in 1995.
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Kevin Van Trump Jun 17
Most suspect the will show between 75% and 80% of the crop is now . Field trials in Illinois where showing yield losses higher than -10% on acres planted after May 20 Planting after June 10 could led to an almost -20% yield drag.
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Midwest Market Sol Jun 18
Roughly 19.7 million acres of remain to be planted based on the USDA's March 29 Prospective Plantings report estimate vs 6.3 million which would have been left to plant based on an average planting pace.
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AgriThority Jun 18
AgriThority helps businesses make the best possible decisions in the field. Research scientist, Ryan Dierking Ph.D., evaluates the emergence of soybeans at a Kansas trial site to determine if a replant will be necessary for adequate data collection.
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