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Tyson Narjes May 21
It's a good thing isn't a sissy crop like . Ahh life in the high plains
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Kaldomare May 21
offers same picture as CBoT SRW wheat and a healthy pull-back would give price a stepping stone for further rally.
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UBCFX May 20
As predicted by our analysts, weather will be the main influence on prices in the coming months. So far wheat jumped more than 12% over the past 2 weeks but this is just the beginning! 💵📈📊📈 Stay Tuned:
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Straw_hats May 16
Will we have any deliverable quality SRW this year? Fusarium head blight risk map below.....
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The Ag Strategy May 22
Anyone starting to worry about the developing drought in Canadian spring wheat areas yet?
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Allen Meissner May 22
Well, has officially started. Little bit then on to
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agfcapstrats 17h
Wheat (ZW1) net speculative short positioning decreased significantly in the week to 21/05/2019.
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David Brady May 21
- Wave 1 complete. Wave 2 down next. Report at on what to expect going forward.
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Will Scott May 24
Disease severity, vomitoxin contamination, and fungicide efficacy varied among locations, but on average, all three fungicides reducing scab by about 55-60% and vomitoxin by approximately 50-55%. ....Prosaro v. Caramba v. Miravis Ace
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Kaldomare May 21
is finally giving back some of its recent gains. A pull-back to the 445-435 zone (N19) could trigger a buy here.
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US Wheat Associates 20h
"U.S. Spring Planted by 5/19." via
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US Wheat Associates May 23
Over the past decade, farmer Darren Padget has hosted an estimated 25 groups of U.S. customers from around the world on his farm to give them a first hand look at how the wheat moves along the supply chain from farm to port.
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Pro-Gluten May 19
nobody seems to really understand where spring is actually grown so i am posting this production map as a PSA.
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Farm Policy 19m
Compare the performance of selected , year-to-date , , , , ,
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Brian Sieker May 18
Not a good sign of how harvest is going to go if this is happening a month out.
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Kansas Mesonet May 22
Tribune(s) and Hamilton stations dropped below freezing for an hour (plus) last night. Data:
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Jero Ahola May 23
to import for first time in 12 years as drought eats into grain production
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Frédéric Suffert 3h
Investigation of urediospore morphology, histopathology and epidemiological components on plants infected with UV‐B‐induced mutant strains of striiformis f. sp. tritici
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Kai Sonder 20h
De Novo Domestication: An Alternative Route toward New Crops for the Future
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YuriNV May 24
Oc domestic values hve been unch so far since last wk, stox - low, hence idle inland trading; mills keep tr bids firm buying small lots hand to mouth; new season port rates remain an open issue yet, nc origination is not so much active yet, hwr, clearly seen>>>
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