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VeraFX May 29
Fix some tab issues. Need to do some textures for him.
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Tayla | #blacklivesmatter #vidasnegrasimportam May 30
Today I bring you corn Tayla, tomorrow who knows?
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Derek Ginn May 28
off to a good start around here! Now if all the things out of our control can come together... for #2020
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Rodrigo Werle May 27
A one-pass herbicide program (early-POST burndown with soil residual) in tillage systems is a common practice for weed control in Wisconsin production. Folks- it’s time to get that application out! Corn in these pictures planted on April 27; giant ragweed now = 2-4”
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Erick Larson May 30
We saw several cases of sulfur deficiency in last week. Although often confused with nitrogen, the yellowing from sulfur will appear as an interveinal pattern primarily in upper leaves. This is another limiting factor we must account for.
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Mike Belan May 27
Two old girls putting in a good days work ... last day of today
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Josh Boersen May 29
More ground today. Cut for feed, going into . Absolutely beauty! 👌
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Cooking With Arlene M 2h
My oldest daughter cooked this wonderful meal and sent me the photo. This is what she wrote: Pan seared fish (basa) curry veges (cabbage, red, green yellow and orange peppers, onions, corn, carrots and scallion) and sweet yam 😍🤗😋😋😋
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Warren Schneckenburger 🇨🇦 May 29
is progressing nicely with this heat. Soil moisture still decent spite not very much rain in may. That inch 2 weeks ago was a blessing for sure.
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Darin D. Fessler May 28
July w/ clear resistance around the 20EMA & along 323'0 MACD continues to be encouraging for bulls. Higher lows last 3 sessions. Fundamentals favor bears but technicals could help bulls along in s/t. May has been quiet w/ largest daily move no larger than 4c higher or lower
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Pugnacious 6h
great Sunday choice
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Ole S Hansen May 29
1/3 - COT on in wk to May 26. Most noticeable changes (+14k lots), (+14.7k), (-14.5), (-24.4k) and (-31k)
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Zach Ekeler May 29
Pretty cool picture I captured today of sidewall compaction. As sun pulls the shoot toward the surface it is following the path of least resistance, unfortunately that was the wrong path.
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Karen Braun May 29
Replying to @kannbwx
Money managers' outright longs are easily record low for the time of year and almost lowest all-time. Meanwhile, producers were net long fut+opt for only the 5th time on record through May 26 (other 4 times were in April 2019).
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Karen Braun May 29
USDA announces the following U.S. sales: ▪️66,000 tonnes of to for delivery in 2019/20 ▪️66,000 tonnes of soybeans to China for 2020/21 ▪️101,600 tonnes of to unknown destinations for 2019/20
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Arlan Suderman May 28
The just updated ECMWF model run for June turned much warmer and drier for Midwest, which may make large corn shorts nervous. Quite a flip from NOAA’s outlook.
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Jordan Gackle May 27
Finally started 2019 harvest!
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Ryan Kanode May 25
An hour and four minutes time-lapsed into four minutes and seventeen seconds, then edited into thirty nine seconds!
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Darin D. Fessler May 26
Spoke to numerous clients in North Dakota this AM & all said the same, “we’re done planting ”... With final plant date yesterday many will not push acres beyond this point. Multiple 10K/ac+ producers w/ > 25% planted. One said 80% of corn may be returned. 1.5M/ac of corn PP?
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mocho17™®© ENAMORAO DEL $$$$ ™®© May 29
🌽 all the bears ca be dead soon
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