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Grain Traders Rejecting New Soybeans Developed by Monsanto - By JACOB BUNGE Updated May 2, 2016 6:25 p.m. ET

Monsanto continues to expect EU approval for new soybean seeds in the ‘near future’

Trade groups representing Cargill Inc., Archer Daniels Midland Co. Bunge… 152 more words
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Metribuzin On Soybeans

Here is some information from UGA Extension Weed Scientist Dr. Eric Prostko:

As many of you know, I have been trying my best to prevent the oversue of Valor and Reflex in soybeans, especially for growers who also plant cotton and peanuts.  211 more words

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Grains Come Back To Life

May 2, 2016

After three straight years of bumper grain crops and a higher dollar, the 2016 crop year is starting out to look a lot different. 65 more words

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Beans Are Leading the Grain Recovery but It Is going To Be a Bumpy Ride

May 2, 2016

Recently gran prices, led by soybeans, have taken off to the upside. In my latest work for QT Ag Online, I delve into the markets for the major grains and attempt to explain why soybeans, corn and wheat have posted gains and how the outlook from here is for lots more volatility in terms of wider price ranges. 37 more words

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Fertilizing - Why do they do that?

We all know that plants need nutrients to grow. But don’t they get those nutrients from the soil? Why do farmers need to apply fertilizer? 647 more words

Wheat Weakness In The Face Of Grain Strength

April 25, 2016

Wheat was weak as soybeans and corn started to make moves higher. In recent piece for QT Ag Online I explained why wheat could be next to recover and since the article came out it did just that rallying to over $5.00 per bushel despite record levels of inventory. 30 more words

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Treating Southern Soybeans with Neonicotinoids Yields Economic Benefits After All

By Andrew Porterfield

The class of insecticides called neonicotinoids (neonics) were introduced to a lot of fanfare from farmers and environmentalists alike. They were seen as far less toxic than alternative pesticides, and could be applied into the soil or on seeds, avoiding the damage to beneficial insects that’s often caused by sprays. 660 more words

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