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Category: Soybeans

  • Posted By Elizabeth Harris
    1 month ago

    https://emergence.fbn.com/agronomy/control-marestail-fall-applied-herbicides

    Savin' you Soybeans!

    By Rusty Kordick

    Published 7 months ago

    Soybeans are one of the largest commodities in the US, which makes farming them a lucrative career choice in the ag industry. But soybean farming doesn’t come without its own challenges. Tariffs on Chinese trade have destabilized the soybean markets, pigweed infestations are spreading at an alarming rate across the US, and recent flooding in parts of the Midwest have spelled disaster for many farmers. In order to responsibly handle these external challenges, many farmers look to innovate their daily practices to increase their yield while reducing costs. The majority of soybean farmers nowadays opt to use an air-seeder for planting...

    Categories: Precision Ag, Soybeans

    High-efficiency bio nematicide to control root knot nematodes

    By Darren Chan

    Published 8 months ago

    Damages of nematodesNematodes attack plant roots, stems and leaves. They are a major group of crop pathogens and cause worldwide losses estimated at about US$120 billion every year. They inhabit the soil and damage the roots of plants, weakening their ability to absorb water and nutrients. The symptoms of these damages include stunting, yellowing of plant leaves, and loss of plant vigour. Nematodes rarely killing plants directly, But they will affect plant growth and yields greatly...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cotton, Soybeans

    National Speakers to Present at the 2019 SC AgriBiz Expo

    By Miriam Pflug

    Published 10 months ago

    Two inspiring speakers will kick off the SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo this year. American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall and award-winning author and speaker Michele Payn will both offer enlightening and inspiring presentations during the opening of the seventh annual expo. The SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo will be held on Jan. 23 and 24 at the Florence Center in Florence, S. C...

    Categories: Corn, Peanuts, Soybeans

    #Grain #Futures Comments

    By Capitol Commodity Hedging Services

    Published 1 years, 1 month ago

    Row crop markets post small gains in bid to consolidate following Thur/Fri sell off on combo of poor sales/soy concellations. All three markets post new lows overnight with wheat selling off post biscuit following small gains Friday. Weather leans negative with E Midwest open all week while only lite rains mid week across portions of W Midwest. A more substantial rain delay occurs mid next week across majority of Midwest. Arg weekend rains fall short of expectations while Brazil 5 day soy coverage at 70%...

    Categories: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

    Will Changes in Trade and Low Commodity Prices Bring 1980 2.0?

    By Kayla Hedrick

    Published 1 years, 3 months ago

    The average age of a farmer in the United States today is over 58 years. It’s a well-used stat, one often cited with concern over transitions in U. S. farm ownership. However, the aging farmer population may actually benefit agriculture in the near term as we approach what many suggest will be another farm crisis reminiscent of the last major crisis in the 1980s...

    Categories: Ag Issues in Washington, Corn, Soybeans

    Farmers Push for Trade, Not Aid

    By Kayla Hedrick

    Published 1 years, 4 months ago

    While the Chinese retaliatory tariffs and the resulting implications have been discussed among agriculture circles for months, perhaps the news that has caused the most conversation among farmers and the general public is the $12 billion aid package announced by President Trump in late July. What’s often missing in the conversation is that the $12 billion will not all come in the form of direct payments to farmers, nor go to one specific commodity. The package does, in fact, include direct payments to seven crops; but it also includes purchase of foods (fruits, nuts, meat, dairy) for food banks and nutrition programs and trade promotion to develop new markets. Most farmer organizations have thanked the administration for the support, but noted that it is merely a band aid for a hemorrhaging market. For example, a mid-sized, 1,000-acre soybean farmer may receive a $10,000 direct payment from the USDA, but – depending on how he or she marketed their grain – they could have already lost $100,000...

    Categories: Ag Issues in Washington, Agribusiness, Soybeans

    How the small Farmer can Acquire more Farms using Leverage.

    By Robert Morgan

    Published 1 years, 6 months ago

    Going Private and Leveraged BuyoutGoing private refers to the transformation of a public corporation into a privately held firm. A leveraged buyout (LBO), financed largely by borrowing, is the acquisition of the stock or assets of a public company by a small group of investors. The buying group may be sponsored by buyout specialists or by investment bankers. A variant of the LBO going-private transaction is the management buyout (MBO) in which a segment of the company is sold to its managers. Since 1981, unit MBOs have represented more than 10 percent of total divestitures...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Beef Cattle, Soybeans

    What Does CRISPR Mean for Modern Agriculture?

    By Amanda Allworth

    Published 1 years, 6 months ago

    The USDA began reporting corn yield estimates in 1866. That year, the average farm was harvesting 24. 3 bushels per acre; today that same farm averages 176. 6 bushels of corn per acre. One might think that yield increased steadily each year, but that’s not what happened...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Soybeans

  • Savin' you Soybeans!

    By Rusty Kordick

    Published 7 months ago

    Soybeans are one of the largest commodities in the US, which makes farming them a lucrative career choice in the ag industry. But soybean farming doesn’t come without its own challenges. Tariffs on Chinese trade have destabilized the soybean markets, pigweed infestations are spreading at an alarming rate across the US, and recent flooding in parts of the Midwest have spelled disaster for many farmers. In order to responsibly handle these external challenges, many farmers look to innovate their daily practices to increase their yield while reducing costs. The majority of soybean farmers nowadays opt to use an air-seeder for planting...

    Categories: Precision Ag, Soybeans

    High-efficiency bio nematicide to control root knot nematodes

    By Darren Chan

    Published 8 months ago

    Damages of nematodesNematodes attack plant roots, stems and leaves. They are a major group of crop pathogens and cause worldwide losses estimated at about US$120 billion every year. They inhabit the soil and damage the roots of plants, weakening their ability to absorb water and nutrients. The symptoms of these damages include stunting, yellowing of plant leaves, and loss of plant vigour. Nematodes rarely killing plants directly, But they will affect plant growth and yields greatly...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cotton, Soybeans

    National Speakers to Present at the 2019 SC AgriBiz Expo

    By Miriam Pflug

    Published 10 months ago

    Two inspiring speakers will kick off the SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo this year. American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall and award-winning author and speaker Michele Payn will both offer enlightening and inspiring presentations during the opening of the seventh annual expo. The SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo will be held on Jan. 23 and 24 at the Florence Center in Florence, S. C...

    Categories: Corn, Peanuts, Soybeans

    #Grain #Futures Comments

    By Capitol Commodity Hedging Services

    Published 1 years, 1 month ago

    Row crop markets post small gains in bid to consolidate following Thur/Fri sell off on combo of poor sales/soy concellations. All three markets post new lows overnight with wheat selling off post biscuit following small gains Friday. Weather leans negative with E Midwest open all week while only lite rains mid week across portions of W Midwest. A more substantial rain delay occurs mid next week across majority of Midwest. Arg weekend rains fall short of expectations while Brazil 5 day soy coverage at 70%...

    Categories: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

    Will Changes in Trade and Low Commodity Prices Bring 1980 2.0?

    By Kayla Hedrick

    Published 1 years, 3 months ago

    The average age of a farmer in the United States today is over 58 years. It’s a well-used stat, one often cited with concern over transitions in U. S. farm ownership. However, the aging farmer population may actually benefit agriculture in the near term as we approach what many suggest will be another farm crisis reminiscent of the last major crisis in the 1980s...

    Categories: Ag Issues in Washington, Corn, Soybeans

    Farmers Push for Trade, Not Aid

    By Kayla Hedrick

    Published 1 years, 4 months ago

    While the Chinese retaliatory tariffs and the resulting implications have been discussed among agriculture circles for months, perhaps the news that has caused the most conversation among farmers and the general public is the $12 billion aid package announced by President Trump in late July. What’s often missing in the conversation is that the $12 billion will not all come in the form of direct payments to farmers, nor go to one specific commodity. The package does, in fact, include direct payments to seven crops; but it also includes purchase of foods (fruits, nuts, meat, dairy) for food banks and nutrition programs and trade promotion to develop new markets. Most farmer organizations have thanked the administration for the support, but noted that it is merely a band aid for a hemorrhaging market. For example, a mid-sized, 1,000-acre soybean farmer may receive a $10,000 direct payment from the USDA, but – depending on how he or she marketed their grain – they could have already lost $100,000...

    Categories: Ag Issues in Washington, Agribusiness, Soybeans

    How the small Farmer can Acquire more Farms using Leverage.

    By Robert Morgan

    Published 1 years, 6 months ago

    Going Private and Leveraged BuyoutGoing private refers to the transformation of a public corporation into a privately held firm. A leveraged buyout (LBO), financed largely by borrowing, is the acquisition of the stock or assets of a public company by a small group of investors. The buying group may be sponsored by buyout specialists or by investment bankers. A variant of the LBO going-private transaction is the management buyout (MBO) in which a segment of the company is sold to its managers. Since 1981, unit MBOs have represented more than 10 percent of total divestitures...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Beef Cattle, Soybeans

    What Does CRISPR Mean for Modern Agriculture?

    By Amanda Allworth

    Published 1 years, 6 months ago

    The USDA began reporting corn yield estimates in 1866. That year, the average farm was harvesting 24. 3 bushels per acre; today that same farm averages 176. 6 bushels of corn per acre. One might think that yield increased steadily each year, but that’s not what happened...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Soybeans

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  • Posted By Elizabeth Harris
    1 month ago

    https://emergence.fbn.com/agronomy/control-marestail-fall-applied-herbicides

  • Posted By Elizabeth Harris
    1 month ago

    https://emergence.fbn.com/agronomy/control-marestail-fall-applied-herbicides