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2,4-D as you thought you would never use it!

Dow AgroSciences is making progress towards registration with its new 2,4-D Choline trait. This technology — Enlist corn and soybeans, Enlist Duo and Enlist E3 — has been deregulated by USDA. This technology combines tolerance of both glyphosate and glufosinate with 2,4-D.

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How low will corn, soybean markets go?

Even disbelievers who felt corn and soybean prices could not go lower a few months ago have to be waking up to the reality that both corn and soybeans are in major bear markets.

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Yet another organic study falls short

New study says organic healthier, but other scientists beg to differ.

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MSU professor uses Delta Farm Press, Twitter to teach about grain crops

Brien Henry, associate professor in the MSU Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, used the weekly Delta Farm Press to educate students about the current climate of the grain crops industry. He also incorporated the principles of Twitter to help students sharpen their critical thinking and communication skills.

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Long days, fatigue heighten risk of accidents during harvest period

With harvest season moving into full swing across the Mid-South, and Sept. 21-27 designated “National Farm Safety and Health Week,” the “Let’s be careful” message is particularly relevant.

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Federal agencies’ regulatory overreach criticized

Republican agriculture commissioners deride Waters of the U.S.
RACC takes federal agencies to task over attempted expansion of authorities.

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Arkansas rice industry donates nearly 129,000 pounds of rice

Governor to make Rice Month proclamation
Big donation from rice industry leaders to Arkansas Rice Depot.

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Forms available for 2014 National Corn Yield Contest

Got a great corn yield on the stalk? Be sure to pick up online harvest forms.

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Sherrie Miles joins husband as 100-bushel bean repeat

106.499 bushels per acre
Another Arkansas producer joins big yield club.

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A bountiful growing season: Catching up with Matt Miles

Is another 100-plus bushel soybean yield in the works?
Soybean fields loaded up in southeast Arkansas.

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Enlist traits approved, Enlist herbicide next

The Enlist Weed Control Technology has moved one step closer to commercialization with USDA's deregulation of Enlist corn and soybean traits. The next step is for EPA to register Enlist herbicide.

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Next cotton update is Friday, Sept. 19

Get the latest on cotton prices and fundamentals from O.A. Cleveland every Friday, at 6 p.m.

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How to choose the right winter wheat variety

Whether you’re planting winter wheat for maximum yields, for fall and winter grazing or for best double-crop results next spring, choosing a proven variety for your growing area will likely boost performance and production goals.

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What's next in herbicide-tolerant crops?

Dow AgroSciences passes a major hurdle towards deregulation and registration of 2,4-D tolerant corn and soybeans. Monsanto moves forward with dicamba-tolerant crops.

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Demand for high quality propping up cotton prices

With the huge glut of cotton in the world, fundamentals suggest lower prices. But the scarcity of high quality cotton is propping up prices.

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Interview with Brig. Gen. Peter DeLuca (Continued)

Implementing Water Resources Reform and Development Act could help inland waterways system deal with extremes of flood and drought, commander says.
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Real-world herbicide resistance very complex issue

'A wicked problem'
Herbicide Summit II demonstrated key leadership in the Weed Science Society of America and various federal agencies in Washington “get it” herbicide-resistant weeds pose a major threat to agriculture globally.

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USDA unveils new conservation innovation grants totaling $15.7 million

List includes projects in Mississippi and Louisiana
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announces $15.7 million in grants at help public-private partnerships improve conservation efforts on farmland.

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What price infrastructure improvements for Inland Waterways?

Lack of investments in transportation infrastructure could slow U.S. economic expansion, retiring Mississippi Valley Division commander says.
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Nelson Crow has the touch

Contests push soybean farmers to higher yields
Will 2014 see more 100-bushel soybeans in Arkansas?

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