Jan 18, 2011
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Argentine Crop Worries Ease a Bit

  A large portion of Argentina’s main soybean growing belt saw better-than-expected rainfall over the weekend, at least temporarily easing concerns about that country’s production potential. Meanwhile, Brazil remains on track for a bumper soybean crop with further beneficial rains falling across most growing areas. Most of Argentina’s growing areas saw rainfall over the weekend as an estimated 85-90% of the country saw some coverage....More
Jan 18, 2011
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2010 Crop Production Declines

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Jan 18, 2011
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Doc’s Economic Clock – Periodic Update

  Many producers and lenders who have attended my seminars and schools in the past six months are familiar with my Dashboard Economic Indicators and Assessment chart. Here is an update on the lead and lag economic indicators. I will use the image of a clock, where 12:00 to 3:00 is the green zone; 3:00 to 6:00 is the red zone; 6:00 to 9:00 is the orange zone; and 9:00 to 12:00 is the yellow zone to denote the status of each economic indicator.   Green Zone...More

Kip Cullers Uses Stoller’s Bio-Forge® to Enhance Yields

Kip Cullers explains how Stoller’s Bio-Forge® seed treatment helped him to achieve a new world record soybean yield of 160.6 bu/acre in 2010. The benefits of Bio-Forge include: early emergence, robust root growth, and early nodulation....More
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