The weekly Crop Progress and Conditions report could be could be
viewed as neutral to bearish for corn and soybeans, according to DTN Senior
Analyst Darin Newsom, as USDA's corn condition rating was up 1 percentage point
from the previous week and soybean conditions held steady.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Weekly Crop Progress...
Know the signs and the latest tools to combat this troubling soybean
disease, which is starting to surface in some bean fields in the Midwest after
soybeans got a wet start this spring and summer.
See DTN Ag News. BGet a Handle on SDS...
Proponents of grain sorghum are hoping to tap into potential acreage
in the Great Plains, the Southeast and the mid-South, where the hardy and
water-efficient grain can fill certain agricultural needs.
See DTN Ag News. 7^Sorghum's Growing Pains - 4...
With the deadline to file comments on the proposed Renewable Fuel
Standard volumes to strike at midnight, oil, ethanol and agriculture industry
groups make their cases.
See DTN Ag News. 1^RFS Deadline Nears...
Wholesale prices for most fertilizers are expected to run flat to
lower in the short term. However, DAP and MAP prices could see an undertone of
strength, as the recent run-up in corn prices is giving some large wholesalers
enough confidence to begin making purchases for fall fill needs.
See DTN Ag News. BDTN Fertilizer Outlook...