Tyron Spearman has more about the Peanut Seminar coming up this week in Atlanta, GA. Â (:17) report
Cattle markets remain quiet another day.Â Report (1:00 wma)
Blockbuster movies move more popcorn.
Strawberry production and prices were up this year.
Georgia’s cotton season is drier than last year when a Nashville grower had a crop good enough to win one of the first state cotton quality awards.
FL State Conservationist Niles Glasgow says lessons learned from last year’s hurricanes will help them be better prepared this year.
Shoring up the state’s first defense against hurricanes is the goal of restoring coastal dunes in Alabama. State Conservationist Gary Kobylski talks about it in this report.
Outgoing Citrus Commission Chairman says domestic market remains bread & butter for Florida growers, and communications with growers from FDOC is critical as well. Â Report (2:00 wma)
Outgoing Citrus Commission Chairman Andy Taylor discusses “free rider” issue remaining needs to be fixed, and stresses importance of good market research to keep tabs on advertising effectiveness. Â Report (2:00 wma)
Losses hurt just as bad as Katrina. Â Report (1:00 wma)