Cotton planting has yet to begin in Georgia, according to the state ag statistics service, but that is normal for this time of year. Growers are looking to plant just a few more acres than last year, bucking the national trend of declines in cotton acreage. Meanwhile, corn acres are expected to increase almost 80 percent in the state and …
The US Department of Agriculture announced this week that farmers are expecting to plant more soybeans and less corn. Despite the eight percent expected decline in acreage, National Corn Growers Association official say the forecast of 86 million acres is still historically high. Report(1:00 mp3) USDA NASS
In these reports, comments from commodities trader Roger Corrado at I C E Futures U S in New York. He says it’s a historic but sad time as the open outcry system for trading futures contracts is silenced. In the third report posted below, some interesting reflections about how Corrado and others got a start in the business. Report (2:00 …
This coming Thursday is the deadline to purchase crop insurance for the upcoming growing season, as Tyron Spearman has this reminder. Â Report (:30 mp3)
Tyron Spearman reminds growers that the deadline is nearing to purchase crop insurance for the upcoming growing season. Â Report (1:00 mp3)
Plant Health Care’s Jeff Glass has information for growers concerning their satisfaction guarantee for a couple of their products used in theÂ upcoming season.Â Report (1:00 mp3)Â FEBRUARY 4TH IS THE DEADLINE – HAVE YOU RETURNED YOUR QUESTIONNAIRE YET?
As a producer you should of received your Ag Census form in the mail, and you are urged to complete it and return it by the deadline.Â Tyron Spearman tells us today just how important this census is. Â Report (:45 mp3) This post sponsored by: USDA NASS
Sponsoring this special announcement: Agriculture producers in North Florida and throughout the Wiregrass region of southwest Georgia and southern Alabama are invited to attend any of six grower meetings being hosted in coming days by Stallings Crop Insurance. Learn more about the meeting agenda, times, places and dates here.
Growers throughout the Southeast may be interested in finding out more about Specialty Fertilizer Products, a company who can help boost the yields of your crops. Â Report (1:00 mp3) To find out more about Specialty Fertilizer Products, click Here
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