AgWatch
Editorial Content of MidAmerica Farmer Grower
JUNE 13 - ISSUE 24

Replant Decisions
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
AYT Increases Yields
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Groups Consider Means To Dissolve Cuban Embargo
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Ag Analyst Takes Windshield Tour Of Farming In China
DR. DARYLL E. RAY: Agricultural Economist, University of Tennessee
Rapidly Changing Crop Markets
DR. DARREL GOOD: Extension Economist, University of Illinois
TDA Now Accepting Applications For Cost Share Program
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Weather Foils Efforts This Planting Season
ROBERT BELLM: Extension Educator, Crop Systems, University of Illinois
Chinas Production Accounts For Largest Share Of Rice Production Increase
ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC
Cotton Prices Remain Significantly Higher Than Past Four Years
O.A. CLEVELAND, PH.D.: Agricultural Economist, Mississippi State University
Double Crop Farmers Face Good News, Bad News Scenario
PRINCETON, KY.
Snails Slime Cotton Fields In Jefferson And Desha Counties
PINE BLUFF, ARK.
Dry Wheat In 2-3 Foot Deep Layers With Plenty Air
BILL CASADY: Crops Engineer, University of Missouri
Arkansas Farmers Face Huge Risks In 2008
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Careful Nutrient Management Helps Control Input Costs
FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.
Time To Scout For The Armyworms On Wheat
SPRINGFIELD, MO.
Green Wheat, Seedling Corn, Fescue At Risk As Armyworms Threaten SW MO
COLUMBIA, MO.
Hog Prices Continue Steady Decline
GLENN GRIMES AND RON PLAIN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
Farmington Livestock Market
JUNE 4, 2008 • Farmington, Mo.
Fruitland Livestock Market
JUNE 3, 2008 • Fruitland, Mo.
Patton Junction Livestock Auction
JUNE 2, 2008 • Patton, Mo.

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