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Editorial Content of MidAmerica Farmer Grower
SEPTEMBER 9 - ISSUE 36

Technology Saves Crop
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
GIPSA- Does Discriminatory Behavior Include Issues Of Unequal Access
DR. DARYLL E. RAY: Agricultural Economist, University of Tennessee & DR. HARDWOOD D. SCHAEFER: Research Assistant Professor at APAC, University of Tennessee
Private Forecasters Reduce Crop Expectations
CHUCK DANEHOWER: Extension Area Specialist/Farm Management, University of Tennessee
U.S., Egypt Rice Production Offsets Reductions
ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC
Few Options Exist For Pre-Harvest Herbicide Applications In Corn And Soybeans
URBANA, ILL.
Pigweed Persists As Arkansas Farmers Seek Answers
PIGGOTT, ARK.
Research Helps Stay Ahead Of Diseases In Crop Production
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Corn Earworm Could Take A Big Bite Out Of Your Soybeans
DR. DOUG JOHNSON: Extension Professor of Entomolgy, University of Kentucky
Corn Is Ready, Soybeans Are Facing New Pests
LAMAR, MO.
Cotton Faces Final Hurdle- Harvest
MISSISSIPPI STATE, MISS.
MU Extension Workshop To Help Farmers Access Government Programs
COLUMBIA, MO.
La. Rice Growers Have New Insecticide For Stink Bug Control
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Boxed Beef Prices Drop Last Week
GLENN GRIMES AND RON PLAIN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
Rice Farmers Help Supply Rice Straw As Cattle Feed For Texas
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Fruitland Livestock Market
AUGUST 30, 2011 • Fruitland, Mo.
Patton Junction Livestock Auction
AUGUST 29, 2011 • Patton, Mo.
Farm Management Course For Women Set
MT. VERNON, MO.

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