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Texas Corn Off To A Good Start

wet texas corn field

The majority of planted Texas corn acres have emerged amid good soil moisture profiles to start the growing season, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Dr. Ronnie Schnell, AgriLife Extension agronomist, College Station, said the Texas corn crop started late in parts of the state, but growing conditions have planted fields off to a good start. “Plantings were ... Read More »

Market Factors

Arkansas corn harvest

As planning for planting 2019 begins in earnest, Mark Welch, Texas A&M Ag Extension economist, offers the following Market Grain Outlook report. Grain Stocks The most recent crop progress report showed no changes to the condition ratings of the U.S. corn crop. The good and excellent categories combine for 69 percent of the crop as the season winds down. The ... Read More »