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Weather Does Number On 2010 Crop
2010 Inoculant Guide
Burrower Bug Digs In
2010 Clean Energy Guide
Editor's Note
Market Watch
News Briefs
New Products
Pesticide Roundup
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Current Issue: November 2010

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Weather Does Number On 2010 Crop
Perhaps producers were due a year with high temperatures and little rainfall, but even knowing it was likely to come along wasn’t enough to anticipate the severity of related problems. Spider mites spun their webbing across Virginia acres, and in the Southeast, some fields will likely be abandoned. The one bright spot may have been the Southwest, where yields are expected to be a little above average. Read more...

 
 

Feature Stories

Weather Does Number On 2010 Crop
  Growers wrestle with problems relating to hot,
  dry conditions.
2010 Inoculant Guide
Burrower Bug Digs In
  Little, black bug causes yield and grade losses
2010 Clean Energy Guide


Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Advanced Spy Gadgetry For Weeds
Market Watch
  Carry-forward could reach a three-year low going into 2011
News Briefs
New Products
Pesticide Roundup
 

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