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Oct 19 66.66 67.09 66.60 66.60 -0.52 66.61s 06/14 Chart for @CT9V Options for @CT9V
Dec 19 66.56 66.63 65.68 65.77 -0.68 65.75s 06/14 Chart for @CT9Z Options for @CT9Z
Mar 20 67.11 67.14 66.28 66.43 -0.62 66.38s 06/14 Chart for @CT0H Options for @CT0H
May 20 67.68 67.92 67.12 67.16 -0.67 67.19s 06/14 Chart for @CT0K Options for @CT0K
Jul 20 68.24 68.24 67.70 67.77 -0.62 67.70s 06/14 Chart for @CT0N Options for @CT0N
Oct 20 67.04 -0.42 67.04s 06/14 Chart for @CT0V Options for @CT0V
Dec 20 66.25 66.45 66.20 66.36 -0.03 66.35s 06/14 Chart for @CT0Z Options for @CT0Z
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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Jul 19 887'4 898'2 885'2 897'2 8'6 896'6s 06/14 Chart for @S9N Options for @S9N
Aug 19 894'0 904'4 892'0 903'6 8'4 903'0s 06/14 Chart for @S9Q Options for @S9Q
Sep 19 901'0 911'4 898'6 910'6 8'2 910'0s 06/14 Chart for @S9U Options for @S9U
Nov 19 914'4 924'6 911'6 923'6 8'2 923'4s 06/14 Chart for @S9X Options for @S9X
Jan 20 925'2 936'2 924'0 934'6 8'2 935'0s 06/14 Chart for @S0F Options for @S0F
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Jul 19 535'4 544'0 530'6 539'4 3'0 538'4s 06/14 Chart for @W9N Options for @W9N
Sep 19 539'0 545'2 534'2 542'6 3'0 542'0s 06/14 Chart for @W9U Options for @W9U
Dec 19 550'2 555'6 545'2 553'6 3'4 553'2s 06/14 Chart for @W9Z Options for @W9Z
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Jul 19 442'0 457'2 441'6 453'2 11'0 453'0s 06/14 Chart for @C9N Options for @C9N
Sep 19 447'2 460'0 446'4 458'0 10'4 458'2s 06/14 Chart for @C9U Options for @C9U
Dec 19 455'6 465'0 454'0 463'2 7'6 463'4s 06/14 Chart for @C9Z Options for @C9Z
Mar 20 460'0 468'2 458'4 467'0 6'4 467'4s 06/14 Chart for @C0H Options for @C0H
May 20 461'4 469'0 460'2 467'6 5'6 468'4s 06/14 Chart for @C0K Options for @C0K
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Priority is Nitrogen and Weeds - Pix around the corner, Plant Bugs isolated and spotty and in the east.  
6-12-19
Our primary focus for cotton will be getting the nitrogen on fields soon.  After this recent rain event, I am expecting cotton on light land to really look hungry, and just a hundred pounds of ammonium sulfate or injecting liquid close to the row will make a big difference.  Liquid is so much cheaper this year that dribbling in the middles will be very desirable, however, on this light soil, you could still benefit from that little bit of broadcast.  Equal in priority to getting the plant well fed is the weed control programs.  Getting a residual on now is also going to help.  I like Dual, Warrant or Outlook for grass and palmer or Staple for other broadleaf weeds.  Don’t add extra adjuvants with the residual herbicides.  If you get these two jobs done, you are taking care of the basics that are required for top profits.  Lower on the priority list but next is line is Pix applications and plant bugs.   Actually, plant bugs can be very important if you have them and Dr. Taylor has a great blog on pre-bloom plant bug management. (See the link in the cotton news feed below)  We are early on plant bugs, but they will become more important as the season progresses along with Pix.  I like to focus on 16 to 24 inches for pre-bloom pix which also is the stage where we have a good number of squares.  One of my rules is also not to apply pix before it gets sidedressed unless you already had a lot of nitrogen on at planting.  The primary strategy for mid-June is scouting and not automatically spraying for Pix and bugs.  The research station offers free shake cloths for plant bugs scouting or you can order a sweep net off the internet.  Scouting will enable us to better utilize the advantages of holding beneficial insects in the field as long as possible by not spraying all the acreage while targeting those problem fields with specific products particularly during this lower risk period.  

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  • COTTON #2 (Jul 19) 66.01 -0.89 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 19) 66.60 -0.52 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 19) 65.77 -0.68 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 20) 66.43 -0.62 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (May 20) 67.16 -0.67 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Jul 20) 67.77 -0.62 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 20) 67.04 -0.42 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 20) 66.36 -0.03 6/14/19   1:36 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jul 19) 897'2 8'6 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Aug 19) 903'6 8'4 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Sep 19) 910'6 8'2 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 19) 923'6 8'2 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jan 20) 934'6 8'2 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Jul 19) 539'4 3'0 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Sep 19) 542'6 3'0 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Dec 19) 553'6 3'4 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • CORN (Jul 19) 453'2 11'0 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
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  • CORN (Dec 19) 463'2 7'6 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • CORN (Mar 20) 467'0 6'4 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST
  • CORN (May 20) 467'6 5'6 6/14/19   1:19 PM CST

 
 
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