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Oct 21 91.00 91.51 90.79 90.85 0.11 90.74 11:41A Chart for @CT1V Options for @CT1V
Dec 21 90.28 91.00 89.91 90.31 0.08 90.23 11:41A Chart for @CT1Z Options for @CT1Z
Mar 22 89.99 90.45 89.47 89.85 0.04 89.81 11:41A Chart for @CT2H Options for @CT2H
May 22 89.31 89.69 88.80 89.28 0.18 89.10 11:41A Chart for @CT2K Options for @CT2K
Jul 22 88.00 88.42 87.62 88.02 0.17 87.85 11:41A Chart for @CT2N Options for @CT2N
Oct 22 80.98 82.85 Chart for @CT2V Options for @CT2V
Dec 22 81.50 81.90 81.23 81.46 0.18 81.28 11:39A Chart for @CT2Z Options for @CT2Z
Mar 23 81.60 81.60 81.60 81.60 0.12 81.48 11:40A Chart for @CT3H Options for @CT3H
May 23 79.32 81.13 Chart for @CT3K Options for @CT3K
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Aug 21 1422'6 1431'0 1410'4 1417'0 -1'2 1418'2 11:41A Chart for @S1Q Options for @S1Q
Sep 21 1371'2 1378'6 1358'0 1363'4 -3'4 1367'0 11:41A Chart for @S1U Options for @S1U
Nov 21 1364'6 1371'0 1350'4 1355'4 -4'0 1359'4 11:41A Chart for @S1X Options for @S1X
Jan 22 1369'4 1375'0 1355'6 1359'4 -4'6 1364'2 11:41A Chart for @S2F Options for @S2F
Mar 22 1359'0 1364'4 1347'0 1353'2 -0'6 1354'0 11:41A Chart for @S2H Options for @S2H
May 22 1352'2 1360'0 1343'4 1348'2 -2'0 1350'2 11:41A Chart for @S2K Options for @S2K
Jul 22 1353'0 1356'6 1342'0 1346'4 -1'4 1348'0 11:41A Chart for @S2N Options for @S2N
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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Sep 21 675'0 696'2 673'6 690'2 15'6 674'4 11:41A Chart for @W1U Options for @W1U
@C - CORN - CBOT
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Sep 21 554'0 554'2 545'0 548'2 -0'4 548'6 11:41A Chart for @C1U Options for @C1U
Dec 21 551'0 552'4 542'6 547'2 1'0 546'2 11:41A Chart for @C1Z Options for @C1Z
Mar 22 557'6 560'0 550'4 555'2 1'4 553'6 11:41A Chart for @C2H Options for @C2H
May 22 562'2 564'0 554'6 559'2 1'2 558'0 11:41A Chart for @C2K Options for @C2K
Jul 22 561'0 563'4 555'4 559'4 1'2 558'2 11:41A Chart for @C2N Options for @C2N
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The Season is Tracking Some Good Years

7-26
The season is past halfway, and we have the rewards for our work in front of us.  Based on the amount of heat units we have had up till now, we are tracking years like 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016 which were all years with great crops set once September arrived.  The more moderate temperatures in July with lower humidity seem like a combination for success with cotton.  Even 2016 had a good boll load, only that is a year that experience several tropical events including Hurricane Michael that came in October and by being so late, it was able to clobber the early and the late planted cotton.  2014 was one of these years that stands today as the all-time best year ever for our region primarily because of a growing season like this one with a perfect harvest season all coming together.  Some farmers feel like we have a late crop, but in fact, this mildness seems like part of the combination for success.  The surprising statistic is that at around 8 inches, our rainfall is not only behind average, but also is behind the other mild seasons for the 4 peanut/cotton InfoNet locations except for Waverly.  This might explain why the growth has responded so well to even one application of Pix.  Rain has been like Mana from heaven with enough for the day but nothing extra. 
 
The insect front remains on our radar and will continue until cotton has reached a safe stage which is approximately 5-6 weeks of bloom.  The strong buildup has not occurred, although there is a good part of our cotton that has either already reached that most sensitive stage to damage occurring between 3rd to 5th week of bloom or will hit that stage over the next week or two.  My approach is for detailed scouting during this period or schedule sprays based on crop susceptibility. 
 

DISCLAIMER: The data contained herein is for informational, conversational, and philosophical thinking and is for general purposes only. Ideas expressed apply to the Uppter Southeast growing region. Although the information was obtained from various sources, which we believe to be reliable, we do not in any way guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Comments are influenced by past experiences, personal bias and hypothetical speculation by the writer and are not always accurate predictors of future events. Specific references to Agricultural Products and Rates are used for examples and do not reflect specific endorsement or recommendations for use. Always read and follow all label directions and precautions for use. We disclaim any responsibility for any errors or omissions contained herein. FULL DISCLOSURE: There is no compensation received by Johnny to promote any product referenced with in this blog. Johnny is a paid employee of Commonwealth Gin



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  • COTTON #2 (Oct 21) 90.85 0.11 7/28/21   10:51 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 21) 90.32 0.09 7/28/21   11:39 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 22) 89.94 0.13 7/28/21   11:36 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (May 22) 89.28 0.18 7/28/21   11:17 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Jul 22) 88.02 0.17 7/28/21   11:17 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 22) 80.98     CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 22) 81.46 0.18 7/28/21   11:15 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 23) 81.60 0.12 7/28/21   8:50 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (May 23) 79.32     CST
  • SOYBEANS (Aug 21) 1417'0 -1'2 7/28/21   11:37 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Sep 21) 1364'0 -3'0 7/28/21   11:40 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 21) 1355'6 -3'6 7/28/21   11:40 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jan 22) 1359'4 -4'6 7/28/21   11:36 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Mar 22) 1353'2 -0'6 7/28/21   11:32 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (May 22) 1348'4 -1'6 7/28/21   11:39 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jul 22) 1346'4 -1'4 7/28/21   11:37 AM CST
  • WHEAT (Sep 21) 690'2 15'6 7/28/21   11:40 AM CST
  • CORN (Sep 21) 548'2 -0'4 7/28/21   11:40 AM CST
  • CORN (Dec 21) 547'4 1'2 7/28/21   11:39 AM CST
  • CORN (Mar 22) 555'2 1'4 7/28/21   11:39 AM CST
  • CORN (May 22) 559'2 1'2 7/28/21   11:39 AM CST
  • CORN (Jul 22) 559'4 1'2 7/28/21   11:25 AM CST

 
 
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