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Weed Stratagies the early weed Outbreak Plus Thrips UPDATE

 

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@CT - COTTON #2 - ICEFU
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 22 140.70 141.99 139.05 139.16 - 1.19 139.42s 05/27 Chart for @CT2N Options for @CT2N
Oct 22 131.73 132.01 130.68 130.68 - 0.97 130.55s 05/27 Chart for @CT2V Options for @CT2V
Dec 22 124.25 124.50 122.55 122.86 - 1.38 122.95s 05/27 Chart for @CT2Z Options for @CT2Z
Mar 23 119.60 119.73 118.31 118.65 - 0.81 118.73s 05/27 Chart for @CT3H Options for @CT3H
May 23 115.40 115.83 114.94 115.37 - 0.61 115.44s 05/27 Chart for @CT3K Options for @CT3K
Jul 23 111.66 112.11 111.35 111.87 - 0.48 111.91s 05/27 Chart for @CT3N Options for @CT3N
Oct 23 102.35 - 1.74 102.35s 05/27 Chart for @CT3V Options for @CT3V
Dec 23 96.19 96.25 95.91 96.11 -0.14 96.05s 05/27 Chart for @CT3Z Options for @CT3Z
Mar 24 93.83 -0.14 94.65s 05/27 Chart for @CT4H Options for @CT4H
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 22 1725'6 1744'2 1718'6 1732'4 5'6 1732'2s 05/27 Chart for @S2N Options for @S2N
Aug 22 1658'4 1672'2 1652'2 1663'2 3'4 1663'0s 05/27 Chart for @S2Q Options for @S2Q
Sep 22 1581'6 1593'4 1576'6 1583'0 0'0 1584'4s 05/27 Chart for @S2U Options for @S2U
Nov 22 1542'6 1551'6 1536'0 1541'2 -0'6 1544'0s 05/27 Chart for @S2X Options for @S2X
Jan 23 1545'0 1554'6 1539'0 1545'4 0'2 1547'6s 05/27 Chart for @S3F Options for @S3F
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 22 765'0 780'4 761'0 776'2 12'2 777'2s 05/27 Chart for @C2N Options for @C2N
Sep 22 734'0 748'0 730'4 744'6 10'6 744'6s 05/27 Chart for @C2U Options for @C2U
Dec 22 718'0 732'6 715'2 730'4 11'2 730'0s 05/27 Chart for @C2Z Options for @C2Z
Mar 23 721'0 736'2 719'2 734'2 11'0 733'6s 05/27 Chart for @C3H Options for @C3H
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 22 1143'2 1170'2 1133'4 1157'0 14'2 1157'4s 05/27 Chart for @W2N Options for @W2N
Sep 22 1151'6 1178'6 1142'0 1166'0 14'2 1166'2s 05/27 Chart for @W2U Options for @W2U
Dec 22 1157'0 1185'4 1149'2 1172'4 14'6 1173'4s 05/27 Chart for @W2Z Options for @W2Z
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Beautiful Weather on The Way
5-25-22
We won’t be done with the rain delay this week until after Friday gets by us.  Next week we are going to have plenty of chores with sprayers running to clean up these thrips as well as getting these resistant weeds knocked out before they get too big.  I would be sure my first weed spray was either Liberty or had an auxin in it because there has been a lot of weeds emerging in these rainy/dry and hot/cool weather cycles we have had.  Spraying just Roundup and Orthene is not going to cut it.  On top of that, there is still quite a lot of cotton planting remaining as some farmers have had unfortunate delays and others have had unfortunate heavy rains requiring some replants.  June cotton has fewer failures than almost any planting date we have but requires pixing, bug sprays, and defoliation a couple of weeks later than our earlier planting dates.  You cannot really spray all your cotton the same week for different pests like you can when planted close together.  It will be the same jobs for both ages, just different timings.  (this can be a challenge if spot replanting)  Next week will be the perfect example as some cotton needs insect and weed managment the same week as other fields are being planted.  Month will be putting pix on some fields and weed control on the young stuff.  The good news is we have some beautiful weather coming our way after Friday.  Follow me at Commonwealthgin.com all season.


Several days of Hot and Dry, Then more rain next week
5-19-22
Last year deep planting produced stands quickly while shallow planted cotton never got enough rain to get it out of the ground until June.  This year is almost the opposite as the shallow planting is working the best so far as everyone has gotten enough to too much rain.  Still about a third to half of the region has only gotten a few tenths when other areas have gotten dumped on to the point that the planting surface is becominging dry with the approaching hot period.  The other extreme are some communities that have had multiple leaching rains to the tune up to 10 inches coming at more than 3 inches at a time.  These large rains have caused some delays and the likelihood of replanting and raised questions of fertilizer replacement already.  The next rain is expected Monday.  Looking forward, The next 4 days provide exceptional planting conditions and incentive to get as many cotton acres planted as possible. 

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  • COTTON #2 (Jul 22) 139.16 - 1.19 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 22) 130.68 - 0.97 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 22) 122.86 - 1.38 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 23) 118.65 - 0.81 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (May 23) 115.37 - 0.61 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Jul 23) 111.87 - 0.48 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 23) 102.35 - 1.74 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 23) 96.11 -0.14 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 24) 93.83 -0.14 5/27/22   1:21 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jul 22) 1732'4 5'6 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Aug 22) 1663'2 3'4 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Sep 22) 1583'0 0'0 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 22) 1541'2 -0'6 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jan 23) 1545'4 0'2 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • CORN (Jul 22) 776'2 12'2 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • CORN (Sep 22) 744'6 10'6 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
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  • CORN (Mar 23) 734'2 11'0 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Jul 22) 1157'0 14'2 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Sep 22) 1166'0 14'2 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Dec 22) 1172'4 14'6 5/27/22   1:19 PM CST

 
 
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