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Jul 19 65.32 65.80 64.43 64.72 -0.66 65.38 10:12A Chart for @CT9N Options for @CT9N
Oct 19 67.06 67.45 65.79 65.79 -1.14 66.93 10:12A Chart for @CT9V Options for @CT9V
Dec 19 67.16 67.48 66.46 66.93 -0.23 67.16 10:12A Chart for @CT9Z Options for @CT9Z
Mar 20 67.48 67.85 66.98 67.58 0.09 67.49 10:12A Chart for @CT0H Options for @CT0H
May 20 68.28 68.38 67.70 68.34 0.28 68.06 10:12A Chart for @CT0K Options for @CT0K
Jul 20 68.48 68.90 68.26 68.90 0.40 68.50 10:12A Chart for @CT0N Options for @CT0N
Oct 20 67.87 0.38 67.87s 06/19 Chart for @CT0V Options for @CT0V
Dec 20 67.08 67.44 67.08 67.40 0.32 67.08 10:12A Chart for @CT0Z Options for @CT0Z
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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Jul 19 901'2 915'0 896'4 913'0 9'6 903'2 10:12A Chart for @S9N Options for @S9N
Aug 19 907'4 921'2 903'0 919'0 9'4 909'4 10:12A Chart for @S9Q Options for @S9Q
Sep 19 914'0 927'6 910'0 925'4 9'4 916'0 10:12A Chart for @S9U Options for @S9U
Nov 19 927'0 940'6 922'6 938'4 9'6 928'6 10:12A Chart for @S9X Options for @S9X
Jan 20 939'0 952'6 935'4 950'6 9'6 941'0 10:12A Chart for @S0F Options for @S0F
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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Jul 19 520'6 528'0 515'4 526'0 3'6 522'2 10:12A Chart for @W9N Options for @W9N
Sep 19 524'6 533'0 519'6 531'4 4'6 526'6 10:12A Chart for @W9U Options for @W9U
Dec 19 533'2 542'2 529'4 541'4 5'4 536'0 10:12A Chart for @W9Z Options for @W9Z
@C - CORN - CBOT
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Jul 19 441'4 447'4 436'4 447'2 6'2 441'0 10:12A Chart for @C9N Options for @C9N
Sep 19 446'2 454'0 442'0 453'6 7'4 446'2 10:12A Chart for @C9U Options for @C9U
Dec 19 453'2 461'4 449'0 461'2 8'0 453'2 10:12A Chart for @C9Z Options for @C9Z
Mar 20 458'6 467'2 454'6 467'2 8'4 458'6 10:12A Chart for @C0H Options for @C0H
May 20 460'6 468'6 456'6 468'4 8'2 460'2 10:12A Chart for @C0K Options for @C0K
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Wet Conditions Present Some Observations   
6-19-19
June weather continues to be almost opposite of May although we are expecting the frequency of rainfall to slow down by the Weekend.   There is a characteristic that most all cotton developed from the cool wet weather we had at the beginning of June that was caused by the intense sun and heat of Sunday and Monday of this week.  Primarily it was sunburned leaves that are right at the top of the plant and very tender from the moisture and humidity and not tough as they had not been exposed to hot conditions.  These leaves gave the cotton fields a golden look with a little bit of bronze.  This is 100% visual with no negative consequences.  Another related situation was that we got more leaf scorch on these same upper leaves from spraying Dual, Outlook, or Warrant based herbicide mixtures.  Again, these burned leaf symptoms will almost disappear within a week.   For the most part we have not had to change anything from our plans so far.  The main adjustment I believe we should consider is with people who applied some Ammonium Sulfate at planting but are planning on using UAN30 or UAN32 for top-dressing.  We have lost sulfur from planting and more sulfur is needed at topdress either from more AMS, or UAN24S. 

Light Land Syndrome
Every year we have those spots that develop in light land that I like to call light land syndrome, and it magnifies after wet spells.  The causes of these poor growth spots are related to extremely low CEC and coarse sand.  The often have low pH, low potassium, and they easily loose the Nitrogen and Sulfur.  This is also where we have Sting Nematode.  For pH issues, we have to increase our frequency of liming without using more (in other words, apply a half rate every year or two rather than a heavy rate every 3 or 4 years.  Early applications of N, K, & S will not last so applying these nutrients following heavy rain events will restore the lost nutrients.  Injecting UAN solutions is better than dribbling, although dribbling works well for the second shot of top-dress when you split apply it with the first shot being AMS.  Bottom line, on our lightest soils, if you have not broadcast some granular or injected in June, then it will help.

Wet land with Heavy rain
Part of our region north of 460 had a 6 inch rain event on June 7 resulting in spots where water stood long enough to hurt some roots.  These roots will eventually recover but the cotton growth has been haulted until it does.  These spots can be similar to light land syndrome just looking at the cotton except these spots can fix themselves in this heavy land and light land needs more intervention.  However, if you want to speed up the process, then a very low rate of AMS is like magic to cotton to give it a kick.  Be careful about putting to much N on this heavy land because these spots could be the rank cotton in August.

  
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  • COTTON #2 (Jul 19) 64.62 -0.76 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 19) 65.79 -1.14 6/20/19   10:05 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 19) 66.83 -0.33 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Mar 20) 67.50 0.01 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (May 20) 68.34 0.28 6/20/19   10:08 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Jul 20) 68.90 0.40 6/20/19   10:08 AM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Oct 20) 67.87 0.38 6/19/19   1:30 PM CST
  • COTTON #2 (Dec 20) 67.40 0.32 6/20/19   9:51 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jul 19) 913'0 9'6 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Aug 19) 919'0 9'4 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Sep 19) 925'4 9'4 6/20/19   10:10 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 19) 938'6 10'0 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jan 20) 950'6 9'6 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • WHEAT (Jul 19) 526'2 4'0 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • WHEAT (Sep 19) 531'4 4'6 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • WHEAT (Dec 19) 541'4 5'4 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • CORN (Jul 19) 447'2 6'2 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • CORN (Sep 19) 453'4 7'2 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • CORN (Dec 19) 461'2 8'0 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • CORN (Mar 20) 467'2 8'4 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST
  • CORN (May 20) 468'4 8'2 6/20/19   10:11 AM CST

 
 
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