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Market Journal: Corn and Soybean Prices Trending Higher May 4, 2018

On this week's Market Journal Todd Hultman, DTN market analyst, talks about the latest crop progress report and discusses how corn and soybean market prices are trending higher. Other segments cover nitrogen stabilizers, ethanol production, and nitrate toxicity.

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Market Journal: Consider Selling New & Old Crop Now - May April 20, 2018

Also on this week's Market Journal: An overview of policy changes in the new farm bill, ethanol production, blizzard impacts on cow-calf production, and the forecast for the coming week.

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Market Journal on WASDE, Soil Sensors, Genetic Improvements in Sorghum April 13, 2018

In one of this week's segments on Market Journal David Holding, assistant professor of plant molecular genetics, provides an overview of new gene editing technology being used to enhance the nutritional value of sorghum and improve the digestibility of proteins.

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Market Journal on Importance of Following Dicamba Labels April 6, 2018

This week on Market Journal Greg Kruger, Nebraska extension weed science and application technology specialist, discusses the importance of reading, studying, and following dicamba product labels.

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Market Journal on Regional and Global Trade Issues March 16, 2018

The grain markets and trade at all levels are featured on this week's Market Journal, along with segments on bacterial leaf streak and next week's forecast.

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Women in Ag featured on Market Journal

Market Journal Spotlights Women in Agriculture, Risk Management March 9, 2018

This week's Market Journal explores the need for a written market plan for both new and old crop corn and soybeans, the drought in Argentina, and what attendees learned at the Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference.

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Market Journal Looks at Farm Bill Discussions March 2, 2018

This week's Market Journal looks at two key programs affecting farm management: the Farm Bill that's currently in production and crop insurance. Other speakers look at the grain markets, cover crop research, and the forecast for next week.

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