Are You Prepared for the Prospective Plantings Report?

We're here to help you before and after the report

To help commercial hedgers sort through heightened uncertainty around the March 31 USDA Prospective Plantings report, we’re bringing in the experts. In this two-part webinar series, top industry analysts share their insights pre- and post-report to help you prepare for any major impacts to the agricultural markets.

  • Pre-USDA Webinar | David Hightower on Expectations and Strategy
  • Post-USDA Webinar | Analysis and Outlook Panel Discussion


March 25 | March 31 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. CST Both events will be hosted as online webinars



How will relative profitability change? Will soybean acreage be lower in 2015-16 or will U.S. farmers switch crops? Will corn acreage decrease as expected?

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Ag News
Starter fertilization Starter fertilizer can be used to complement pre-plant fertilization of crops to increase yield and economic returns to production.

Raising corn yields by 28% A recent study from the Illinois Crop Physiology Laboratory, led by Fred Below.

Corn hybrids Advances in planting equipment making new opportunities. Read about it on pages 28-30.

Covers and Weeds University of Missouri weed science extension.

Green Soybeans in mature fields Green stem syndrome describes any fields where the soybean stems are still green and the pods are mature.

Cover crop guide Farmers interested in planting cover crop now have a guide avalible. 

214bu per acre soybean yields Soybean research trials conducted by members of the Stoller Enterprises research and product development team have produced a 214.7 bushel-per-acre yield. 

Hand weeding fields For farmers seeing weeds in their crop fields this late in the growing season, hand-rouging and pulling them by hand may be the best way to remove them.

Wheat seed with Scab that will be used for planting Lots with high levels of scab may have lower germination rates.

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