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Temperatures Soar In Manila As Summer Arrives

Crop Disease Found In Dakota’s

This is affecting sunflowers

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Record Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Hits NSW

Here’s How Our Farmers Are Being Impacted By Current Weather

Too wet and too cool means major trouble for crops. There are also challenges right now with livestock.

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High Corn Prices And Promising Yields Raise Prospects For Iowa Farmers

Winter Wheat Higher For South Dakota Farmers

Nearly doubling

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Rapeseed Blooms Across The UK

A Word Of Caution From The Ag Department

A risk applying pesticide

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Food Prices Expected To Rise As Midwest Flooding Damages Corn Crops

Spring Planting Is Lagging In South Dakota

The latest report comes from The Agriculture Department

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Hot Weather This Week Good for Row Crops

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Hot weather forecast for this week couldn't come at a better time for South Dakota farmers with row crops in the fields.

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South Dakota Farmers Urged to Check for Japanese Beetles

BROOKINGS - An entomologist says South Dakota farmers need to check their corn and soybean fields this year for Japanese beetles.

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Soybean Crops
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South Dakota Corn, Soybean Estimates Unchanged Over Month

South Dakota's corn and soybean production forecasts are unchanged over the month, and both crops are still expected to be down sharply from a year ago.

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It's Dry All Over
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South Dakota Drought Unchanged; Conditions Ease in North Dakota

The drought in South Dakota is unchanged over the week but conditions have eased in North Dakota for a second week.

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Farmers Conclude Grain Harvest
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Crops Progress in South Dakota Despite Rain, Strong Wind

Despite rain and strong winds last week, farmers and ranchers in South Dakota had five days for fieldwork and brought the harvest season closer to the end.

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