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Wet Weather Hinders Crop Progress

Wet Weather Hinders Crop Progress

| June 2, 2015

The excessive rain recently has slowed the progress of soybean planting across the state, as well as the overall lack of sunshine has slowed corn emergence as well.

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26th Annual Red Power Round Up Comes to Missouri

26th Annual Red Power Round Up Comes to Missouri

| June 2, 2015

The Missouri Chapter of the International Harvesters Club will host the 26th Annual Red Power Round Up at the Missouri state Fairgrounds.

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Anthracnose: A springtime problem

Anthracnose: A springtime problem

| June 1, 2015

Anthracnose tends to flourish in the springtime, where the weather conditions are prime for the fungi.

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Emerald Ash Borer found in St Louis

Emerald Ash Borer found in St Louis

| May 29, 2015

The emerald ash borer has been in Kansas City for about three years. Now it’s been found in St. Louis.

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WTO says country of origin labeling isn’t COOL

WTO says country of origin labeling isn’t COOL

| May 28, 2015

Ron Plain, ag economist at University of Missouri Extension, speaks on COOL and the WTO.

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Crop Progress Close To Average

Crop Progress Close To Average

| May 27, 2015

Even with what seems to be untimely rain, and below average temperatures across the state, the row crops are just barely behind the pace of the five year average.

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Conservation Department Values Public Opinions

Conservation Department Values Public Opinions

| May 26, 2015

The Missouri Department of Conservation wants to know what Missourians think about its nearly 1,000 conservation areas around the state.

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RFS Due June 1st

RFS Due June 1st

| May 25, 2015

The Environmental Protection Agency is tentatively scheduled to deliver a Renewable Fuels Standard or RFS by June 1st.

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Noisy Bugs Will Be Here Soon

Noisy Bugs Will Be Here Soon

| May 24, 2015

This could be a noisy summer for southeastern and western Missouri. A brood of 17-year periodical cicadas will emerge in northwestern Missouri, and a brood of 13-year periodical cicadas will surface in southeastern Missouri.

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