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From the Editors of
Southeast Farm Press Daily
TIMELY RELIABLE INFORMATION FOR SOUTHEAST AGRICULTURE
In this November 14, 2011 Issue:

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Website helps Southeast cattlemen weather price risk

Brad Haire, University of Georgia
Much like row-crop prices, beef cattle prices are high now and reached historic highs earlier this year.
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Ag groups push Congress on GPS interference concerns

From the National Association of Wheat Growers
NAWG and other farm groups told Congressional leaders this week that LightSquared’s planned use of the electromagnetic spectrum for a new wireless broadband system would disrupt GPS systems even if filters are created to lessen interference.
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Florida investing big-time in future energy sources

From the Florida Department of Agriculture
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam outlined his vision on the future of energy in Florida before an audience of more than 500 at the recent Florida Energy Summit in Orlando.
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Ukraine competing in corn, feed wheat market

From the U.S. Grains Council
U.S. exports are likely to face strong competition from Ukrainian corn and feed wheat exports, reports Cary Sifferath, USGC regional director.
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Regional News
On The Farm: Don Shurley talks a better basis for cotton
Dr. Don Shurley, University of Georgia Extension economist, talks a better basis for good quality cotton on On The Farm.
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CE Courses
Utilizing Potassium Nitrate as a Specialty Plant Nutritional Product that Protects Against Disease Organisms and Plant Stresses
Potassium nitrate has a positive effect in controlling plant pests and diseases when applied as an additive to crop protection agrochemicals. This course also has a section on the role of nutrients in IPM.
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New Mode of Action Chemistry for Vegetable Production
Integration of a new mode of action compound like Coragen into IPM and IRM programs to control Lepidoptera in leafy greens, fruiting vegetables, peppers and brassica or cole crops is always welcome.
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