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Pre-harvest sprouting of grain occurs in all crops but can be more of an issue in sorghum because of the exposed nature of the grain. Sprouting becomes an issue when sorghum grain has reached maturity and is exposed to long periods of wet, warm weather.

How quickly sprouting can occur is dependent on several factors including rainfall, humidity, temperature and wind.

With recent rains driving nut development, pecan growers should be watching their orchards for signs of pecan weevil activity. Where they look…

Corn in many parts of Oklahoma is looking good, but physiological maturity of the crop is still weeks away and so producers need to be vigilan…

The rally in sunflower prices at the crush plants took a breather as nearby prices finished the week down 10 cents to unchanged. Nearby sunflo…

Sunflower prices at the crush plants remain stronger than normal for this time of the year as a late harvest has oilseed crushers searching fo…

November is a great time for pumpkin spice and everything nice, but it’s also the perfect time to celebrate National Bread Month. The wheat th…