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GreenPoint AG News

    Tissue Sampling (Don't Starve Your Crop)
    Tissue Sampling (Don't Starve Your Crop)
    Jul 10, 2018 |
    Tissue sampling is shedding a bright light on underlying deficiencies that would otherwise go unnoticed. Just as with people, a plant needs the proper nutrients to be the healthiest it can be and produce the highest yields possible.
    Insights in Plant Health and Nutrition
    Insights in Plant Health and Nutrition
    Jun 20, 2018 |
    I always look forward to this point in the growing season, because we have a perfect opportunity to see what is going on inside of the plants in the field. In order to do this, we at GreenPoint AG team up with WinField United to offer one of the best in-season nutrient...

Safety Moment

It is GreenPoint AG’s intent to provide a safe working environment in all areas for all employees.  Accidents and injuries are prevented by controlling the work environment and the actions of employees.  Health and safety will take precedence over expediency or shortcuts.  Every attempt will be made to reduce the possibility of accident occurrence.  Protection of employees, the public, company property and the operation is paramount. Management considers no phase of the operation more important than the health and safety of the employee.

Employee safety is to be the first consideration in the operation of the business.  Safe practices on the part of the worker(s) must be part of all operations. Employees must understand their personal responsibility for the prevention of injuries on and off the job.  Accident prevention and efficient production go hand-in-hand.  All injuries can and should be prevented!

Management will continue to be guided and motivated by this statement, and with the cooperation of all employees, will actively pursue a safer working environment throughout the company.

Industry News

PEA winners talk disease, organics, profitability

July 21, 2018 - Farm Press peanut award winners honored for outstanding production, efficiency, leadership at Southern Peanut Farmers Conference.
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This Week in Agribusiness – July 21, 2018

July 21, 2018 - Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong talk lab-grown meat, China soybeans, drones and the real definition of ‘milk’
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What’s behind the progress in Mississippi cotton yields?

July 20, 2018 - "A huge factor is genetics —the genetics in some of the varieties today are pretty unbelievable."
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Darrin Dodds: Outstanding Mississippi cotton crop shaping up

July 20, 2018 - "I talked with a farmer who said in 40 years he only recalls one or two times he’s seen this level of fruit retention on the entire cotton plant."
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What can cotton growers expect from new farm bill?

July 20, 2018 - A report from the 2018 SCGA Summer Meeting
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Last Previous Change High Low Open Close
CORN 3.5525 3.5125 0.0400 3.5575 3.4975 3.5125 3.5525
CORN 3.6900 3.6500 0.0400 3.6975 3.6375 3.6525 3.6900
CORN 3.8000 3.7650 0.0350 3.8050 3.7475 3.7650 3.8000
SOYBEANS 8.4975 8.4600 0.0375 8.5325 8.4125 8.4600 8.4975
SOYBEANS 8.5525 8.5200 0.0325 8.5900 8.4725 8.5225 8.5525
SOYBEANS 8.6475 8.6150 0.0325 8.6875 8.5650 8.6150 8.6475
WHEAT 5.1600 5.0425 0.1175 5.1975 5.0300 5.0350 5.1600
WHEAT 5.3300 5.2050 0.1250 5.3625 5.1975 5.2050 5.3300
LIVE CATTLE 108.925 108.900 0.025 109.350 108.275 108.925 108.925
LIVE CATTLE 110.250 110.650 -0.400 111.075 109.775 110.525 110.250
LEAN HOGS 66.450 67.250 -0.800 67.050 65.650 66.600 66.450
LEAN HOGS 51.275 52.225 -0.950 52.000 50.725 51.650 51.275
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