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Greg D. Horstmeier DTN Editor-in-Chief
Fri Jul 18, 2014 01:08 PM CDT

It's tempting this time of year to ease off a bit as pollination and flowering have started or are about to start, the last of the spraying and sidedressing are long done, and pastures are growing with moisture and sunshine.

But if the past two weeks' events are any sign, there's a steady need to be on guard and thinking about how to react to future events. Just consider the things that have had a direct effect on agriculture in the past few days.

The latest USDA report continues to have a bearish effect on grain prices, something our analysts ...

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