Podcast 10-1-15: Dry Weather Will Let Harvest Continue at a Rapid Pace



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this is hoosier act today it’s the
morning edition for the first of October

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2015 and harvest moves on I’m A NGU bank
we have the latest indiana farm news for

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you a couple of issues are pushing for a
quick corn harvest will visit with bill

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Mullen up seat consultants in a
southeast Indiana cornfield also another

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voice has been added to the RFS fight
Gary Truitt has that report a look back

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at the Wednesday markets following the
September quarterly stocks report

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yesterday and also coming up

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meteorologist Ryan Martin checks the
Indiana farm forecast this is the

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don’t forget to check out our regular
agronomy updates including harvest

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updates this time of year course listen
each week on this station for the DuPont

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pioneer agronomy update and check out
the agronomy page at who’s your ad

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today.com and mobile app for smartphones
and tablets Indiana farmers are working

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hard to get their crops out of the field
as soon as they are ready for harvest

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and a late arriving disease this year is
another reason to get to the corn crop

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before weather takes down the stocks
anthracnose leaf blight starts at the

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top and works its way down the plant and
stalk rot eventually comes into play

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according to agronomist bill Mullen he
found the disease in a cornfield this

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week between Greensburg in Batesville
just off i-70 for all these black

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lesions on here are these other sports
when you look at this plant this is a

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base needs to be the lower than those is
this note here is rotten second one dry

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and third one dry and Portland rotten
fifth one run and this is really dry and

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out slow basically we’ve got some stock
issues out here this is a big concern

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that I have tried to get the crop
harvested because we know it’s like to

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be able to stand out there special begin
any heavy winds you can see what Mullen

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found in the new hat video with the seat
consultants agronomist in the non GMO

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corn field he also found corn plants
invaded by European corn borer plants

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that were dropping years because of the
past one thing I’ve been seeing a lot of

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this year especially in conventional
corn is the presence of European corn

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borer pretty much second generation is
doing some damage out there when I was

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walkin in the field I saw several
dropped ears and that corn borer went

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into the shank normally it can go up
into the air itself with this European

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corn borer damage nice idea like this
and with the week shank there’s only one

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way it’s going to go its gonna go down
on the ground Mullins message is a

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familiar one prioritize at risk field
and get them harvested as soon

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as is feasible see the video at our
web-site who’s your ad today.com or

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follow the who’s your ad today YouTube

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a new organization has been formed to
fight for the renewable fuel industry

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and the RFS Gary Truitt reports on what
makes this group different americans for

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energy security and innovation is the
latest industry supported organization

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to begin a campaign to pressure the
Obama administration and the EPA to

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administer the RFS the way it was

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led by former Missouri Senator Jim
talent the new organization will focus

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on putting political pressure on the EPA
and one of the things we want to do is

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if one wants them both directly and by
influencing political leaders to

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administer the law faithfully talent one
of the original architects of the artist

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legislation says the white house has
been actively working to limit the use

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of biofuels in america is the opposite
of what the RFS was supposed to do you

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know the Obama administration for the
last several years has proposed

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regulations which are inconsistent with
the purposes of the law in this

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particularly ironic not just say
hypocritical because president gonna go

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in in November to Paris to talk with
other countries about how to reduce

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greenhouse gases and this is a policy
which is reducing greenhouse gases today

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at low cost talents of the new group
will target free-market conservative

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members of congress who have not always
been strong supporters of renewable

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fuels we don’t have a free market today
because we have international cartel

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operating the can and does manipulate
the price of oil in part in order to

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inhibit competition both world energy
and the Renewable Fuels Association

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issued statements saying they welcome
the new group pledged to work together

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to prevent an even stronger voice in
Washington in support of the renewable

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fuel standard and I’m Andy Eubank this
is who’s your ad today

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Indiana’s farm network

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chief meteorologist Ryan Martin with a
look at who’s your act today’s indiana

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farm forecast from the Wells Fargo
forecast center is worth a look at the

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latest to set up here we are looking at
home . across the Hoosier State as we

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all got high pressure in control even
though it’s sitting over the Canadian

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province of Ontario moving into call
back its influence though goes all the

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way down into the middle part of
Tennessee so there’s a big push this

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cool dry high pressure air across the
region as we go forward honestly more of

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our attention is gonna need to be paid
hurricane Joaquin a lot of models are

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bringing it in trying to make landfall
somewhere in the mid-atlantic states but

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one key model the European model it
wants to kind of keep the storm out this

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seed that will make a big difference as
to how things emerge here on one hand

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we’ve got models that are trying to
throw moisture back in building it in

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over parts of ohio and indiana lots of
clouds may be some rain moving east to

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west we’ve covered that already that’s
not the way things are supposed to move

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but it’s interesting the other bigger
thing is if a storm that’s category 2 or

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3 comes in hits the East Coast the
United States its gonna back the pattern

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up its gonna just kind of stall
everything across the rest of the

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country that leaves our next front not
arrive until probably late Wednesday and

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Thursday of next week it’ll keep the
nice there around longer over a large

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part of the corn belt but if the storm
stays farther out to sea and then just

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gotta curves off to the north and east
while then all of a sudden you’re not

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backing the pattern up so a lot of
things are going to be coming down to

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what this crazy tropical storm does over
the course of the next three to four

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days we’re gonna be watching it closely
right now we feel easily they’re going

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to be seeing dry air right on through
the weekend actually over the entire

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Hoosier State I’m gonna even leave
precipitation out through the first half

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of next week I know some are saying
clouds and showers moving in later

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Sunday because of the moisture out to
the east

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I think the Appalachians hold it yes we
can see some clouds maybe but not

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precipitation I’m keeping us during our
next run I like right now Wednesday into

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Thursday of next week I’m gonna leave my
moisture totals alone about a quarter to

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three quarters of it

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coverage probably seventy five to eighty
percent of the state of Indiana think

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there’s good moisture there then we see
a dryer period coming in with another

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area of high pressure following that and
that should bring dry weather through

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that next weekend for the 10 through the
11th will be keeping an eye out for

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system around the 14th and 15th could
bring half to one inch rainfall totals

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to the state right now I only like
coverage there at about 70 percent

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although it looks like a nice so we may
have to jack that to 90% or even a

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hundred percent in the days ahead if the
system holds together other things to

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talk about here

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breezy conditions you know what this
high-pressure dome I think we’ll

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continue to keep winds across the state
so look for wins to be a little bit

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brisk through the day today temperatures
normal or slightly below probably one

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more day today then we’re back to normal
as we go through tomorrow and the

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weekend so that will be nice and then
next week added that front adequacy

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south winds really take hold but all
eyes as we said on Joaquin we’ll see

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what happens to him later today that’s
the way things are stacking up I’m chief

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midday with Steve Bartman EFG group in

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Chicago Court report and market analysis
corn market initially had the greatest

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influence we broke down from the highs
what we’re trying to march back and I

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really think it’s because the wheat
market by itself is is constructed so if

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we got beat we train at 5:10 as we speak
here we can get this win over 5 15 with

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any kind of IM I think it’s going to
follow through there’s a decent looking

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little interim bottom there I think
technically the market may respect and

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as I said follow through a little bit
with a little bit of rice green beans

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the USDA lowered last year’s crop by 27
million bushel so we’ve got a September

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first estimate at a hundred and ninety
one million I think that’s constructive

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and again technically good you couldn’t
get no beans over 895 I think the market

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technically would be looking at the
potential for maybe 30 $0.40 college

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through which they could do it
absolutely mind meld people because

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we’re here and some pretty impressive
being yields coming out of the sealed so

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it’s pretty counterintuitive for the
market to be rallying right in the midst

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of harvest but that’s the way i chart
looks right now you got milk prices up

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two and a half but so will spread your
working in beings I think there’s enough

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constructive things that would drag
queen along for the ride

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Lawrence High today’s 394 and a half and
they said we broke 11 cents to the lower

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after the Report now we’re back to
unchanged on the day so you know for

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twenty after 11 I think it’s it’s
shaping up to be relatively constructive

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day right you know as removing into some
pretty serious

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harvest pressure the corner was whether
1.73 one which is pretty neutral pretty

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much in line with the average trade
guesses I still think in the big picture

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when you talk about the kind of crafts
we’ve had over the last two years and

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the fact that we’re looking at these
types at this level of quarterly stocks

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I think it’s it’s constructed because we
are producing big crowds and using it to

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the extent that we’re not building your
new year stocks I think that again is

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constructed but the core markets been
engine on relative strength or weakness

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in wheat prices it still doing it and I
think we finally might have enough of

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the story and we could rally a bit by
constructive Steve you’re also saying

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essentially that these estimates from
USDA don’t seem crazy out of hand no

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they’re not at all they are supportive
but there’s no there’s no big shockers

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here there’s no the market’s been
reacting war i’d say to some of the

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concerns about world demand China and
the way their stock markets been

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responding here that late you know the
markets the markets jittery about world

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demand Steve erdman at EFG group in
Chicago here is how the markets finished

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December corn did close right near
unchanged one and a quarter lower for

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December three eighty seven and three
quarters and March 398 in three quarters

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down a penny soybeans for November 1892
so three cents below that 895 mark up

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seven and three quarters on the day
though Jan means 894 up six and a half

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cents and wheat led the way up nine
points for December wheat at 5 12 and

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three quarters that is the Wednesday
market review and that is a wrap on the

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Thursday morning podcast here on who’s
your ad today

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I mean do you bank thanks for joining us
we’re back in the middle of the day with

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an update on the grain markets how will
the export sales report benefits the

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markets today or not we’ll find that out
on our midday addition expert analysis

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with Mike silver scheduled to join me
from Kokomo grain Howard County have a

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good Thursday and stay close to Indiana
agriculture with who’s your ad today

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Indiana’s farm network

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