Previous articleCME Group Expanded Trading BeginsNext articlePioneer Field Update May 22 Gary Truitt Dry Conditions Stressing Indiana Corn Darren GoebelDry conditions are beginning to be a serious problem across many parts of Indiana. According to the latest USDA crop update, 43% of Indiana topsoil is rated as short to very short on moisture and 35% of the sub-soil is rated short to very short. Southeast Indiana remains one of the wettest parts of the state, while the Southwest counties are among the driest. Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Home News Feed Dry Conditions Stressing Indiana Corn While the hot dry weather has hurt the corn, it has pushed the wheat crop toward maturity. Goebel says the Indiana wheat harvest will begin very soon, “I think we will see the wheat harvest start by the end of May and first week in June.” The latest USDA figures show that, “Ninety-three percent of the winter wheat acreage has headed compared with 40 percent last year and 53 percent for the 5-year average. Condition of winter wheat, still standing, declined slightly and is now rated 70 percent good to excellent compared with 59 percent last year at this time.” By Gary Truitt – May 22, 2012 Meanwhile, insect pressure has been heavy especially in soybeans. Goebel told HAT, “There is very heavy pressure in soybeans that have not been treated with seed treatments.” He also noted that he has seen some armyworms and cereal leaf beetles feeding in some wheat fields. Many Southwest Indiana growers got their corn planted in March and got good early development with timely rains in April, but so far May has been a dry month for this part of the state. Pioneer agronomist Darren Goebel says the corn is showing the stress, “The Princeton – Mt. Vernon, area continues to be quite dry. I have seen corn rolling in the afternoon sun the last couple of days.” Goebel said this is not as serious a problem now because it just forces the young plants to put down deeper roots, but he worries about the dryness continuing, “We definably need a rain.” SHARE SHARE [audio:https://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/05/dry-SW-wrap.mp3|titles=Dry Conditions Stressing Indiana Corn]Audio Playerhttps://media.blubrry.com/hoosieragtoday/p/www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/05/dry-SW-wrap.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS Goebel says with rapid early growth many herbicide programs will have to be moved up, “Corn is going to grow faster than we expect, and it is very important to get the herbicides applied at the correct time.” He said a late application can cause damage and reduce yield. Listen to the complete report with Darren Goebel at the Pioneer agronomy page.
NepalAsia – Pacific May 29, 2019 Find out more Nepal: RSF’s recommendations to amend controversial Media Council Bill February 10, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist Om Sharma freed after 14 months in prison News Om Sharma, editor of the banned pro Maoist daily Janadisha, was released from jail in Katmandu on 7 February by order of the country’s supreme court after being detained for 14 months under the state of emergency.Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) welcomed his release but deplored the fact that the security forces ignored four previous orders by the court to free him. The organisation repeated its call to the government to release 20 or so other journalists still in prison.Sharma was arrested at the paper’s offices on 26 November 2001, the day after a national state of emergency was declared. He was held in a secret place for 26 days before being transferred with other journalists to Bhadragol prison, outside Katmandu.Krishna Prasad Khanal, another Maoist journalist, has been freed after 15 months in jail. The authorities also released six other people on 5 February by order of the supreme court. Some local papers said four of them worked for the Maoist paper Janadesh but the Federation of Nepalese Journalists said they were not journalists. Follow the news on Nepal Organisation June 8, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts News Nepalese journalists threatened, attacked and censored over Covid-19 coverage Help by sharing this information NepalAsia – Pacific RSF_en News May 17, 2019 Find out more News Under Chinese pressure, Nepal sanctions three journalists over Dalai Lama story to go further
59SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The credit union industry is seeing a mass exodus of CEOs like never before. This widespread retirement is a double-edged sword for CUs, as experienced executives leave to start new chapters of their lives and new blood comes in to introduce new ideas to keep the industry relevant. But finding this new blood is a challenge for most credit union boards looking to make the right hire to ensure another couple of decades of quality leadership. continue reading »
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A person was killed when they crashed their SUV head-on into another truck in East Moriches on Friday night.Suffolk County police said the person was driving a Jeep Liberty westbound on Montauk Highway when they crossed over the double yellow line into oncoming traffic and collided with an eastbound Ford pickup truck at 8:40 p.m. The Jeep burst into flames and could not be separated from the Ford, police said. The driver of the Jeep was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim has not been identified.The 24-year-old East Moriches man driving the other truck and his 6-month-old daughter escaped the flames and were taken to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in East Patchogue. The baby was not injured and her father suffered minor injuries.Seventh Squad detectives impounded the vehicles and are continuing the investigation.
Skip Robin van Persie slams Arsenal boss Unai Emery and reveals why he’ll never compare to Arsene Wenger 1/1 Comment Full Screen Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Van Persie had a good relationship with Arsene Wenger at Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)The Dutchman’s final criticism came for Emery’s lack of clarity, citing a training ground video which was published, showing the Spaniard shouting instructions at his players.Van Persie admitted that he couldn’t understand what the Arsenal boss was saying, and that compared to other great managers he has played under, this will leave Emery falling short.‘I’ve had [Arsene] Wenger, Louis van Gaal, [Alex] Ferguson, I had so many coaches, and their main quality was to be clear,’ said the 36-year-old.‘If I’m really honest…someone sent me a video last week of him [Emery] trying to explain something, and I couldn’t really figure out if he was saying, ‘calm, calm’ or ‘come, come.’‘That is very important, you have to be clear, you have to be the leader and the leader needs to be clear towards his players.’ Advertisement Manchester United captain Harry Maguire PLAY Video Settings Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More by Metro SPONSORED Read More Read More 1 min. story Coming Next Van Persie expanded on his point, suggesting that Emery is not a ‘strong coach’ which leads to players not putting in enough effort in games.‘As a player you want to have that feeling, you have to sprint back, now I see a couple of players jogging back, and there’s danger there,’ said Van Persie. ‘I don’t feel that in the team.‘If you have a very strong coach, and you are in midfield and you see danger somewhere, you sprint for your life, because you know if you don’t do it you get punished.’ / Read More About Connatix V67539 Phil HaighThursday 24 Oct 2019 10:58 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.6kShares Read More Skip Ad ‘I don’t think so,’ the former striker told BT Sport. ‘I don’t think that Emery really connects with his players.‘I think they are still weak on set pieces, which was a problem at my time, to be honest. But everyone should feel responsible. Arsenal lose 12 to 15 points per season by set pieces. That should stop.‘If you want to play for the first couple of places you have to sort it out, you have to find a way.’ Unai Emery has come under criticism from Robin van Persie (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)Robin van Persie has heavily criticised Arsenal manager Unai Emery, saying he does not connect with his players and cannot give them clear instructions.The Dutchman was talking after Arsenal narrowly beat Vitoria Guimaraes 3-2 in the Europa League, coming from behind thanks to two Nicolas Pepe free-kicks to win in injury time.That kept up the Gunners’ perfect record in Europe so far this season, but their Premier League form has been patchy, losing at Sheffield United last time out.Van Persie was asked if he feels Arsenal have improved since Emery took over from Arsene Wenger last summer and his response was blunt.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT The late Pepe double has eased pressure on Emery for now, but failure to beat Crystal Palace in the Premier League this weekend would raise questions over his leadership again.BT Sport provided the statistic on the broadcast that Arsenal’s last 47 games under Wenger produced 26 wins, while the first 47 under Emery produced 25 wins.AdvertisementAdvertisementIf results continue to be inconsistent then the question of whether they are an improving side will be difficult to answer for the Spaniard.MORE: Nicolas Pepe saves the day for Arsenal with two stunning free-kicks in late win over Vitoria GuimaraesMORE: Ainsley Maitland-Niles is ‘wasting his talent,’ says Arsenal legend Martin Keown Top articles Advertisement
“In South Africa [at the 2010 World Cup under Diego Maradona], they had a great team and where did it end and why? No one asks it. “Later in Brazil, Argentina reached the final and when [other players] have clear opportunities, the fault lies with Messi and Messi loses. “In the Copa America, they have lost two finals on penalties. And again, Messi cannot win, but what do we do with the players who failed and Messi assisted them? They are hiding.” Nevertheless, Stoichkov does not think all is lost for Argentina ahead of Qatar 2022. “Sooner or later the glory of Messi will end,” he added. “Then we must value everything that was done in football. read also:Messi’s numbers which frighten Mallorca “I believe that in 2022 in Qatar this Argentine national team will have the last great opportunity to win the World Cup in its history. “With Lautaro Martinez, with Paulo Dybala, with the last campaigns, I imagine, by Sergio Aguero and Angel Di Maria. There is a very competitive team.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Dystopian Movie Worlds You’d Never Want To Live InPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now9 Actors Who Stay Famous For That One Movie They Did 10 Years Ago10 Amazing Characters We Wish Were Official Disney PrincessesThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?9 Talented Actors Who Are Only Associated With One RoleTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV Now Barcelona great, Hristo Stoichkov, has revealed that Lionel Messi ‘is always unfairly blamed’ for Argentina’s failures and that his team-mates are guilty of “hiding” on the biggest stages. Despite sweeping the board during a glittering career with Barca, six-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi has never lifted a major honour with Argentina. There were a succession of near misses during the past decade, with Germany beating La Albiceleste after extra time in the final of the 2014 World Cup, before Chile prevailed on penalties in the 2015 Copa America and Copa America Centenario showpieces. The 2020 Copa America was due to start on Friday but has been put back 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic, while the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is likely to be Messi’s final tilt at the big prize. Speaking to Argentinian station Radio Villa Trinidad, Stoichkov said he felt the 32-year-old had shouldered an unfair share of criticism over the failures of his national team. “To see a friend happy, like Leo, and to stop him suffering so much for not being able to win a World Cup, I would change my Golden Boot, which I got at the 1994 World Cup, to see Messi world champion,” said the ex-Barca forward. “Always when he loses, Messi has the blame and they never talk about those who are next to him and fail. Loading…