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Will USDA Need to Re-Survey Some Areas for Planted Acreage Information??

00:01:00.055   2019-06-24   
With so many planting delays USDA might need to go out and re-survey some areas to get better planted acreage data. (Gary Crawford and Lance Honig)

USDA's Community Facilities Program Still Has $2 Billion Available

00:00:59.951   2019-06-24   
USDA has released the names of 40 funding recipients under its Community Facilities program, which still has two billion dollars available for projects this year. (Stephanie Ho and Richard Mayfield, RD Director for New York state)

Actuality: USDA Funds Help Rural Communities in Two Ways

00:00:43.572   2019-06-24   
Richard Mayfield, Rural Development director for New York state, says USDA's financial support for building a new office building provides practical convenience, but also helps build the community's sense of identity.

Actuality: Growing Conditions Good for Cotton

00:01:43.575   2019-06-24   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says weather conditions have been good for growing cotton.

Actuality: Latest Peanut Numbers

00:00:38.164   2019-06-24   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, has the latest look at the peanut crop.

Actuality: Rice Emergence Behind Schedule

00:00:37.903   2019-06-24   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says rice emergence is slightly behind schedule.

Actuality: Spring Wheat Heading Behind Schedule

00:00:37.746   2019-06-24   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says spring wheat is heading behind schedule.

Corn Planting Approaching Completion, But Not Quite There Yet

00:00:56.868   2019-06-24   
Corn planting is nearing completion, but is behind schedule. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Soybean Planting is Behind Schedule

00:00:56.999   2019-06-24   
Soybean planting and emergence are behind schedule. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Late Winter Wheat Development Means Later Harvest

00:00:57.600   2019-06-24   
Late development of the winter wheat crop means a later harvest. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

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