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Tonight a full “corn moon” rises – and only once every three years

The last full moon of summer rises brightly in the night sky on Tuesday. Known as “Corn Moon”, it only occurs once every three years. The September full moon was named by the Algonquin tribes living in the northeastern United States, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac. They named it for the time of year when they harvested staples like …

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Best times to see the corn moon

It’s that time of year when the air gets a little cooler, pumpkin decor pops up in stores, and the corn moon fills the sky. © Jack Rendulich / AP A full “corn moon” rises above a large metal sculpture on the University of Minnesota, Duluth campus. According to the Farmers Almanac, the Corn Moon got its name from the …

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Full Corn Moon 2020: Best Times to Watch

(CNN) – It’s that time of year when the air gets a little cooler, pumpkin decor pops up in stores, and the corn moon fills the sky. According to the Farmers Almanac, the Corn Moon got its name from the Indians. This moon was an indicator that it was time to harvest the corn. This moon can get confusing because …

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New Turkey Dinner Candy Corn contains 6 Thanksgiving flavors in one bag

The top headlines from Fox Business Flash are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. I love it or I hate it, there’s a new type of sweet corn on the shelves – a whole Thanksgiving dinner in a bag. According to recent reports, Brach’s Turkey Dinner has released candy corn. PUMPKING BEER CREATES WHISKEY: ‘PUMPKIN PIE IN A SHOT …

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Midwest Trump loyalty tested by new corn ethanol rules

After the Trump levied tariffs on China, the trump levied tariffs on China have become a significant test. Trump's China tariffs, but the waivers for administration this month to 31 oil refineries so they do not have to blend into their gasoline. Since roughly 40 percent of the U.S. "I've never been a fisherman so tired, so frustrated "Kelly Nieuwenhuis, …

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Crop Tour Day 3: Corn and soybeans from Illinois make a dive

When Pro Farmer Crop Scouts made their way through Illinois, it was a sad sight. The state, which usually cultivates trash can harvests, is largely in decline. Illinois corn fell 21.46 bu compared to last year's pro-farmer estimates. per acre – or 11% – compared to 2018. Soybeans did not fare much better with 331.23 pods less per 3 × …

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Crop Tour: Nebraska is expected to deliver Indiana corn and soybeans

In an unanticipated turn of events, Nebraska crops are expected to surpass Indiana – by more than 10 bu. Corn per acre and almost 300 soybean pods per 3×3 square meters. Despite all the challenges, Nebraska seems to be producing below-average corn and soybean yields. Indiana, however, sees lower yields compared to previous pro-farmer estimates. Indiana corn fell sharply to …

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