Aug 23, 2014
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Capture Yield In Full Circle

In a perfect world—with ideal growing conditions—today’s seed corn genetics can produce a whopping 500 bu. per acre. With the average corn yield in 2013 at 158 bu. per acre, the question lingers: How do we capture the other 346 bu.?  MORE>

Eliminate the Guesstimate

New tool recommends N rates based on real-time analysis MORE>

Soybeans Reign Supreme

After taking a backseat to corn for the past several years, soybeans are in the spotlight for 2014. MORE>

Crack the GMO Code

Potential labeling solutions fail to satisfy critics MORE>

Corn Belt Marches North

A growing number of Canadian farmers are ramping up corn production, but the real growth is still five to 10 years out.  MORE>


Agriculture News

  • Crop Tour Keeps the Lid on Yields
    Reasonable yield expectations out of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour are proving some light at the end of the corn price tunnel, says Jerry Gulke.
  • Farmland Values: What's In Store Past 2014?
    University of Illinois ag economists break out the crystal balls as they look at the data and make some trend-spotting analysis to see if farmland values continue to go up, level off or fall down.
  • Chinese Grain Imports Hit Record Levels
    China’s “three-part purchasing record” is further proof that demand continues to outpace supply in some key crops, according to the U.S. Grains Council.

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