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Insects Change with the Times
Exploding spider mite populations prove costly
Heat-Tolerant Cotton Shows Promise
Breeders promise that new varieties will be better suited to hot weather
Online Diesease Resources
Use these resources to help combat diseases in your fields.
Consider Compaction this Spring
Racehorse flats is what the locals call the area where I grew up in Illinois. There are a variety of reasons for that moniker, but I generally correlate it with the insanity that occurs when area farmers try to be first to the field come spring.
Beat Back Disease
Prior planning leads to more efficient scouting, which puts more corn in your bin.
Better Luck This Year
10 lessons learned from the 2008 growing season
Salmonella problem hits when stocks are plentiful
It's a Cinch, No More Fighting the Flighting, Tend to the Battery On Your Seed Tender
Time for our next crop, USDA''s acreage predictions, and Welding University Winners!
Latest advancements in the wheat realm
Trimble Upgrades and Adds Functionalities
Farm Program Changes Rile Farmers
Power tillage equipment
Tailgate Talk, AgDay and USFR on RFD-TV
Shows on RFD-TV , New Tailgate Talk Blogs, What a Day!: An Uphill Battle, and Stat Rack: 2007 Census of Agriculture results
The Census of Agriculture
A quick look at the changing face of the American farm.
Rust Battle Plan
USDA launches plan to protect against Ug99.
What Does the Doha Round Mean to You?
Guest commentor Jeff Newtson discusses the Doha Round negotiations.
Learn the new management system for LibertyLink soybeans.
Planting, Loadout Ideas
Farmer ingenuity simplifies repetitive jobs.
People Dig It
Museum visitors are enthralled by soil exhibit.
Accidents Waiting to Happen
Inspecting your polyethylene storage and transport tanks can prevent catastrophic spills during your busiest seasons.
Shop and Storage Fits the Farm
The highlights of the shop built by Gary Freeburg near Gayville, S.D., go on and on.
Biofuel crops battle for water resources.
The Right Ratios
Machinery Doc discusses tractor engine configurations.
Trash into Treasures
Nothing goes to waste around Brian Andrews' shop.
An age-old wheat pest is showing up again in fields.
Pencil It Out
Analyze the payback for foliar fungicide on soybeans.
Top Producer Seminar speakers address risk factors for farmers.
Truck programmers can rev power and performance.
Not Your Father's USDA
Tom Vilsack brings change to the USDA as the new Secretary of Agriculture.
Burndown Bonus, A PAT Answer to Test-Driving New Hybrids and Varieties.
EPA Agrees: Plant Health Claim is Official, Sticks to the Ribs.
Set your mark for corn yields, Volatile Times in the fertilizer industry.
Wetlands Filter Out Nutrients, Pheasants Forever Will Preserve a Kansas Farm.
Interest in Irrigation Increases
Interest in Irrigation Increases, Irrigation Products Under One Umbrella.
Machinery's Main Stage, Case IH Steers Planter Trend, Downspout Design, Ag Leader Unveils Planter Clutch.
Tastes Like Chicken, Ethanol Industry Shifts Sideways, Scientists Support Biodiesel.
A Good Start
Field tests evaluate planter down pressure and row spacings.
I Can’t Get There From Here
If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing then a little technology could be mentally lethal.
Leave A Legacy Column: Qualities of Leadership
All farmers desiring to guide the family farm in the months and years ahead should possess these characteristics.
Time for Action
Our survey showcases the need to make legacy planning a reality.
How to deal with broken bolts on farm equipment.
Control is in Outside Hands
Spring is just around the corner, and it’s not too soon for me!
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