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Late Spring 2009
Soybean Aphid Life Cycle
See a model of the soybean aphid''s life cycle and another helpful photo.
Carbon Sequestration Methods Under Consideration
The following are carbon sequestration methods on agricultural lands, grasslands, rangelands, and forested lands.
World Agricultural Forum Audio
Listen to Jim Bolger, former chairman of the World Agricultural Forum, and Bob Stallman, Amercan Farm Bureau Association president.
ISOBUS Implementation Process
The ISOBUS implementation task force in North America is joining with groups in Europe and Brazil to form the Ag Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF) to achieve greater improvements in plug and play compatibility.
Read one farmer''s opinion on biofuels and get access to more than 15 reports and studies on the effects of biofuels on land use change.
Dig for Higher Yields
Learn more about soil pits.
Meet the Dell Family
See more photos of the Dell family.
Virtual Welding University
See the sights and sounds from the last two years at Welding University.
Field Scouting Tool List
Here are some tools that can make your field scouting effective, and more comfortable.
Check Your Sulfur Status
Garlic Mustard Video Interviews and Photos
Listen to Adam Davis, invasive weed management research ecologist for USDA Agricultural Research Service, describe what farmers need to know about this invasive species.
Valuable Dairy Industry Links
Use these links to find more information on the Milk Income Loss Contract program and Cooperatives Working Together.
Video and Audio Coverage of the Bayer CropScience Herbicide Innovation Tour
See Farm Journal Editor Pam Smith''s video and audio reports during the the Bayer CropScience Herbicide Innovation Tour.
Variable-Rate Technology Resources
Use these previous Farm Journal stories to learn more about variable-rate technology.
Kip Tom Discusses Leaving a Legacy
Leave A Legacy Column: I Want To Be A Rancher
I am almost 12, and I want to be a rancher. How do I ask Dad and Grandpa what happens next?
Efficient irrigation helps maximize production
Optimum Spat, Know Your Nematodes and Weed Wisdom
Sulfur Slips Away
Clean air, higher yields strip sulfur
Changes Bring New Pests
Here's how to defeat pests as field conditions evolve
Tailgate Talk, Wilmer award winner
Katie Humphreys wins Wilmer Award, Memorial Day on the farm, U.S. dairy industry
USDA’s Vilsack Navigating Washington’s Political and Policy Waters
USDA''s Vilsack Navigatin Washington''s Political Waters, Rep. Frank Lucas'' Oklahoma Roots Are Strong, and Policy Briefs
Kubota utility vehicles, Westfield grain augers, Unverferth soil conditioners, John Deere 7030 Series Tractors, Branson tractors, Frontier hay tedders
Southern Switch, Midwest Questions
Soybeans and corn push cotton aside while the Corn Belt endures a cold, wet spring
This Magazine Is Made For You
We've created a series of charts and graphics to show you how every single magazine has been created just for you and your individual farm.
Watch for the Invasion
Our new series highlights the infestations headed to your field
Editor's Notebook and Production Journal
Our Next Crop At Corn College, A Nice Surprise, Keeping a Smile on Our Face Just Got Easier and Helping Agriculture Define Itself
Dairy Industry in Crisis
Cost-price squeeze worse than 1980s
An Herb Gone Wild
Garlic mustard has a choke hold on native forest plants
Piece Together The N Puzzle
Target efficiency with a solid foundation for variable-rate nitrogen
The search is on for herbicides with new modes of action
Winners Claim Prizes
Welding University awards three lucky farmers with hands-on training and the latest equipment
Moisture On Command
The right amount of moisture at the optimum times can lead to maximum crop yields
Shop Ages Gracefully
Farmer retools for a later stage in his career
Plenty to See in Paris
SIMA attracts an international crowd
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