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AgWeb Crop Comments span all of farm country
Data Hitchhikes on Hay Bales, Straight Out of the Box, Another Signal from the Stars
Tailgate Talk, AgConnect Expo, 2009 crop insurance enrollment
Visit us in Orlando during AgConnect Expo, What A Day: Uphill Battles; Stat Rack: Acre enrollment numbers for 2009
The Dirt on Worms
Surprise! Our worm friends can also be exotic invaders.
One Billion Hungry
Agriculture needs technology to meet food shortage.
Up Instead of Down
Grain price crash could boost cotton acreage a bit.
Biofuels Develop a Taste for Sugar Beets, More Ethanol Hurts Water
Air Hose Organizer, Keep Gates Open on Windy Days, Three-Point Post Puller
Art's Way portable grain augers, AGCO Sunflower 7600 series strip-till, Titan III Fertilizer Tank, Yamaha ATVs
Despite the availability of additional time to analyze the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program for 2009, preliminary sign-up results show that less than 8% of farms are enrolled in the program, according to USDA's Farm Service Agency.
There's finally a herbicide name that actually fits its use. Prequel, a new DuPont herbicide for corn, jump-starts the growing season. Containing the active ingredients rimsulfuron and isoxa-flutole, it's been tested as a burndown and a residual grass and broadleaf herbicide applied pre-emergence in front of conventional and herbicide-tolerant corn hybrids.
Ag interests were not uniformly pleased with the House version of climate-change legislation—and the initial offering from the Senate (S. 1733) didn't help matters much.
2009 Agritechnica Coverage
View complete coverage of the 2009 Agritechnica.
Farm Machinery''s Family Tree
Track farm machinery’s family tree.
Watch a Machinery Minute segment to see how new sprayer options can save you time.
Helpful sources of water management information.
Helpful Soybean Management Resources
Use these links to find more information.
SmartStax Rolls Off Production Line
See some of the first bags of DeKalb Brand Genuity SmartStax corn roll off the production line.
Nitrogen and Carbon Resources
Learn more about the carbon penalty you have to prepare to pay with corn.
Invasive, Non-Native Earthworms
Learn more about invasive, non-native worms.
Find and Manage Soil Compaction
Learn more about finding and managing soil compaction.
Ready for Succession Self-Assessment Tool
Use this tool to determine if you are ready for succession.
How to Know When It's Time
Your questions about succession answered
The Other Blue Meat
As American taste buds grow more adventurous, innovative producers are responding to the demand for new and unusual, even unwholesome, products to satisfy this craving.
Feeling the Wet Fall
The extremely wet September and October has led to one of the slowest grain harvests on record.
What This Fall Means to Spring
On the way into town this morning, my youngest, Elizabeth, proclaimed that the ruts cut in a newly harvested field we were driving by would be great in a game of hide-and-seek.
Tap Hybrid N Efficiency
Three-year plot concludes with management insights
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