Farm Journal: March 2010


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Columnists


I Built the Best

  • Award-Winning Shop
    03/15/2010
    Pay a visit to the winner of the shops category in Farm Journal’s “I Built the Best” Contest
  • No-Climb Refills
    03/12/2010
    Bruce Bishop says filling from the ground is quicker

Corn Navigator

  • What A Mess!
    03/11/2010
    How to grow the best crop under hostile conditions and nurse soil back to health

Magazine Features

  • 27 Acres to Explore
    03/15/2010
    National Farm Machinery Show impresses crowds with size and diversity in equipment, technologies and products
  • A (Red) Mean, Green Machine
    03/15/2010
    A passion for biofuel and bioproducts helped this Oklahoma farmer set a new Bonneville land-speed record
  • A New Look Southward
    03/15/2010
    Pioneer Hi-Bred’s Southern corn and soybean research could have national implications
  • New Products
    03/15/2010
    Scale-Tec introduces a scale kit option for CCS seed delivery systems on Case IH 1250 and 1260 planters. With the kit farmers can use bulk seed, evenly fill both hoppers, track seed inventory at night, measure seed needs per field and go to the next field without emptying hoppers.
  • Ready for Safe Travel
    03/15/2010
    Tie-downs are as strong as their weakest strap or link
  • Determined to Save Water
    03/13/2010
    Irrigation foundation is a technology testing ground
  • Public Policy Gone Wrong
    03/12/2010
    Endangered Species Act gets the blame for California’s agriculture water woes
  • Biofuels Update
    03/12/2010
    Biomass Incentives Intended to Lure Farmers, Biofuel From Algae
  • $100 Ideas
    03/12/2010
    Dual-Purpose Plier, Bean Saver, Self-Propelled Bale Wrapper
  • Machinery Journal
    03/12/2010
    John Deere 23-row Nutrient Applicator, Versatile SX275 Sprayer, Gehl V270 Skid Loader, Rhino TS12 Stealth Mower
  • Wheat Journal
    03/12/2010
    A survey commissioned by U.S. Wheat Associates shows that wheat promotions are paying off. From 2000 to 2007, U.S. wheat growers invested an average of $10 million per year to promote wheat products overseas. For every dollar invested, growers received $23 back in increased net revenue, the analysis says.
  • Crop Tech
    03/12/2010
    Where did all of the European corn borers go? The "late-night-driving-down-country-lanes windshield moth test” should have been a clue that something was up.
  • Wetter, Cooler Summers
    03/12/2010
    This research shows you may have yourself to thank
  • One-Acre Donation
    03/12/2010
    World Soy Foundation issues the Acre Challenge to soybean producers
  • Upstream Heroes
    03/11/2010
  • Double Take on Twins
    03/11/2010
    Seed companies put twin-row corn to the test
  • Off to a strong start
    03/11/2010
    Timing and placement are key for starter fertilizer
  • The Road Map to Succession
    03/11/2010
    The Dells chart a path for the family farm.s future.
  • Small River, Big Changes
    03/11/2010
    The Republican River surges with controversy
  • Tech Journal
    03/11/2010
  • From the Field
    03/11/2010
    Nitrogen Lessons