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Farm Journal: March 2009


Magazine Features

  • Better Luck This Year
    03/14/2009
    10 lessons learned from the 2008 growing season
  • Peanut Predicament
    03/14/2009
    Salmonella problem hits when stocks are plentiful
  • $100 Ideas
    03/14/2009
    It's a Cinch, No More Fighting the Flighting, Tend to the Battery On Your Seed Tender
  • Production Journal
    03/14/2009
    Time for our next crop, USDA''s acreage predictions, and Welding University Winners!
  • Wheat Journal
    03/14/2009
    Latest advancements in the wheat realm
  • Technology Journal
    03/14/2009
    Trimble Upgrades and Adds Functionalities
  • Policy Journal
    03/14/2009
    Farm Program Changes Rile Farmers
  • New Products
    03/14/2009
    Power tillage equipment
  • Tailgate Talk, AgDay and USFR on RFD-TV
    03/14/2009
    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
    03/14/2009
    A quick look at the changing face of the American farm.
  • Rust Battle Plan
    03/14/2009
    USDA launches plan to protect against Ug99.
  • What Does the Doha Round Mean to You?
    03/14/2009
    Guest commentor Jeff Newtson discusses the Doha Round negotiations.
  • Control Issues
    03/14/2009
    Learn the new management system for LibertyLink soybeans.
  • Planting, Loadout Ideas
    03/14/2009
    Farmer ingenuity simplifies repetitive jobs.
  • People Dig It
    03/14/2009
    Museum visitors are enthralled by soil exhibit.
  • Accidents Waiting to Happen
    03/14/2009
    Inspecting your polyethylene storage and transport tanks can prevent catastrophic spills during your busiest seasons.
  • Shop and Storage Fits the Farm
    03/14/2009
    The highlights of the shop built by Gary Freeburg near Gayville, S.D., go on and on.
  • Water Fight
    03/14/2009
    Biofuel crops battle for water resources.
  • The Right Ratios
    03/14/2009
    Machinery Doc discusses tractor engine configurations.
  • Trash into Treasures
    03/14/2009
    Nothing goes to waste around Brian Andrews' shop.
  • Fly-Free Zone
    03/14/2009
    An age-old wheat pest is showing up again in fields.
  • Pencil It Out
    03/14/2009
    Analyze the payback for foliar fungicide on soybeans.
  • More Surprises
    03/14/2009
    Top Producer Seminar speakers address risk factors for farmers.
  • Next Level
    03/14/2009
    Truck programmers can rev power and performance.
  • Not Your Father's USDA
    03/14/2009
    Tom Vilsack brings change to the USDA as the new Secretary of Agriculture.
  • Crop Tech
    03/14/2009
    Burndown Bonus, A PAT Answer to Test-Driving New Hybrids and Varieties.
  • Crop Tech
    03/14/2009
    EPA Agrees: Plant Health Claim is Official, Sticks to the Ribs.
  • Crop Tech
    03/14/2009
    Set your mark for corn yields, Volatile Times in the fertilizer industry.
  • Conservation Now
    03/14/2009
    Wetlands Filter Out Nutrients, Pheasants Forever Will Preserve a Kansas Farm.
  • Interest in Irrigation Increases
    03/14/2009
    Interest in Irrigation Increases, Irrigation Products Under One Umbrella.
  • Machinery Journal
    03/14/2009
    Machinery's Main Stage, Case IH Steers Planter Trend, Downspout Design, Ag Leader Unveils Planter Clutch.
  • Biofuels Update
    02/26/2009
    Tastes Like Chicken, Ethanol Industry Shifts Sideways, Scientists Support Biodiesel.

Web Extra

  • Online Diesease Resources
    03/17/2009
    Use these resources to help combat diseases in your fields.
  • Consider Compaction this Spring
    03/16/2009
    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.

Columnists


Cotton Navigator


Test Plots

  • A Good Start
    03/14/2009
    Field tests evaluate planter down pressure and row spacings.

Corn Navigator

  • Beat Back Disease
    03/14/2009
    Prior planning leads to more efficient scouting, which puts more corn in your bin.
March 2009 Issue
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