Farm Journal: Early Spring 2010


Magazine Features

  • A Fierce Fungal Fight
    03/30/2010
    Soybean rust remains an invasive threat in the U.S.
  • A Few Real-Life Farm Kids
    03/30/2010
    Meet some up-and-coming farmers from around the country
  • New Kinds of Chemistry
    03/27/2010
    BASF''s pipeline for novel crop products looks promising
  • Crop Tech
    03/27/2010
    Nitrogen deficiency in hybrids.
  • Technology Journal
    03/27/2010
    Working toward ISO compatibility, TeeJet offers two solutions for sprayer control. For equipment that already has an AGCO, Case IH or John Deere virtual terminal, a kit is available that includes the IC18 ISOBUS Sprayer Electronic Control Unit, the BoomPilot automatic boom section control module, a switch box and all cables and connections.
  • Biofuels Update
    03/27/2010
    GM Calls for More Fueling Stations, Cleaner Rides to the Airport, Agenda for Cellulosic Ethanol
  • Truck Journal
    03/27/2010
    A look at what's new in trucks
  • Is $7,900 Per Acre a Steal?
    03/27/2010
    Auction falls short of expectations, prompting questions
  • Here we go again
    03/27/2010
    Climatologists predict cool, wet planting conditions are ahead. Hot, dry weather could follow.
  • Field Day at the Farm Show
    03/27/2010
    2010 World Ag Expo draws 100,000 farm show fans
  • Another Idiot Light
    03/27/2010
    New tire pressure monitoring systems will add convenience adnd complications
  • Buyer''s Market for Soybean Meal
    03/27/2010
    If livestock producers lock in purchases wisely, they should receive a price break for this protein supplement
  • Our Agronomists Deliver Answers
    03/27/2010
    Interactive tool allows you to submit questions from your field
  • $100 Ideas
    03/27/2010
    Tender Trailer with an Easy Step Up,Safety Is a Priority, Planter Box Carrier
  • On the Radar
    03/27/2010
    Commodity group leaders discuss top-of-mind items
  • One-of-a-Kind Welding Trip
    03/26/2010
    Contest expanded to give three ways to win prizes
  • Rural Brain Gain
    03/25/2010
    In a down economy, smart young folks may return to the farm or choose to never leave
  • Resistance on the Rise
    03/25/2010
    Diversity is the name of the game in today''s weed control

Web Extra


Columnists

  • Tools to Help Along the Way
    03/27/2010
    A family focused on taking constructive action will achieve succession planning success. To aid in the process each step of the way, you’ll find several helpful legacy tools at www.farmjournallegacyproject.com. Here’s a sampling of what’s available.

Test Plots

  • On the Defense
    03/27/2010
    Test plots focus on the planter pass to tackle pests

Corn Navigator

  • Insect Outlook
    03/27/2010
    The corn pests you need to be on point about this season