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Farm Journal: September 2010


Magazine Features

  • Urban and rural areas align in conservation efforts
    09/09/2010
    Urban and rural areas align in conservation efforts
  • The Track to Tier 4
    09/09/2010
    Engine manufacturers plan to meet emissions standard
  • Waterhemp Turns Stubborn
    09/08/2010
    The first documented case of resistance to postemergence HPPD-inhibitor herbicides has been confirmed in a waterhemp population in central Illinois.
  • Family Business Evolution
    09/08/2010
    The Dell family takes more steps to secure its future.
  • More Crop Per Drop
    09/08/2010
    New drought-tolerant corn hybrids headed to market in 2011.
  • Machinery Milestone
    09/08/2010
    John Deere Harvester Works rolls out 500,000th combine.
  • With the Future in Mind
    09/08/2010
    The light, sandy soils Leon Knirk farms near the small south-central Michigan town of Quincy are a far cry from the luscious green fairways he played as a professional golfer less than a decade ago.
  • Combine on Point
    09/08/2010
    To keep your combine on target, you can choose between GPS-based auto-steering that tells you where the corn row should be and mechanical row-feeling systems that tell you where it actually is.
  • $100 Ideas
    09/08/2010
    $100 Ideas - Mower shield, front-mount baler guard, and corral gate wagon.
  • Day in Court
    09/08/2010
    A visit to Washington, D.C., for the GMO alfalfa case.
  • Closing the Hunger Gap
    09/08/2010
    Global Harvest Initiative examines dozens of options.
  • Debt Sentence
    09/08/2010
    U.S. debt to reach 90% of total economy.

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  • Corn Navigator
    09/09/2010
    Start harvest based on weather forecasts, then manage stored grain all winter long

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