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Sep 19, 2019

Colorado Hemp Field Day Dives Deep Into CBD, Oct. 5

Producer Brandon Lebsock is opening the agronomic door on 4,000 acres of CBD hemp in 2019, with an Oct. 5 field day in northeast Colorado’s Logan County.
Sep 17, 2019

NALC Hemp Webinar Covers Regulations and Hurdles, Sept. 18

The “Industrial Hemp Regulation under the 2018 Farm Bill,” webinar will take place Sept. 18, from Noon to 1 p.m. EST (11 a.m. to Noon CST).
Sep 06, 2019

Licensed Hemp Acreage Leaps, Quadruples Over 2018

Licensed hemp jumped to 511,442 acres in 2019, a fourfold increase over licensed acres in 2018.
Jul 02, 2019

Tick-related Disease Issues Continue to Mount

Tick prevention requires protection and awareness, and a new chemical formulation repels ticks for 12-14 hours.
May 21, 2019

Rural Populations Shrinking with a Whimper

The number of Americans living in rural counties is diminishing and stark numbers tell the story.
No-till soybeans
Mar 12, 2019

Study Shows Yield Increase with No-Till and Strip-Till

A new study shows no-till and strip-till can increase yields.
Jan 24, 2019

Virginia Farmer To Lead USDA’s Conservation Division

The newly named chief conservationist of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, Matthew Lohr, is a fifth-generation Virginia farmer committed to creating opportunities for U.S. farmers, ranchers and growers.
Farm Bill
Dec 11, 2018

The 2018 Farm Bill: What You Need to Know

Highlights of the Commodity Title of the 2018 farm bill
Boots in Field
Nov 20, 2018

Ferrie: Building Corn Yield With Plant Populations and Row Widths

High-population corn planted in narrow rows is perking a lot of farmers’ ears these days. But regardless of whether you go with narrow rows or stay with wide rows, hybrid selection is still paramount.