LATEST NEWS FROM CROPS

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10:29AM May 29, 2020

Bayer ‘Makes Progress’ in Glyphosate Settlement Discussions

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Recent reports from Fortune magazine state plaintiff attorneys received a verbal agreement from Bayer for a $10 billion settlement for 85,000 lawsuits in relation to glyphosate.

15:51PM May 28, 2020

Getting Started With Data: How To Make The Digital Dive

AgWeb Guest Editor
AgWeb Contributor

Here are five easy steps to harness the data from your farm and making it worth your time and effort to collect and analyze.

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12:11PM May 28, 2020

Make Rain Delays Productive Days

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Over the past week most of the U.S. experienced some, if not significant, rainfall. For farmers, it could mean planters are parked and all they can do is play the

16:49PM May 27, 2020

Technology Enables Smarter, Faster and More Adaptive Planting

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Whether it’s replant from frost, delayed planting from rainfall or other conditions that make fields less than fit to plant, farmers have to fight to get the season started right.

11:32AM May 27, 2020

Bring Soil Back to Life and Save Input Dollars

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

If you could improve your soil health and increase your profit at the end of the season, would you do it? Kind of a no brainer, right?

15:49PM May 26, 2020

Planting Nearly Complete on a Good-Looking 2020 Corn Crop

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

U.S. corn planting is in the homestretch. As of May 24, 88% of the U.S. corn crop has been planted.

14:00PM May 22, 2020

4 Things to Scout in Soybeans

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

As seed hits the soil and cold temperatures linger, farmers might be wondering what this means for seed emergence.