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Cover Crop
13:45PM Jan 28, 2020

New to Cover Crops? Make Sure You Terminate Them In Time

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Farmers took PP on 20 million acres. This unprecedented event had farmers looking for solutions, something to offset erosion, suppress weeds and stop fallow field syndrome. For many that meant

16:14PM Jan 27, 2020

Biodiesel Plant Reopens

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor

An Iowa biodiesel plant is reopening after it shut down late last year.

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14:16PM Jan 27, 2020

Want To Grow Hemp? Begin At The End.

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

There are seven important factors to consider.

09:14AM Jan 27, 2020

Farmers, Consumers Lose $15 billion to Food Waste

Madeline McGarry
AgWeb Contributor

With the global epidemic of food waste, valuable on-farm inputs are thrown out along with the food. For example,19% of all fertilizer is lost to food waste in the United

16:15PM Jan 24, 2020

Dow Jones: Bayer May Settle Roundup Lawsuit for $10 Billion

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

As Bayer continues its mitigation to reach a settlement, Dow Jones is reporting the company could settle its glyphosate (Roundup) legal cases for a sum around $10 billion.

14:02PM Jan 24, 2020

What If U.S. Farmers Plant 95 Million Acres of Corn in 2020?

As the market starts to transition its focus to 2020 production, U.S. farmers may be poised to plant 95 million acres of corn. What would that mean for the markets

16:26PM Jan 23, 2020

Strawberry Released on Market with Longer Shelf Life

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

You're looking at a new strawberry variety released by the USDA. It says it has been shown to have a significantly longer shelf life than several other popular varieties.