New options abound, but the fundamentals haven’t changed
For the past several years, sorghum research has trailed that of corn and soybeans, but that could soon change.
Two countries reach agreement on final protocol, USDA says.
Many cotton growers are hoping an economic incentive put in place under the Obama administration will get new life in the Trump administration.
Scientists with the University of Maine say they have developed a new tool to allow blueberry growers to get a handle on how many bees they can expect to see around their fields.
The investment will help Plenty expand around the world.
Letter says $300 million ginners program should be permanent.
Tennessee is the latest state to limit use of dicamba pesticide from Monsanto Co. This marks the fourth state to halt its use over claims of lost crops due to drift.
Farmers in Missouri can again purchase and use new dicamba formulations over-the-top use in soybeans and cotton—with a few additional requirements.
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One of the contributing factors to our alfalfa stand losses is a root rot called Aphanomyces race 2. The prolonged wet conditions allowed this root disease to finish off already-weakened alfalfa crowns.
In the early 1900s, cotton was king around Enterprise, Ala., and much of the southern U.S. But a silent southern invasion was just beginning.
Microscopic organisms can make or break your crop
After several days of rain in recent weeks the majority of corn growing states are officially drought free—and in some cases looking more like lakes than fields. For young corn seedlings, continued pounding rain could compound pest problems and even lead to replant.
Before the last week or so, planting was rolling along and emergence was on its way, but it’s been a less than ideal planting season for many pockets of the Midwest.
John Duarte faces millions of dollars in fines for breaching the Clean Water Act by plowing 450 acres of farmland. If Duarte ultimately loses in court, his fall will affect the property rights of landowners and farmers across the U.S.
Helping grow their digital farming footprint, BASF recently acquired ZedX, digital agriculture intelligence developer of Pennsylvania. ZedX focuses on developing agronomic weather, crop and pest models to provide insight for agricultural production.
Randy Dowdy says he’ll face major yield loss from natural gas pipeline project
A ‘new agricultural revolution’ is brewing, and farmers are in the center of it.
One of the natural consequences of a weaker farm economy is the trickle-down effect on input suppliers
Do your part to keep this technology effective
While biological seed treatments are as popular as ever, questions still abound.
Variety selection can play a huge role in yield and premiums
Here are 5 things you should know.
Input prices have dropped in recent years with small changes in seed.
Monday Syngenta announced it received Chinese approval for Duracade corn grain and processing co-products for food and feed use. The product received approval from USDA and EPA in 2013.
Gov. Doug Burgum has further relaxed commercial driving restrictions to help drought-stricken North Dakota farmers and ranchers.
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