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

13:00PM Jan 24, 2020

Could Poor Quality Corn Hinder Exports to China?

The U.S. may have plenty of corn to export, but that doesn't mean the quality is good. U.S. Farm Report analysts dig into the low-quality corn situation, and if it

05:24AM Jan 23, 2020

Perfect Planter? AGCO Uses Blank Canvas to Paint New Planter Design

AGCO unveiled its first ever Fendt branded planter for this week. With a new toolbar concept and packed with Precision Planting technology, the company says the planter could change the

11:44AM Jan 22, 2020

5 Things You Should Know Before Planting Niche Crops

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Is it time to test-drive a niche crop? There’s risk, but the rewards could be high. Don’t be afraid to try something new, but don’t let the excitement of a

09:13AM Jan 22, 2020

What Planting Mistake in 2019 Cost Farmers $250 Per Acre?

Tyne Morgan
AgWeb Contributor

Certain planting decisions in 2019 were extremely costly. From planting date to planting depth, one agronomist says certain planting decisions can cost producers more than $200 per acre.

08:03AM Jan 21, 2020

The Great Shame: Mississippi Delta 2019 Flood of Hell and High Water

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

In one of the most heavily ignored and needless catastrophes in recent U.S. history, 548,000 acres of the Mississippi Delta were silently swallowed in 2019 and submerged for five months.