Hands and soil
10:29AM Jul 07, 2020

July Scouting: Dry Conditions, Insect and Nutrient Concerns

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

It seems like there is always something to scout in corn and soybeans, no matter what time of the year you hit the fields.

09:27AM Jul 07, 2020

Bayer Shares Fall After Judge Questions Part of Proposed Settlement

AgWeb Contributor

Bayer shares fell more 6% on Tuesday after a U.S. judge questioned part of the German company's proposed settlement to deal with future claims relating to allegations that Roundup caused

08:20AM Jul 07, 2020

A Skeptical Farmer’s Monster Message on Profitability

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Adam Chappell’s farming operation is transformed, and the 41-year-old grower doesn’t mince words: It was all about the money.

08:00AM Jul 03, 2020

4 Questions To Ask Before Switching From GMO to Conventional Crops

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

One of the greatest barriers to growing non-GMO corn or soybeans is often the risk—what if the yields aren’t as high as your experience with traited crops?

15:11PM Jul 02, 2020

With Acreage Surprise, What Will it Take to Get to $4 Corn?

USDA released a surprise drop to corn acres in its latest acreage report. Now with all eyes on the weather forecast, what will it take to push corn prices closer

15:07PM Jul 02, 2020

Watch for ‘An Early Low’ With Corn Prices

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

“We know even with continuing rainfall that heat during grain fill and pod set really is an issue and can be a yield robber," says Nellinger.

14:14PM Jul 02, 2020

3 Scouting Tips to Stay Ahead of Tar Spot

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Tar Spot has been lurking in Midwest fields since 2015—and possibly even earlier by escaping detection. In five years, it has spread to eight states and decimated yield potential in