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15:15PM Aug 09, 2019

Behind Closed Doors: A Look At USDA’s Lock Up Area

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben has an exclusive look at what that lock-up looks like in Washington D.C. behind closed doors. She talks with Lance Honig, the Chief of Crops
11:12AM Jul 26, 2019

Cotton, Soybeans Heavily Influenced MFP 2019 Payment Rates

MFP payments range from $15 to $150 per acre, largely depending on the county in which you live. The Southern tier of states will see the biggest payments, but Jim
13:42PM Jul 15, 2019

Tailgate Talk - Summer 2019

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Take a look at the global adoption of Bt corn, cotton and soybeans in countries where the biotech crops are grown on more than 2,400 acres.
10:20AM Jul 12, 2019

Storm Delivers Latest Blow to Farm Economy as Elevators Shut

Wire Service
America’s agricultural economy is bracing for yet another hit as Tropical Storm Barry barrels toward Louisiana, with grain elevators, cotton fields and cane crops in its projected path.
09:57AM Jul 10, 2019

Corn Earworm Puts Cotton Growers in a Tricky Position

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Corn earworm, known better to cotton farmers as cotton bollworm, can quickly decimate a cotton field. The pests’ repeat exposure to common Bt proteins leads to faster resistance and more
13:50PM Jul 08, 2019

Insect Resistant Crops Hit One Billion Acres Globally

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Bt, Bacillus thuringensis, crops are used around the world in corn, cotton, soybean and eggplant. More than 20 nations have at least 2,471 acres of the genetically modified crops.
21:36PM Jun 28, 2019

More Second Guessing

Alan Brugler
AgWeb Contributor
Market Watch with Alan Brugler June 28, 2019 More Second Guessing Last week’s column was titled “Second Guessing” and the theme was that grain markets were debating whether prices had ...