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LATEST NEWS FROM Harvest

Combining for Curtis
10:05AM Oct 19, 2019

"Combining for Curtis": A Harvest Full of Heart

As a Missouri farmer is in for a fight of his life, a local ag retailer went to work, deciding to travel to farms, pick up grain from any farmer
15:17PM Oct 18, 2019

Harvest 2019: How are Organic Crops?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Wet spring weather conditions wreaked havoc on not only traditional corn and soybean acres, but their organic counterparts as well.
Boots in Field
14:29PM Oct 17, 2019

Ferrie: Why You Need To Harvest Green Corn Now

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
Preserve yield results with this plan.
15:51PM Oct 16, 2019

I-80 Harvest Tour Nebraska: Fields Still Underwater

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Nebraska farmers are trying to harvest after being flooded multiple times this year. Despite that, USDA says the average corn and soybean yields for the state are higher than the
12:08PM Oct 16, 2019

Seed Supplies on Track, Quality Still Somewhat Unknown

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
After a tumultuous 2019 season, all eyes are on seed companies to learn what to expect. The 2019 seed supply was weak for soybeans as a result of a challenging
12:46PM Oct 15, 2019

There’s a Little Mystery to This Year’s Late Planted Corn

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
It’s more than just the calendar delaying the corn’s maturity, something is making it take more growing degree days (GDDs) than even the maturity rating indicates.
15:46PM Oct 14, 2019

Video: Potato Harvest Goes Viral After Farmer Receives Help

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Idaho farmers scrambled to get their crops harvested as freezing temperatures and a snowstorm moved into the area. One farmer in Eastern Idaho received some helping hands. The story is