00:57AM Jun 05, 2015

Steady Rainfalls May Be Behind Drop in Aphid Infestations

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor

Researchers suspect steady rains and other factors may be responsible for a drop in a tiny bug's infestation of a grain crop so far this year.

12:03PM Jun 03, 2015

Farmers Expected to Plant Fewer Rice Acres This Year

Fran Howard
Contributing Writer

U.S. rice acres will be down substantially from last year as the nation’s rice producers battle weather extremes—drought in California and flooding elsewhere.

15:06PM May 23, 2015

Like Rice? Need Money for College? Here's a Scholarship to Consider

News Release
AgWeb Contributor

Three scholarships worth a total of $8,500 are available to students who live in Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri or Texas, and who promote National Rice Month and the rice

12:01PM May 21, 2015

Planting Problems Arise for Canadian Canola Farmers

Wire Service

A dry spell in Canada is affecting canola planting and may result in lower production for the second year in a row.

19:05PM May 15, 2015

U.S. Rice Industry Faces Overseas Competition

Compared to corn and soybeans, rice gets relatively little attention in the United States.

16:08PM May 12, 2015

WASDE: Rice Ending Stocks Face an 11% Increase Editors
AgWeb Contributor

2015/16 ending stocks are projected at 47.4 million cwt. Beginning stocks for 2015/16 are forecast at 42.9 million cwt.

11:07AM May 11, 2015

Canadian Farmers Race to Seed Crops Boosted by Warm Weather

Wire Service

Warm, dry weather has allowed farmers to get an early jump on the planting season across the prairie provinces of Canada, the world’s top canola grower and second-largest wheat exporter,