With the C650 Air Cart, John Deere will expand its lineup of air-seeding equipment for small grains producers and custom farmers. The new air seeder can be ordered as a
According to the National Weather Service, farmers in the Midwest and eastern U.S. can expect above-normal precipitation in March, April and May. The Southwest and West are expected to see
Help your crop get off to the best start possible by managing for risk early. Because more wet conditions are likely, understand how that interacts with risk of diseases and
For some farmers, excess moisture led to depleted nutrients, which might mean you need to take a closer look at your nutrient mix in 2020.
The root zone moisture map shows a soggier scenario that what farmers saw heading into spring 2019. Mike Hoffman isn't confident that wet weather pattern continues.
When you look at the cotton markets, it’s not a surprise the price isn’t profitable at the moment. That’s why Ashley Arrington, founder of AgriAuthority believes cotton acres will decrease
Weed management isn’t necessarily tougher than with normal planting — but it is different