According to USDA’s Crop Progress report, Indiana corn planting is slightly ahead of the five-year average while soybean planting is on par. However, not every area in the state is ready for plant 2017.
Waterhemp has piled on genetic muscle and built documented resistance to herbicides from six separate site of action groups in Illinois. Yet, even more alarming are the consequences of stacked resistance in waterhemp. Once resistance begins stacking, what’s the snowball effect of a weed juggernaut?
On each herbicide label, companies specify active ingredients and sites of action alike. Note, each herbicide active ingredient falls into a specific site of action and the two are not the same classification and should not be treated as such.
Corn, soybean planting begins in South Dakota
Farmers test out-of-the-box techniques to add soybean bushels and profits
After a “disappointing” week last week, Dan Huber of the Huber Report and Kevin Duling of KD investors are looking ahead.
As farmers prepare for the first year of over-the-top dicamba application, questions cloud the horizon.
U.S. farmers are off to a slow start on corn plantings and even though it is still very early in the 2017 season, the numbers may already imply that total corn acres could be less than the 89.996 million that the market currently expects.
Soybean demand has been strong, keeping a floor under prices.