14:28PM Jul 15, 2020

Wheat Is Market Story but Analysts Still Watch for Soybean Buys

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

During Wednesday, Grain markets turned mostly positive with wheat up double-digits on rumors China purchased two cargoes.

08:57AM Jul 15, 2020

Corn, Soybeans Take A Hit from Heat but Not Blueberries

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Stover's Farm Market and U-Pic is running in Berrien Springs, Mich. Customers are coming to buy and pick as Stover says the blueberry crop is a good one this year.

09:29AM Jul 13, 2020

John Phipps: Why Iron May be the Best Weed Fighting Tool Available

As weed escapes seem to become more prevalent, and the debate over herbicides continues to run rampant, John Phipps thinks the best weed fighting tool may come in the form

10:29AM Jul 10, 2020

Pro Farmer Crop Tour Will Continue With Some Changes

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This year will mark 28 years Pro Farmer has completed its annual Crop Tour—an event where scouts from around the Midwest take in-field estimates to determine yield and crop conditions

12:00PM Jul 08, 2020

3 Reasons Iowa Farmers are Seeing More Dicamba Damage

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Manufacturers are seeking 2021 registration, meanwhile off-target damage is reaching high levels. According to experts, Iowa is seeing the most extensive damage since the 1960s when the herbicide was first

08:04AM Jul 08, 2020

What are Top Farmer Priorities When Buying Seed?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

What considerations weigh heaviest for farmers when buying seed? Three growers offer perspective from Illinois, Indiana and Mississippi.

09:27AM Jul 07, 2020

Bayer Shares Fall After Judge Questions Part of Proposed Settlement

AgWeb Contributor

Bayer shares fell more 6% on Tuesday after a U.S. judge questioned part of the German company's proposed settlement to deal with future claims relating to allegations that Roundup caused