A coordinated approach is your best defense against weeds, diseases and insects
America’s favorite gourd takes the spotlight this week, mostly carved into Jack O’ Lantern form.
That patch of woods on the back of your property could increase your land’s revenue this year. Not only does high-quality timber garner attractive prices, woodland management also increases the
“You invest a lot of time studying inputs like seed and chemicals, but sometimes not in drying and storage,” says Kenneth Hellevang, North Dakota State Extension agricultural engineer and professor
The world may produce the least wine this year in half a century,
Wheat planting is starting to wrap up for many farmers. On Farm Journal College TV, agronomist Phil Needham discusses one of the most common viruses in winter wheat production, barley
The value of zone management goes beyond cutting input costs; it also allows farmers to effectively focus inputs and attention. If you don’t have background information on a field, then