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Hands and soil
14:15PM Nov 26, 2019

Conservation Ag’s Next Chapter

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor

Collaboration will encourage sustainable, profitable practices

14:00PM Nov 26, 2019

Farmer Roundup: What agronomic change are you considering for 2020?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Based on 2019, what agronomic change are you considering for next year?

Bob Recker
13:29PM Nov 26, 2019

Corn Maverick: Cracking the Code of 60" Rows

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

More room harvests more sunlight — and potentially bushels

12:16PM Nov 26, 2019

5 Farmers Champion Conservation, Featured In Video Series

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

Want to learn more about how conservation can be a good fit on your farm? Then tune into AgDay TV interviews that are featuring five conservation-minded farmers this fall from

10:00AM Nov 26, 2019

What’s Your State’s Favorite Thanksgiving Dessert?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

While the turkey makes the greatest sacrifice on Thanksgiving Day, the cooks hard at work in the kitchen for hours aren’t far behind. Take time in the days ahead of

08:54AM Nov 26, 2019

Why 2019’s Crop Burned the ‘Prove It’ Market

2019 proved no matter what obstacles Mother Nature throws at farmers, a bountiful crop is possible. Analysts say that could make it difficult for the market to produce a weather

20:35PM Nov 25, 2019

John Phipps: The War on Midwest's Biggest Crop Enemy

Reflecting back on 2019, John Phipps weed escapes were common, and could turn into a a major headache in 2020... and one particular weed could become Crop Enemy number one.