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Test Plots: Push the Limit
What does it take to push fields to the highest yield level? For the past three years, Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer set out to answer that question.
Keep Corn Happy
The Systems Approach can help you make it happen.
Shop on Social for Free
Use Facebook and Twitter to move used equipment.
A new console for entry-level guidance; know payload, no scale; connect your mixed fleet; and a tech preview of a multi-hybrid metering system.
Wheat Versus Winterkill
What factors could be detrimental for exposed plants?
New insecticide available, breakthrough in scab resistance and a USDA wheat report.
Editor’s Notebook: Words of Wisdom For All of Us in Ag
It’s winter meeting season, and I just spent a week at our Top Producer conferences in Chicago. I was wishing that everyone in ag could hear the words of wisdom being shared.
Shareholders Vote Down GMO Labeling Proposal
Monsanto Company shareholders recently voted down a proposal that would have required the company to provide a report related to the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering.
Welding University Winners
Three grand-prize winners of a drawing sponsored by Miller Electric Manufacturing Company and Farm Journal will receive hands-on welding training from Miller’s experts at its headquarters in Appleton, Wis.
A new diesel-model RTV from Kubota; a spacious seed carrier from Killbros; and a high-clearance, self-propelled sprayer from Hagie.
In addition to serving as leaders of the free world, several U.S. presidents held jobs as farmers first.
A biological nematicide; a new Bt trait technology; a premix fungicide for corn, beans and wheat; and a broad-spectrum PGR.
$100 Ideas: Plow Edge for Uneven Surfaces
Share your unpublished ideas and join our $100 Ideas Club.
Rein In Road Lope
Technology and tire tuneups can cut machine bounce.
A Tale of Two Regions
As the 2014 growing season approaches, different U.S. regions are facing starkly different water outlooks.
Farmers can educate themselves on microirrigation practices with a 200-page publication from USDA’s National Resources Conservation Service.
Leave a Legacy: How to Grow Into a Leader
Actions always speak louder than words, and leaders must make sure their actions reinforce the behavior, attitudes and aptitudes they want others to follow.
It's a Matter of Context
Given current market conditions, it’s easy to see why so many folks assume used values must be falling. But let's make sure we're putting the facts in context.
In the Shop: Hot Torch Tips
Used correctly, a torch is a precision tool with multiple uses.
Offset Emotional Marketing
It’s important to decide how you’re going to handle this year's challenges before they occur.
Legal Ease: Drones and the Law
Much talk has circulated about the growing role that unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones, will have on our daily lives in the future.
John's World: My $B Idea -- Antisocial Media
It’s just those kinds of damaging blurts my websites would prevent. I’m calling it “antisocial media”—Internet pseudo-intimacy.
4-H in Kenya
A strong school lunch program and education offers hope for the future.
Soybean Cyst Showdown
Do your best to stop this pest.
Diagnose herbicide damage, or prevent it in the first place.
Explore the Future on the Farm
Interactive site previews agriculture in 2025.
Insure for the Unexpected
Make sure your insurance coverage protects your farm.
Calibrate your planter, control volunteer corn and get a good soil test.
Slow Iron Sales
Approximately 40% of farmers don’t expect to purchase machinery this year.
To Cut or Not to Cut
How to match break-even costs to the new crop price reality.
Pick Up the Pace
More soybean seed trait-herbicide systems are on the way.
Use these digital tools for high-tech forecasting.
RCIS announces new partnership with precision ag.
20 Years of Precision
Illinois farmer walks through tech advancements.
Updated row units provide the foundation for John Deere’s high-speed planter that performs at 10 mph.
Buckle Up for the Ride
Today's market dynamics are triggering a fundamental shift to incorporate private products beyond what the Federal Crop Insurance Program has to offer.
The Fourth Building Block
Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium get all of the publicity, but if there was an Academy Award for crop nutrients, sulfur would win best supporting actor.
Tools of the Trade
A Date to Deliberate
Early planting has its benefits, but be sure to weigh your options before heading to the field.
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