U.S. Farm Report
Every word in this issue is aimed at helping you get the most from the crop now in the ground.
Wet spring should turn into an agreeable summer, but forecasters are watching jet stream
Auxin herbicides are devastating to sensitive crops—know your risk
Normally we learn more about a crop as late spring turns to summer. This year, the outlook will likely be less clear, which makes flexibility all the more important.
Is it dicamba, another herbicide or disease?
The grain and livestock markets capitulated and headed lower this week, though it’s unclear whether this is the start of a new trend or the culmination of a sell-off before USDA’s June 30 acreage report.
Secrecy is farming’s seductive mistress, but concealing production tips isn’t a formula for long-term success, according to some top-yielding producers.
Designating one person to keep an eye on crop conditions can pay big dividends