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.

07:59AM Jul 15, 2020

Officials remove Medfly quarantine in California County

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has removed a Mediterranean fruit fly quarantine in San Bernardino County, Calif.

07:15AM Jul 15, 2020

Exclusive: Helm To Introduce First New PPO Herbicide In A Decade

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

A non-selective herbicide for the preplant burndown and desiccation segments, Reviton will be one of the first new PPO herbicide to be introduced in the U.S. in more than a

22:20PM Jul 14, 2020

A Recap of Market Movement

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The largest daily corn sales to China and the fourth largest sales to any destination was announced Tuesday morning. USDA said daily corn sales totaling roughly 1.762 million metric tons

18:37PM Jul 14, 2020

Lee Brice to Headline #FarmON Concert

AgWeb Editors
AgWeb Contributor

Farm Journal announces Grammy-nominated and ACM Award-winning country artist Lee Brice to headline the #FarmON Benefit Concert.

16:24PM Jul 14, 2020

Consequences of Drought and Heat Stress in Corn

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Drought, hail, high winds—you name it and farmers are enduring it. Corn is being inundated with challenges from Mother Nature, here’s what you need to know and how you can

14:44PM Jul 14, 2020

Scattered Showers Possible for Eastern Corn Belt

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

There’s a low pressure moving to the Eastern Corn Belt. AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman says the front may give the area some much needed rain.