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10:54AM Mar 27, 2020

Stimulus bill expected to provide industry relief

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

Congress and the Trump administration are sending $2 trillion in cash to help a U.S. economy that has been staggered by the coronavirus COVID-19 since mid-March, and the produce industry

09:35AM Mar 26, 2020

1 Million Acres in California Could Be Fallow Due to Water Rule

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

California growers, who have faced water and drought problems in the past, say there’s a bigger scare ahead of them, which could potentially jeopardize production and leave more than 1

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22:56PM Mar 23, 2020

Will Immigrant Ag Workers Be Allowed in the U.S.?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The Department of Homeland Security assures there won’t be trade interruptions with Mexico — posting on social media that essential commercial activity will not be impacted.

15:58PM Mar 17, 2020

Is a Recession Upon Us?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Some economists say the probability of a recession has increased dramatically in the last three to four weeks.

10:30AM Mar 17, 2020

John Phipps: The Perils and Positives of Wind Energy

Wind energy has been around long enough to have sufficient data to reach some conclusions and suggest its future. John Phipps answers a viewer's question in Customer Support.

16:48PM Mar 06, 2020

Sugar Beet Industry to Receive $285 Million in Disaster Aid Assistance

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Most of the agricultural industry still waits to hear the status on disaster aid. However, sugar beet growers now have some answers to their questions.

09:59AM Mar 05, 2020

Nitrate Levels Rising In Minnesota Rural Water Utilities

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor

Levels are still less than half the Federal limit of 10 ppm.