Winter Wheat
14:30PM Sep 23, 2020

La Nina Arrives as U.S. Wheat, S. American Corn Planting Begin

AgWeb Contributor

When La Nina last showed up in late 2017, it made for extremely dry growing seasons in some regions, particularly in Argentina and the southern U.S. Plains, and farmers harvested

10:37AM Apr 14, 2020

Mild Winter Means Insect Populations Could Soar

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This past winter didn’t bring harsh, cold temperatures like in years past, which means not only did many winter annual weeds survive, so did insect pests. This season, you’ll want

10:24AM Mar 26, 2020

Rising Demand Supports Wheat Market

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The coronavirus is having a ripple effect on commodities since the outbreak hit U.S. shores. Grocery stores shelves are in a constant flux. Many bare or picked over as consumers

08:58AM Mar 13, 2020

What a Mild Winter Means for Wheat Pests

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

With a warmer winter across much of the U.S., winter wheat might be greening up sooner than typical. As it greens up, so do dormant weeds or newly sprouting weeds

09:23AM Jan 07, 2020

Tortoise vs. Hare: Anthony Thilmony’s Patient Approach to Farming

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Hidden beneath Anthony Thilmony’s farmland, along with ample moisture, microbial activity galore, and an army of earthworms, is a 35-year-old tale of change.

05:59AM Nov 01, 2019

Too Wet, Too Dry: Wheat Season Gets Off to a Mixed Start

Wire Service

The winter-grain planting period is drawing to a close across the Northern Hemisphere, and young crops across some of the world’s top exporters face a mixed bag of conditions.

14:47PM Oct 24, 2019

Winter Wheat Planting Nearing Finish

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

Winter wheat harvest nears completion even as questions about weather and rainfall linger into fall.