LATEST NEWS FROM Agronomy

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14:56PM Oct 10, 2019

Valley Insights Recaps First Year Of Artificial Intelligence Insights

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
The first year of trials included sites in Washington and Nebraska where the companies say they were successful in demonstrating how to turn data into useful, actionable information.
15:28PM Oct 04, 2019

How To Address Fertility Concerns from 2019 Flooding

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
John Wilson shared his experiences in recovering from the flooding in Nebraska in 2011 to assist those who are bringing flooded ground from this year back into production in 2020.
17:04PM Oct 03, 2019

Will Shorter Corn Produce Higher Yields?

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
If farmers can plant short-stature corn seeds more closely together than what's currently possible, they might produce more yield on the same amount of land.
13:55PM Sep 26, 2019

Ferrie: Don’t Bin Corn Contaminated By These Two Ear Rots

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
Some ear rots can produce mycotoxins, dangerous for humans and animals alike.
09:23AM Sep 23, 2019

Randy Dowdy Smashes Soybean Yield Record, Busts 190 Bu.

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
Randy Dowdy just blew the bin doors off soybean yield world records, hitting 190.23 bushels per acre on 3.27 acres, and 179 bpa on 4.23 acres. The Georgia farmer broke
14:01PM Sep 19, 2019

Ferrie: Some 300-Plus Bushel Corn In Iowa

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
Corn and soybeans will deliver yield extremes this season.
11:57AM Sep 16, 2019

Ferrie: SDS Hits Early-Planted Soybeans

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
Look for "patches" or a lack of uniformity in color as soybeans mature.