Monday, May 16, 2022

Breaking News

Future of dicamba, 2023 Farm Bill on agenda at June 10 Mid-South Agricultural & Environmental Law Conference

By Will Clark • Fast facts: Ninth annual Mid-South Conference set for June 10 in Memphis Six continuing education hours including one hour of...

High-Clearance Robotic Irrigation System to be Studied in Iowa

USDA-funded project to research nutrient application timing By Kapil Arora and Daniel Andersen • U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced a $1.2...


Supply And Cost: Two Challenges To Overcome

At a winter production meeting in Hazen, Arkansas, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Extension weed specialist Tommy Butts had one message, “This...


World Corn Supplies Increase

Texas A&M AgriLife associate professor and Extension economist Mark Welch says in his mid-September newsletter, Feed Grain Outlook, that world corn supplies are up...

2022 Corn Hybrids

Weed Management: Try A Seldom-Used Mode of Action

Weeds are the bane of most growers’ existence. In a growing class of “superweeds,” Palmer amaranth continues to frustrate farmers with its dogged resistance...

Editor’s Note

Farming Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Perdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture conducts a monthly survey on farmer sentiment called the Ag Economy Barometer. The most recent poll is rife with producer concerns going into the season.  “Rising farm input costs...

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Crop Protection

Texas A&M offers education at Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will once again provide educational programming through several different events at the Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show Nov....

Equipment & Technology

Precision Planting launches 2 seed placement technologies

Precision Planting LLC has introduced two seed placement optimization technologies that provide growers with greater seed placement precision, improved crop emergence and stand uniformity,...