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...

Features

Supply And Cost: Two Challenges To Overcome

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

Issues

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

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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,...