Cape Girardeau, Mo., jury found that both companies were responsible for peach farmer's losses. UPDATE: Jury awards $250 million in punitive damages, now includes statement from BASF
Continued warm, wet weather and the lack of cooler temperatures this winter increases the potential for tough weed and insect management.
University cotton weed scientists offer options for starting clean and keeping fields weed-free.
Bayer shares new postemergence mode of action herbicide, 30 years in the making.
This gallery highlights things growers can try to avoid — or actions they can take — to get their 2020 peanut crop off to a good start.
What can be done to minimize the risk of injury to rotational crops from residues applied during the previous growing season?
Soybean producers cannot solely rely on chemical control, a Nebraska Extension educator says.
Noxious weeds are placed into one of four categories, which defines how the weeds must be controlled.
Three Purdue University specialists answer questions from crop farmers.