To say farmers plant more crops faster today compared to a quarter century ago seems like a safe assumption, but data says otherwise.
History hints at what the wild weather could mean for markets if seed doesn’t make it in the ground soon.
Consider delaying turn-out to spring grass until the crop is 4-6 inches tall.
Cropping decisions influenced by rising input costs.
Long-range weather forecasts indicate potential challenges ahead.
Seed treatments and corn traits offer the best protection.
Bacterial spot and bacterial canker cause an estimated $22 million in annual losses in South Carolina and Georgia.
Soybean Export Council hosts international webinar featuring growers from U.S. farming regions.
Corn Watch: If there is a gap in a row, why is it there?
Soybean plantings also significantly below the prior five-year average