Although the number of soybean acres may decrease, some farmers will plant more in order to reach the break even point.
In this week's edition of stories not to miss, we take a look at a new report from USDA about the drought-tolerant corn.
The benefit of higher seeding rates in terms of suppressing weeds is well documented.
Statewide monitoring of corn and soybean fields has documented a slow western corn rootworm population rebound in some areas.
A meeting with Chinese officials could send the soybean market into an upward direction.