Events cover new methods of pest and disease control, of planting and harvesting, what crop yield to expect, and how to get a fair price.
Onset signals harvest is six to eight weeks away.
ISU Extension meetings in August will center on getting a maximum return from fertilizer dollars.
Slideshow: Precision seed placement and consistent depth make a difference in plant health and yield.
Slideshow: The annual field tour showcased new wheat, field pea and hemp varieties.
Here are three options for getting cover crops seeded earlier this fall.
Company encourages farmers to book early for next planting season’s seed needs.
Here are nine more tips to keep native pastures lush all summer.
With rapid growth and lower quality in hay, it's important to closely monitor body condition of cattle this winter.