On Nov. 1, Adrian Percy will begin leading the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative, which uses interdisciplinary, team-based research to address major challenges intersecting agriculture and society.
A handshake deal lowers harvest equipment costs, boosts efficiency.
Corn Watch: Here’s an example that illustrates why keeping silk-clipping insects under control is crucial.
Flooded grain is considered adulterated, and should not be sold or taken into a commercial facility; an approved reconditioning plan is needed to do so.
Farmers on the Green event highlights soy-based products in New York City.
Here is a look at three west-central Missouri family peach operations.
Joyn Bio works to bring N fixation technology to seed treatment for corn and wheat to reduce fertilizer inputs by 40% to 50%.
Corn Illustrated: Stress from ear leaf diseases may set crop up for stalk diseases, too.