Herbicides on the chopping block, older formulations making a comeback, new method of application provides a bright spot in weed management.
Research has demonstrated that photosynthesis in pecan can continue unimpeded at leaf temperatures as high as 106 degrees as long as soil moisture is adequate.
Kansas wheat farmers have entered Week 2 of harvest, with continuing variable yields.
Michigan Bits: Extension names director of youth initiatives; state invests $2.3 million in animal agriculture; hard cider producers awarded.
The 11-day event will feature livestock shows, entertainment and exhibits.
Data from the census benefits farmers, rural communities and universities.
June-planted soybeans can still be successful with careful management.
Sampling corn fields to assess potential for yield loss from plant-parasitic nematodes
Prussic acid toxicity is fatal to livestock. Oklahoma producers reporting cattle deaths.
Nominations are being taken for the administrative arm of the Cotton Program.