Feb 19, 2020
Ideal conditions for bacterial blast to grow include cold temperatures, wet and rainy periods and even frost during bloom. Does that sound familiar to anyone?
Ganoderma adspersum rots wood from the inside out and has been killing almond trees in the Central Valley
Growers in the southwest part of the state are showing interest in using the crop to break weed and pest cycles.
A University of Missouri guide helps farmers find the right seeding rate and planting date for forages.
Tiling means more nitrate can leave the field; cover crops help offset potential losses.
The South Dakota Soil Health Conference was held Jan. 15-16 in Watertown, S.D.
Make sure you understand Oat Plant Variety Protection law before you start.
Critical decisions made by corn plants at key times add up to big differences in your pocketbook.
Industry representatives relieved after U.S. trade representative appears to back away from threat
Weed scientist warns growers about temperature inversions, encourages the use of label-recommended nozzles to avoid drift.