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04/02/2012 2:33:12 PM
The unusually warm weather may create additional weed challenges this spring. Winter annuals in no-till... Read more.
03/20/2012 9:34:11 AM
Developments in precision agriculture technology equipment make it possible to apply production inputs in variable... Read more.
03/20/2012 9:31:42 AM
The days of easy, simple weed control using all post applied herbicides are gone because of weed resistance... Read more.
03/20/2012 9:26:55 AM
Cost of hiring custom application or performing custom application work for others is gathered in... Read more.
03/05/2012 11:13:11 AM
Above-normal temperatures this winter have caused Kentucky’s wheat crop, and weeds, to grow ahead of... Read more.
03/05/2012 10:59:36 AM
Winter annual grasses are typically the most difficult weeds to control in wheat. They are highly... Read more.
03/05/2012 10:28:47 AM
The good topsoil moisture levels (except in far southwest Kansas) and unusually warm weather in late... Read more.
02/17/2012 12:45:00 PM
A new report from Rabobank's global Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory department on the... Read more.
02/13/2012 10:14:29 AM
An area of arctic high pressure plunged Arkansas’ mercury into the teens and 20s by Sunday morning.... Read more.
02/13/2012 10:08:09 AM
The biggest threat to job security in agriculture is for the folks who are selling seed wheat in Kansas.... Read more.
02/13/2012 8:45:00 AM
World wheat trade for July-June international trade year 2011/12 is projected up 0.7 million tons... Read more.
02/07/2012 11:08:47 AM
Choosing a herbicide is always difficult, but it is even more difficult with dry conditions. Dry conditions... Read more.