Summaries of farms enrolled in Illinois Farm Business Farm Management (FBFM) indicate that 2013... Read more.
An invasive weed that has put some southern cotton farmers out of business is now finding its way... Read more.
As growers across the Corn Belt embark on a new season, the age-old challenge of growing corn remains... Read more.
According to the USDA’s latest Crop Progress report, corn planting is coming to a close, with... Read more.
Last week Peter Thomison received several reports of abnormal corn emergence. Often the problems... Read more.
With the recent cold weather and varying degrees of injury growers are looking for ways to help their... Read more.
Year after year it seems to happen. Even with a carefully devised weed control plan, tough weeds can... Read more.
As Acuron corn herbicide (SYN-A197) from Syngenta moves toward expected EPA registration for the 2015... Read more.
A random inspection of a two-leaf cornfield, no-tilled into a burned down grassy cover crop in west... Read more.
Armyworms that can strip pastures and hayfields have begun their march through Missouri’s tall fescue... Read more.
After hitting a 10-week low in early May, corn net sales are continuing to rebound. According to... Read more.
Capture of black cutworm moths in the IPM traps in Kentucky has been above the rolling five year average... Read more.
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