The Illinois State Water Survey weather recording site in Champaign near the South Farms provided... Read more.
Responding to the first known report of waterhemp showing resistance to HPPD (4-hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase)-inhibiting herbicides... Read more.
Choosing the right seed for a field is the first critical step toward an abundant harvest. However,... Read more.
Field crop growers might already be aware that stink bugs could cause injury to soybeans, but it seems... Read more.
Carefully planning for the next crop season can help minimize many corn diseases and the losses they... Read more.
Corn prices continue the long retreat from the peak of September 2012, declining to the lowest level... Read more.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln greenhouse studies have confirmed a Palmer amaranth population resistant to postemergence application... Read more.
Corn returns for 2014 are projected under yield scenarios representing drought, median, and high yields... Read more.
People often ask how corn yields in China or elsewhere compare to corn yields in the U.S. The foreign... Read more.
Recent wet, cool weather slowed drydown in Ohio. By early to mid‑October, dry-down rates will usually... Read more.
Corn in most fields across Kentucky displayed nitrogen (N) deficiency before black layer was reached.... Read more.
Elson Shields reported a corn field in Cayuga County showing symptoms of a failed corn rootworm (Cry3Bb1)... Read more.
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