The 2013/14 winter was extremely hard on the U.S. winter wheat crop. Last week, USDA resumed reporting... Read more.
As the snow begins to melt and we finally put the 2013/14 winter behind us, many growers and consultants... Read more.
Spring wheat planting season is approaching South Dakota growers this month, at least according to... Read more.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have pinpointed the location of a gene in a little-known... Read more.
There has been more metribuzin injury on wheat stands this year than we have seen in more than a decade.... Read more.
Syngenta announced that it has acquired Società Produttori Sementi (PSB), one of Italy’s oldest seed... Read more.
Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri, has received a few calls lately from producers asking what... Read more.
The harsh winter is finally winding down and we are bound to have warmer days and spring in the near... Read more.
Outbreaks of a deadly fungal disease in wheat crops in Germany and Ethiopia in 2013 have had the scientific... Read more.
As temperatures rise and winter wheat begins to break dormancy, a university specialist and Syngenta... Read more.
Dow AgroSciences announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved federal registration for Seeker... Read more.
Clover cover crops incorporated in field rotations can improve sugarbeet yields and reduce nitrogen inputs.... Read more.
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