Recent Stories by AgWeb Editors
Nov 20, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
High-population corn planted in narrow rows is perking a lot of farmers’ ears these days. But regardless of whether you go with narrow rows or stay with wide rows, hybrid selection is still paramount.
Oct 22, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
Despite some tough weather conditions this past week, farmers are pushing forward in Iowa and Illinois with their corn and soybean harvests.
Oct 17, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
In this week’s edition of Boots In The Field, Ken Ferrie provides an overview of how harvest is going across Illinois, Iowa and Ohio.
Oct 09, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
Harvest is well underway, but there's still time to consider the benefit of periodically checking chaffers, sieves and other combine components to maintain accuracy.
Oct 04, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
In this edition of Boots In The Field, Farm Journal Agronomist Ken Ferrie discusses what he’s seeing harvest-wise from 2018 test plots.
May 07, 2018 by AgWeb Editors
Farm Journal Agronomist Ken Ferrie offers tips on how to scout for frost damage after the second coldest April on record.
Jan 12, 2017 by AgWeb Editors
Growers need help because citrus greening has infected more than 80 percent of Florida's citrus trees, according to a recent UF/IFAS survey of growers. Although these two new early Valencias are not resistant to g