A new app from The Ohio State University allows growers to compare the effectiveness of different management decisions within fields. The aim, in part, is to improve water quality throughout the state.
Last week, NAWG signed on to a letter to the U.S. Senate and House leadership supporting the inclusion of $3 million in the Fiscal Year 2017 Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agen
The market didn't get the memo that U.S. cotton growers will be planting more cotton acres this spring. On Monday, the Dec. 2016 cotton contract hit a new high, and it seems U.S. cotton farmers will respond to th
It's fall now‚ÄîLabor Day is long gone! The patchwork quilt of the Northern Plains is changing from the vibrant greens and golds of summer to the earthy tones of rust and browns of fall. School bus traffic mak
During Monsanto Company's (NYSE: MON) eighth Whistle Stop tour event for investors, chairman and chief executive officer Hugh Grant and other members of the Monsanto executive leadership team will highlight how th
Modern corn hybrids produce more plant material and take up, on average, the same amount of nitrogen as earlier varieties, in spite of being more crowded and having less nitrogen available per plant, a Purdue University