Imagine if you could choose the eye and hair color, nose and mouth shape and body type of your child before they’re born—sounds crazy, right? With advances in gene-editing technology it will likely be possible somed
Tuesday’s weekly Crop Progress report from USDA showed corn maturity is still delayed, and that conditions for corn, soybeans and even cotton have improved.
Despite extensive damage to the Texas cotton crop from Hurri
Study corn plants prior to harvest to see what when right and what when wrong with your nitrogen management strategy. Use this time to set yield expectations for this year and make corrections for next season.
The growing season has been anything but normal for farmers in the Corn Belt. They have been plagued with flooding, replanting, drought, not enough heat and other issues. Following the Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour, ma
The Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour isn’t all clear skies, sunshine and 240 bushel corn. In fact, today, on the Eastern leg of the tour, scouts were met with severe weather and extreme variability in the fields.
In the midst of rumors and anti-GMO rhetoric, one researcher is striving to use genetic modification to improve crop health as well as potentially save consumer lives. Aspergillus, which creates carcinogenic aflatoxin,
Warmer, drier weather triggers corn rootworm hatches, and insectforecast.com is showing a high alert for corn rootworm larvae hatch in the central Corn Belt across Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ne