Congress is wrapping up a two-week recess and will be back in session next week with a busy schedule on tap.<p></p> The Senate is expected to kick it off on Monday with a confirmation vote on Governor Sonny Perdue to be t
Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. and DuPont Pioneer announced the successful field-trial validation of safflower plants that produce high levels of arachidonic acid (ARA) oil, a high-value, specialty nutritional oil for global
Like so many other farmers, consultants and Extension educators, Nathan Mueller rarely heads to the field to scout without bringing along his smartphone. Mueller, an Extension cropping systems educator with the Universi
Flea beetles might be the best way to control leafy spurge, a state-level noxious weed which can be found in nearly every corner of the state, according to Pete Bauman, SDSU Extension range field specialist.
Monsanto announed the winner of its 2016 America's Farmers Mom of the Year contest as Kentucky farmer Mary Courtney, who started her farm with her husband, Shane, and now grows corn, soybeans, burley tobacco, mixed vege
Drought is a concern this spring to many wheat producers across much of Kansas. Symptoms of drought stress during stem elongation start as lower leaf senescence, as the crop begins to eliminate leaves that will contribu
Indian buyers have started talking with potash suppliers on new import contracts, trying to settle them at a steep discount to last year's price, two industry officials told Reuters, as plentiful supplies gave purchaser
The Government Accountability Office issued a new study on bees and pollinators and found that the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency could be doing more to protect them.