Several competitor crops are unlikely to experience an increase in planted area as a result of the decline in winter wheat seeding, based on national-level trends. These crops include but are not limited to barley, alfa
Alfalfa producers should plan to use commercial fertilizer to supply nutrients on a consistent basis, according to advice from Dirk Philipp, a forages faculty member at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agri
More than 100 agricultural retailers, distributors and suppliers headed to Capitol Hill Tuesday morning for the Agribusiness Congressional Fly-in.
Hosted by the Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA), the fly-in garne
AGCO Corporation announces it is bringing to market new White Planters 9800VE Series planters equipped with SpeedTube seed tubes from Precision Planting. This enables the planters to operate accurately at "nearly
More farmers are using cover crops on their operation, notes Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey. That also means it's as important as ever to share best practices so they can gain the maximum benefits fro
The prospect of a 2012-like drought could drive soybean prices to the $13 or even $14 range, says Brad Matthews, Roach Ag Marketing. Yet the record-long position of the funds also suggests that if a weather event fails
Growers will soon be able to purchase AgLogic 15G Aldicarb Pesticide, a product that is essentially the same as Temikin formulation and performance. Since Temik was withdrawn from the market in 2011, growers have strugg
Downy mildew, a fungus-like pathogen, represents one of the greatest threats to American vegetable crops. Controlling the disease has become a high priority for researchers and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which
An agricultural fertilizer operation in southwest Nebraska must comply with federal Risk Management Program (RMP) requirements and pay a $101,808 civil penalty to the U.S. government to settle "alleged violations.