As combines roll through the countryside farmers are seeing the fruits of their labor pay off—or the pain of Mother Nature and management’s final sting. For many farmers, however, the pain is minimal as yields excee
The National Weather Service's (NWS) forecast for October through December calls for above-normal temps across the contiguous U.S., with the greatest chance of warmth across the Four-Corners region. This could
Today’s soybeans are typically golden yellow, with a tiny blackish mark where they attach to the pod. In a field of millions of beans, nearly all of them will have this look. Occasionally, however, a bean will turn up
On the Feb. 27 edition of U.S. Farm Report, AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman gave his latest 90-day weather outlook. And while it‚Äôs less than three weeks until the first day of spring, he says many should be able
The U.S. Congress on Wednesday passed and sent to President Barack Obama legislation strengthening legal protection for companies' trade secrets, including manufacturing processes and computer methods.
This week Bayer Crop Science brings together media and leaders from across the world to Germany to discuss the future of farming. The company reports that it has a positive outlook for ag’s future as well as the futur
Farmers in Arkansas who planted 34% (1.2 million) of the state’s soybeans recently filed a petition in response to the proposed April 15 ban on dicamba products. The group opposes the ban proposed by the Dicamba Task
What if an army of herbicide snipers in a sprayer shot weeds, but never hit crops? The technology concept enabling facial recognition on Facebook is ready for plant recognition in order to spray weeds on a dime, all in