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
Farmers in drought areas are especially concerned by this question. As fresh water resources become scarce, one option for water-conscious farmers is to water crops with treated wastewater. This effluent is becoming a m
Food and agricultural business leaders can use the results from a recent Purdue University study to better understand and manage talent within their organizations. The Performance Management in Agribusiness Survey was c
Whether it's Palmer amaranth, waterhemp or redroot pigweed, the best way to keep weeds from taking over farm fields is to know how to identify them, says a weed scientist with the College of Food, Agricultural, an
After lying largely dormant for the last few years, US trade policy is now back in the spotlight. In particular, concerns have been raised about our trade relations with Mexico and China, who together are the market for
NASS is set to release its next Crop Production report in Sept. The last couple of reports, especially the August 12 Crop Production number, brought debate.AgDay's Betsy Jibben talks with the NASS Chief, Lance Honig.
The industry now knows the findings of the South Dakota crop from the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour. Betsy Jibben traveled along with scouts on one of the SD routes through Lincoln, Turner and Hutchinson counties.