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
Once-reliable soybeans now bring nothing but unanswered questions. What will tariffs and trade agreements mean for export opportunities? How will prices respond with or without successful trade policy?
Kyler Laird is about to carve a notch into agriculture history by planting 10,000 acres of soybeans with a driverless tractor. Skeptics beware: Laird has loosed the DIY robots and his operation will never be the same.
U.S. soybean farmer’s biggest foreign competitor Brazil faces new challenges as a judge moves to ban glyphosate until more toxicology studies are completed. The country will potentially increase soybean acres up to 5%.