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
The cold, wet weather pattern won't seem to budge, but things could be turning around. Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says his 90-day forecast looks promising, especially for April, just in time for spring planting.
Undoubtedly, 2019 will be another year with agronomic and financial challenges. Before seed hits the soil take the time to think critically thought your acreage mix and marketing plan to take advantage of opportunities.
Soybean growing states were pummeled with challenges this past year. Late planting, too much or too little rain, followed by a late harvest meant even soybeans grown for seed endured less-than-ideal conditions.