While you might think of hula hoops as a game for children they’ve found a new use—helping farmers calculate soybean populations. With no need for a tape measure, this method could save time and help farmers make c
As your agronomy team walks fields this growing season, here are timely insights to evaluate nutrient management in corn and soybeans.
“My slogan for this year is to not let emotions drive decisions,” explains Kyle
Industry analysts seem to believe that the U.S. Department of Agriculture overstated new-crop soybean demand for the United States at its annual outlook forum in February, and this has led to a great deal of uncertainty
Soybean is a crop that can remove significant amounts of nutrients per bushel of grain harvested. Because of this, soybeans can respond to starter fertilizer applications on low-testing soils, particularly phosphorus.
Add some vinegar and sugar—think you’re getting directions for salad dressing? Guess again. Ron Small takes advantage of vinegar, sugar and a few other unorthodox tactics to average 90-plus bushels per acre on all 2
On the Feb. 27 edition of U.S. Farm Report, AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman gave his latest 90-day weather outlook. And while it's less than three weeks until the first day of spring, he says many should be able
There is a troubling discrepancy between the large number of harmful invasive plant species and the number of invasive plant species that are actually regulated. At the federal level, the USDA's Animal and Plant Health
The University of Illinois Plant Clinic has been diagnosing plant problems since 1976, but the array of services provided has grown and become increasingly sophisticated in recent years. Two years ago, the Plant Clinic