Cover crop adoption is continuing to increase throughout Nebraska. Respondents to the cover crop survey conducted in 2015 during extension meetings in Nebraska indicated the top five desired benefits from cover crops ar
Growmark has purchased the assets of L.T. & E., Inc., a family owned and operated tank and truck manufacturer and repair facility based in Arcola, Illinois, the company announces. L.T. & E., Inc. works exclusively on va
High oleic soybean oil is reaching new heights. New genetic discoveries are bringing better oil content, more stability, and as a result, an inexpensive cooking oil option that offers benefits similar to olive oil.
After the horrible wheat scab year in Missouri in 2015, the state's farmers and their crop advisors are watching maturing wheat with worry this spring. But no matter how antsy a farmer might become, ag professiona
The ongoing spread of wheat rusts, a group of fungal plant diseases that stymy the production of the staple grain and other crops, is raising concern in Central Asia and the Middle East and sparking closer international
This year's peanut yields in Georgia was among the state's highest, but University of Georgia peanut agronomist Scott Monfort fears that next year's crop will be vulnerable to increased disease pressure.
The line at the pollinator all-you-can-eat buffet is a little longer this year thanks to the contributions of consumers and partners joining Bayer's Feed a Bee initiative to plant more than 65 million flowers in 2
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