Despite the dryness in the northern Plains, the month of August was one of the coolest on record.
According to the national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says August was the 9th coolest in the Midwest in
Tuesday’s weekly Crop Progress report from USDA showed corn maturity is still delayed, and that conditions for corn, soybeans and even cotton have improved.
Despite extensive damage to the Texas cotton crop from Hurri
The wheat crop in Colorado is on average between Feekes growth stage 8-10 (flag leaf to boot stage). As I mentioned in my last message, during the last two weeks the weather has been conducive for the development of str
Lay people who participate in citizen science develop more interest in science after participating in such a project, a new University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences study shows.
Growers need help because citrus greening has infected more than 80 percent of Florida's citrus trees, according to a recent UF/IFAS survey of growers. Although these two new early Valencias are not resistant to g
"What is a nutrient-dense tomato?" is the surprising question that International Ag Labs and Fix My Soil are working together to answer in their joint venture, "The Tomato Project". Because no nutrient density standard
Wheat scab has been described as a wheat-industry-threatening disease. Essentially this fungus thrives on corn stubble. When you plant wheat into corn stubble, the fungus can jump into the wheat flower and causes the di
Excessive wet weather can cause substantial N loss and damage corn plants. With plentiful and persistent rainfall in 2015 we were able to examine crop response to supplemental and late‚Äêapplied N at three locations