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
Purdue University Extension specialists are warning growers that the field populations of SCN in Indiana are changing in ways that render the most common source of resistance to SCN (PI88788) less effective.
The combination of a farmer/grower and beekeeper can earn a $6,000 grant to be used in support of a community partnership that demonstrates how beekeepers and growers are working together to promote and protect pollinat
Many producers question the potential benefits of N fertilizer additives, particularly nitrification and urease inhibitors. Extensive research on these types of products has been conducted throughout the North Central r
Netafim has released a new white paper focusing on drip irrigated alfalfa. The paper looks at grower experiences, benefits and issues, rodent management, installation processes, costs and the importance of alfalfa to th
Monsanto Company showcased a wide range of agriculture solutions, which are being developed to assist farmers as they work to grow better harvests, protect their crops and deliver more to society. The company highlighte
A Minnesota cooperative plans to build a $240 million soybean processing plant in North Dakota.
Officials with Minnesota Soybean Processors, or MnSP, say the co-op has selected a site on 150 acres near Spiritwood, in e