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Soybean cyst nematode is well-known yield destroyer in soybeans. Yet, nematodes are also making their way into corn, too. Learn more in a slideshow from Crops Technology Editor Gil Gullickson's recent tour of a Syngenta research station.
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns has announced the release of USDA's "Energy Estimator for Irrigation," a Web-based calculator tool designed to help producers manage their irrigation water resources more efficiently.
A bill to make the repeal the estate tax permanent, H.R.8, stalled in the Senate late last week, as not enough votes were garnered to proceed with action on the Senate floor.
Well, the wheat market got what it expected with a bullish crop report on Friday morning, but the price action certainly wasn't what one would expect from that bullish report.
The recent rebound in cattle prices has been somewhat of a surprise, considering big inventory numbers for the May/June time window were expected to keep prices suppressed.
Higher feed costs and an overabundant meat supply could keep U.S. hog producers from a new record of consecutive weeks of profitability, one analyst said.
Agronomically sound corn that stands up to drought may seem like a dream, but it will likely be reality in the next decade. Crops Technology Editor Gil Gullickson learned about Syngenta's efforts in this field on a recent trip to one the company's research
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns visited the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday, where he thanked pork producers for their support and put in a plug for President Bush's goals for immigration reform and the next farm bill.
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns yesterday announced the funding of 4,404 Conservation Security Program (CSP) contracts, out of more than 8,570 applications. Nearly all the contracts granted were to the most advanced conservationists, who included their
Growing interest in biofuels as an alternative to crude oil is well known and
receiving plenty of government and private support, but some say problems could
arise by relying too much on a staple such as corn for U.S. energy needs.