The 2006 U.S. soybean harvest is underway. Farmers in Arkansas and Mississippi have been combining dryland beans for the last 10 days, but because of dry conditions and heat, this year's soybean crop is the worst in many years for some. Amanda Greer, Univ
To the relief of what feels like every living thing, the heat wave has finally started to make its way east of the Corn Belt this week. Corn and soybean growers can now look back on the recent extreme heat and humidity and what effects it had on row crops.
Join Markets Editor Mike McGinnis on Agriculture Online CropWatch with The Linn Group. On the first day of the Midwest crop tour, the group scouted corn and soybean crops in western Iowa. Browse Mike's pictures from the road.
Kansas State University researchers are developing a way to identify wheat characteristics within seconds on the spot -- whether that spot is in the field, on the truck, at the elevator or at the port.