SLIDESHOWS BY GIL GULLICKSON
Harvest Results Run The Gamut In Southwestern Minnesota By: 10/14/2014 @ 1:04pm

Stroll a few fields in the northwestern Corn Belt and check in on a variable harvest season there.

Where Mother Nature Whiffed By: 08/19/2014 @ 8:46am

This year's crop's not a bin-buster everywhere. Here's one area where farmers aren't preparing for a bumper crop.

Illinois Bumper Crop On The Way By: 07/21/2014 @ 12:30pm

On a recent visit to the 'Land of Lincoln', Gil Gullickson, Agriculture.com's Crops Technology Editor, found Illinois crops with great yield potential.

Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System By: 06/29/2014 @ 9:36pm

System features dicamba-tolerant soybeans

It’s Happening in The Dakotas By: 06/29/2014 @ 8:16pm

Corn population studies, planting depth research, and a soil pit at CCSP Farm near Forman, North Dakota.

U of Missouri Pest Management Field Day By: 06/29/2014 @ 5:52pm

Features waterhemp, cover crops, and corn and soybean pests.

What’s up with Dow’s Enlist Weed Control System By: 06/29/2014 @ 4:13pm

Enlist System Offers Farmers More Weed Control Options

What’s Up in Crop Production So Far By: 06/29/2014 @ 1:35pm

Cattails in corn, wheat stem sawfly, how stacks started, raising organic matter takes time.

Cover Crops: Try Rye By: 06/29/2014 @ 8:19am

Cereal Rye As a Cover Crop

Farming’s Future By: 06/28/2014 @ 5:51pm

Cover crops, no-till, rotations at Dakota Lakes

Wet fields, More Wet Fields and Saline Seeps By: 06/28/2014 @ 1:59pm

Saline seeps, wet fields, Manitoba, South Dakota, North Dakota

Tools of the Future Tour By: 06/26/2014 @ 11:31am

drones, Big Data, planter of the future

Corn-Planting Snapshots: South-Central Iowa By: 05/12/2014 @ 2:46pm

Check in on planting progress in one area where farmers have been up until this weekend largely unimpeded by rainfall compared to other parts of the Midwest.

Stroll a German vineyard By: 11/05/2013 @ 2:46pm

Though an entirely different crop across the world, the challenges faced are similar.

Making money from corn stover By: 11/05/2013 @ 2:04pm

Add to your bottom line with this new addition to your corn production.

What to know about prescription seeding By: 11/01/2013 @ 10:54am

Just as a doctor prescribes medicine, seed companies now write prescriptions for seeds.

15 cover crop questions and answers By: 09/05/2013 @ 8:53am

There’s a lot to discover about cover crops. Here are some key questions to ask before jumping in.

What's Up at DuPont Pioneer By: 06/30/2013 @ 10:44pm

Pioneer Field360 services, Aproach fungicide, corn stover ethanol, corn residue

Wheat Diseases, Starter Fertilizer, and Rattlesnakes in One Afternoon By: 06/29/2013 @ 11:00pm

Starter Fertilizer, sulfur deficiencies, predator insects

Water, Corn, and Specialty Crops Thrive in Southeastern North Dakota By: 06/24/2013 @ 2:06pm

water, potatoes, sugarbeets, onions, corn

Wet, wetter & wettest in the Dakotas By: 05/14/2013 @ 8:12am

Check out some of the extremes farmers have and continue to face in the northern Plains states.

Land roller types By: 05/06/2013 @ 2:09pm

See how you can perk up your soils with a land roller.

Receding waters in South Dakota By: 12/04/2012 @ 10:46am

One area's wishing for dry weather.

How to manage weeds and off-target movement By: 10/04/2012 @ 2:09pm

Here are some tips for getting sufficient chemical on to control pests while managing drift.

Diamonds (sort of) in the drought rough By: 08/16/2012 @ 9:24am

See a few fields that aren't in as much pain as most in this drought year.

What's up with weeds? By: 07/18/2012 @ 1:07pm

See the latest from weed research in Missouri.

Little good, mainly bad & a lot of ugly By: 07/18/2012 @ 12:54pm

Check out some drought damage in some major corn-growing states.

How South Dakota's crop is coming along By: 06/27/2012 @ 10:45am

Follow along on this quick tour of South Dakota's crop conditions.

Drought in Hoosierland By: 06/26/2012 @ 1:33pm

See some of the most severe drought conditions in the Corn Belt.

Slideshow: Off to quick start By: 06/11/2012 @ 10:26am

Take a tour around corn, wheat and soybean country and see how things are looking out there.

Halt multiple-mode herbicide resistant weeds By: 02/06/2012 @ 9:57am

Herbicide resistance isn't the end of the world. Here are a few ways to combat those weeds.

Extreme extremes By: 09/08/2011 @ 3:52pm

See how some of this summer's weather extremes affected these South Dakota & Illinois fields.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly By: 07/01/2011 @ 3:39pm

Traveling around the Midwest earlier this month reminded me of the movie, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. There’s a mix of about everything this growing season.

Traits on the way By: 05/25/2011 @ 1:49pm

See Syngenta's latest off the line for pest control & moisture utilization

It’s in the Bag By: 05/24/2011 @ 2:04pm

Farmers are gaining a new tool to manage corn rootworm and several other insects—refuge-in-a-bag (RIB).

21 ways to bag more beans By: 01/27/2011 @ 11:45am

Here are 21 practical ways to yield more soybeans.

Waterworld South Dakota Style By: 11/04/2010 @ 11:00pm

Farmers often couch when they say, “I wish it would stop raining” because Mother Nature is pretty adept at turning off the faucet during the growing season.

Nitrogen, disease, key factors for 2010 corn By: 11/03/2010 @ 11:00pm

Now that harvest has wrapped up in many areas, there's time to discern what worked in 2010. Here are some agronomic developments that Pioneer Hi-Bred officials discussed during a Carrollton, Missouri…

Pests, pests & more pests By: 10/05/2010 @ 11:29am

Field day focuses on Japanese beetles, corn earworm & a new stink bug.

A show-me weed showcase By: 09/29/2010 @ 9:32am

Weed & pest management featured at University of Missouri field day near Columbia.

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