If your crops could talk, what would they tell you about the weeds they share soil space with? Quite a bit actually, if you pay attention.
Leaving crop residue on the ground improves soil health and saves you money.
Soil sampling now can give you a leg-up on next year’s fertilizer management plans.
The crop insurance adjuster who determines losses in a field knows exactly how to account for it. Here's how they figure that out.
Planting periods may be split into two
Waterhemp's herbicide resistance is coming closer to an end
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