With low corn prices, this low-input grass crop is garnering a second look.
A conservation-minded farmer uses precision technology to best manage his resources.
It’s excellent for controlling marestail, morning glory, and ragweed species. Waterhemp? Very good or good, but not excellent. And don’t neglect to use a diverse weed management system.
When crop prices are slumping, it isn’t easy to change the norm. Growing corn and soybeans is what many of you know and do all too well. But look closely to see the cracks forming in the corn-soybean foundation that dominates the Midwest.
Multiple herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth signifies need for an integrated weed management approach.
The pleasure your pocketbook feels by early seed-order discounts can morph into pain if factors like field history are not considered.
Lower commodity prices and high input costs are causing more farmers to patchwork-plant less expensive crops across fields with poor soil.
Wonder how your yields stack up with those forecast for your region? Here’s some insight.
Think Palmer amaranth is limited to just Southern and Mid-Southern states? Think again.
Here’s a new corn disease that won’t respond to fungicides.