If you’re thinking about planting cover crops on prevent-plant acres, ask yourself what goals you have and whether seed is available. Also, seek advice from others.
For corn planting, June 1 is the magic date you may need to consider alternative maturities. Soybean farmers have a little more time yet.
U.S. corn planting is just 58% complete – a gain of only 9% in the last week.
Soybean sudden death syndrome thrives in cool, wet soils. Be careful planting nonresistant or untreated soybeans in fields prone to the disease.
Ambient air temperatures dropped to below 32 degrees in northwest Kansas Thursday night, prompting concern about wheat freeze damage.
A painful wait to plant corn prompts concerns about yield potential and hybrid selection.
After a spat lasting nearly two years, the North Dakota Grain Growers withdraws from the National Association of Wheat Growers.
The 2019 Wheat Quality Council Hard Wheat Tour of Kansas projects the Kansas wheat crop will average 47.2 bushels per acre.
The second day of the Wheat Quality Council’s Hard Winter Wheat Tour found western and southern Kansas wheat fields in better shape than the Day 1 findings.
Wheat tour participants guess 46.9 bushel per acre yield after 240 stops in north central and northwest Kansas.