This week's land sale features an in-depth look at a Feb. 20 auction in South Dakota, plus prices for farmland in Indiana and Kansas.
Two tracts of top-quality in Christian and Montgomery counties sold Feb. 17 for $14,560 per acre.
Fertility, herbicide and planting tip takeaways from KSU's soybean schools.
Farmers at No-till on the Plains weigh in on making no-till work.
No-till and diverse rotations help Okaloma farmer.
How sunflowers and cover crop mixes work together to boost wheat stubble health.
Warm Temps, Dry Conditions Cause Concern in Winter Wheat Belt
Three ways to ensure you get the most milo crop for your buck.
Agronomic and Marketing notes from Kansas State University's corn school.
Ah, the good old days . . . when glyphosate alone could provide effective weed control on waterhemp and palmer amaranth (both commonly called pigweeds). Not only have these weeds developed resistance to glyphosate, but they also show resistance to products with ALS, triazine, PPO, and HPPD modes of action.
So what's left? Curtis Thompson, weed specialist at Kansas State University, says glyphosate still works on many weed species and should still be in the sprayer tank, provided you use additional modes of action that will work on pigweed.