Bayer CropScience has chosen the name “Credenz” for its new brand of commercial soybean varieties, available this month for the 2015 crop year in select U.S. markets.
Normally found in the Gulf Coast region of Texas, sugarcane aphids – a growing pest in sorghum acres – is moving into Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.
BASF spends $2 million per day on research and development in its agri-business division, a host of new products are coming down the pipeline.
Kansas State University wheat researchers are working on developing winter durum wheat varieties suited for southwest Kansas.
Soil temperatures are dramatically reduced in soil covered by crop residue compared to bare soils. This can improve soil microbial activity and boost soil health.
Armed with recollections of those who lived through the Dust Bowl, Plains farmers are working to prevent a second 'Dust Bowl.'
Grain sorghum planting is in full-swing throughout the Central Plains, and as it moves northward, there are some practices successful sorghum growers use to get the crop off to a good start.
The condition of the hard red winter wheat crop in the states of Oklahoma and Kansas is precarious after temperatures dropped below freezing April 14-15. July Hard Red Winter wheat futures settled up 23 cents at the Chicago Board of Trade on April 15, due
Now that the wheat crop is beginning to green up and grow, farmers are scurrying to apply a post-winter application of nitrogen fertilizer, a practice commonly called topdressing.
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