Planting soybeans early (but not too early) and spoonfeeding nitrogen to corn in increments are a couple ways to do it.
If you’re looking to merge the conservation and soil health aspects of no-till while preserving the soil warm-up perks of conventional tillage, strip-till may be for you.
Get set to meet sustainable guidelines from companies.
The Dutch city of Ede has a “food alderman” who believes the city’s food policy contributes to it being ranked as the “happiest city” in The Netherlands
If China grants approval, plans are for Corteva Agriscience to fully commercially launch Enlist E3 soybeans in 2019.
Successful Farming editor Gil Gullickson reflects on how his hometown of Langford, South Dakota, has changed since he graduated from high school in 1979.
The trends portend a shrinking population base and a changing demographic for rural American towns.
For Raymond and Lillian Anderson, it was never about money. It was about their land. “Our land wasn’t meant for a pipeline. It was meant to produce crops,” says Lillian Anderson.
That’s why an integrated weed management system using appropriate cultural, mechanical and biological control tactics is needed, say University of Missouri scientists.
Early dust storms in some South Dakota areas a reminder to keep soils covered.