Save playing Where's Waldo? for the newspaper comics instead of your cornfields.
This series profiles the top 10 crop technologies that have impacted and will continue to impact your farm's finances.
See how some of this summer's weather extremes affected these South Dakota & Illinois fields.
Dave Diedrich concentrates on macro – not micro – factors.
This report, written by Christian Krupke, Purdue University Extension
entomologist, appeared this month in Purdue’s Pest & Crop Newsletter.
Fungicides controlling white mold debut this year; fungicides with new action modes are set for 2012.
Thinking about getting into precision agriculture? Many farmers
have adopted technologies like variable-rate technology, guidance
systems, and automatic section control.
Here are some benefits, according to Shannon Norwood,
an Ag Management Solutions Consultant for Tri-Green Equipment, a John Deere
dealership with locations in Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi. Norwood spoke
at the InfoAg 2011 Conference in Springfield, Illinois, earlier this month. Precision
agriculture can enable you to:
are some cool precision agriculture tools and other techy gizmos that Phil
Rasmussen, director of the Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and
Education (SARE) Center in Logan, Utah discussed during the InfoAg 2011
Conference earlier this month in Springfield, Illinois.
Residual preemergence herbicides help nix early-season weeds that crimp yield potential.
Wondering what to do about hail-damaged corn?
BASF’s Headline products could help it recover and protect it, says Nick Fassler, BASF technical market manager for fungicides.
BASF obtained a supplemental label for Headline from federal regulators in 2009 that includes benefits other than fungal disease control, including better tolerance to hail.