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Laurie Bedord examines several agricultural start-ups. There is a wealth of technological breakthroughs being made today in areas like robotics and drones, data collection and predictive analysis, disease prevention, and alternative farming methods.
From Successful Farming TV #1107, originally aired February 8, 2018
Tired of traveling to town to submit government forms? The new Farmers.gov website might just save you a trip to the Farm Service Agency (FSA) office.
The ag markets have started the day with the bears in control.
It’s tough to maintain upward momentum when the crop is still dormant.
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By Suzannah Gonzales
CHICAGO, Feb 9 (Reuters) - A winter storm swept across the
northern U.S. Midwest on Friday, dumping up to nine inches (23
cm) of snow on Chicago and snarling hundreds of flights as it
rolled east to threaten New York state and New England.
ISU Extension plant pathologists tested several foliar fungicides on corn to to help farmers determine if foliar fungicides should be incorporated into their production.
Allendale warns there are more upward revisions coming to exports.
The saying that low prices cure low prices does have merit.
BUENOS AIRES, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Some 93 cargo ships were
waiting to load soy and corn from Argentina's main exporting hub
of Rosario on Friday, more than a week into a truck owners
strike, the spokesman for an industry group said.
That was up from just over 60 on Thursday, said Andres
Alcarez, spokesman for export company chamber CIARA-CEC.