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When it comes to managing soybean rust with fungicides, a number of application options that provide effective coverage are available to growers.
Five new "Crops of the Americas" postage stamps depicting corn, chili peppers, beans, squashes and sunflowers, were unveiled yesterday.
Class 3 milk price has been within a declining price trend since May of 2004. Except for the months of June 2004 and January/February 2006 the decline has been slow and of low volatility.
The corn market has moved higher throughout the first quarter of 2006, posting a somewhat surprising recovery from harvest lows.
Prices for undeveloped agricultural land in Iowa are still rising, but at just over half the rate they were a year ago, the Iowa Farm and Land Chapter #2 of the Realtors Land Institute reported Thursday.
Corn consumption during the 2006-07 marketing year is expected to
increase in export, domestic consumption, and domestic processing
categories, particularly the latter as ethanol production expands, said
University of Illinois Extension marketing spec
What is going on with this cash market, shouldnít it be below the futures? Confused Producer Who Likes Cash Contracts.
Crops Technology Editor Gil Gullickson brings soybean growers up to speed on the latest technologies, just in time for spring planting.
In a perfect world, soybean yields could tally 100 bushels an acre or more. Unfortunately, the real world is filled with pests and pathogens that nibble away at a variety's genetic potential.
John Thorne, retired head of soybean breeding for Syngenta and High Yield Team expert panel member, discusses four key areas of concern for growers in 2006.