Arkansas Soybeans: 2 New Guides for Variety Selection
Two new (updated) publications are now available to soybean producers. A fact sheet on Metribuzin tolerance and a variety cross-reference […]
Customer Loyalty Discount Rewards For 2015!
To thank you for your support over the last 14 years, we're extending a couple of special offers for the 2015 seed sales year. We're offering a Fall Volume Discount from the RiceTec listed purchase price to customers who order and purchase seed under the Fall sales program equal to or above the following levels prior to December 15, 2014:
Also, RiceTec is offering a 3% Customer Loyalty Discount off your total RiceTec paid order if you plant at least 85% of your 2014 FSA-certified rice acres with RiceTec Hybrids in 2015, net of returns.
California Crops: Yield Survey Reports On Cotton, Alfalfa And Tomatoes – AgFax
This is our second of two Harvest Survey Reports for 2014. Thanks to everyone who to this year’s survey.
Delaware Small Grains: Spray Strategies for Optimal Coverage
Optimal coverage is essential in suppressing fungal diseases in any crop. It is particularly important when the target is diseases […]
Georgia: Good Time to Put Grass Carp in Ponds
If you have pond weeds, a good way to help control them is to stock grass carp in your pond.
Good On Grain: Big Gap Between NASS, FSA Should Close Soon
Recent USDA reports have left some unresolved questions about the magnitude of planted and harvested acreage of corn and soybeans […]
Economist: Livestock Industry Will Have Strong Rebound
Livestock producers can look forward to an economic “mini-boom” that may last for the next several years, providing opportunities for […]
Iowa: Crop Advantage Series Set for January at 13 Locations
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer the Crop Advantage Series to producers at 13 locations across Iowa during […]
Kansas Wheat: Multi-Disease Resistance Subject of New Research
Wheat diseases caused by a host of viruses that might include wheat streak mosaic, triticum mosaic, soil-borne mosaic and barley […]
Kentucky: Know Your Soil’s CEC Levels Before Applying Fertilizer
Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) is a measure of your soil’s nutrient holding capacity and is crucial in nutrient management.
Louisiana Sugarcane: Prescribed Burns Save Industry $120M
Sugarcane is one of Louisiana’s most valuable agricultural commodities, contributing about $771 million to the economy in 2013. However, the […]
Mississippi Outdoors: Common Deer Parasites Do Not Affect Venison
While dressing a deer this fall, there are some common parasites you may encounter. None of these parasites actually affects […]
Grain Drying: 6 Questions About Effects Of Sudden Drop In Temps
Ken Hellevang, grain drying and storage expert and extension engineer at North Dakota State University, answers 7 key questions from […]
North Carolina: Bt Resistant Armyworms Migrating North
In fall 2013, Dr. Dominic Reisig got a phone call from a farmer in rural Hyde County. The farmer was growing corn, […]
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Texas Cotton Harvest – Still Some To Go – AgFax
Here is our second of two Harvest Survey Reports for 2014. Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s survey. […]
Virginia: Corn, Soybean Growers Face Tough Calls Ahead
Mid-Atlantic and Southeast growers face tough cropping decisions in the coming weeks and months based on economics by Barney Bernstein […]
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