Arkansas: Blackberries Host a Quiet Revolution
There’s a quiet revolution rippling through the world’s blackberry plots; one begun in Arkansas. Blackberries from the University of Arkansas […]
AgFax Almond Review: Good Weather for Bloom; Blue Diamond Sued
Legal LegalNewsline.com offers a report from LocalLabs News Service noting that Blue Diamond Growers is being sued over the “All […]
Florida: Farmers Spraying Burndown Herbicides
North Florida weather has kept most growers out of fields, but farmers are using each available opportunity to apply burndown herbicides before planting […]
Georgia Wheat: Powdery Mildew Showing Up
Powdery mildew is showing up in some wheat. It’s not a real big problem but it needs to be watched.
Ag Groups To Presidential Hopefuls: Get Behind Renewable Energy – DTN
Supporters of renewable energy from agriculture want to see Republican presidential candidates declare their support for renewables, or at least […]
Kansas Pecans: Breeding For Kernel Color?
Most pecan lovers know that pecan kernels will turn reddish-brown if they are kept at room temperature for an extended […]
Kentucky: Cover Crop Research Project Begins
Cover crops are an old tool to control soil erosion, but agricultural producers are rediscovering them. The practice has been […]
Nebraska: Value of Farmland Drops
After five years of increases in Nebraska farmland values, the state average dropped 3%, according to preliminary findings from the […]
North Carolina Pastures: Winter Weed Control Still Possible
You may think it’s a bit too late to control those pesky winter weeds, but don’t worry. Although right now […]
North Dakota Wheat: New High-Quality Durum Variety Available
This year, growers will be able to plant a high-quality durum variety developed by North Dakota State University. Carpio durum […]
Ohio: Overholt Drainage School, Defiance, March 16-20
Farmers, crop consultants and others interested in learning more about proper subsurface drainage can attend the Overholt Drainage School March […]
Pennsylvania: 4 Weed Resistance Workshops, March 17-20
Weed Resistance Workshops will be held in four locations across the state in order to provide farmers and industry professionals […]
Tennessee: Almost Time for Burndown Applications
The cold, late winter has burndown applications running behind normal, but so is weed maturity so things aren’t as behind […]
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Texas: Drought Outlook Is Positive for Next 2 Decades
As far as drought is concerned, for the next 20 to 30 years, State Climatologist Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, College Station, […]
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