Missouri: Non-Chem Waterhemp Control? – Video Delves Into Research Jul 12, 2020

🕔Jul 12, 2020
The 2020 University of Missouri virtual weed science field day kicked off early in the month with the launch of a five-minute video: Evaluating Non-chemical Control Options for Waterhemp in […]

Rice: Missouri, Arkansas Planting Mostly Finished Despite Wet Conditions Jun 8, 2020

🕔Jun 8, 2020
Missouri and Arkansas rice is in the ground!  While it’s been another wet year across the region, there were enough dry spells in April and May for producers to finally […]

Dicamba Cutoffs Coming Too Soon for Some Farmers – DTN May 26, 2020

🕔May 26, 2020
Between a Mother’s Day freeze and recent flooding, many soybean acres in the Midwest may need to be replanted in the weeks to come. Growers with dicamba-tolerant Xtend soybeans should […]

Missouri Corn: Uneven Emergence Has Little Yield Impact May 8, 2020

🕔May 8, 2020
Research by University of Missouri Extension agronomists shows that there is little yield difference in unevenly emerged corn. MU Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold researched corn emergence’s effect on yield in […]

Missouri Rice: Planting Hampered by Wet Conditions Apr 9, 2020

🕔Apr 9, 2020
Sporadic sunny skies after three months of steady rain have made planting a mixed bag in rice country in and around Missouri. On Blake Gerard’s operation in nearby Cairo, Illinois, […]

Missouri: 13 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas to Floods Feb 27, 2020

🕔Feb 27, 2020
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated 13 Missouri counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers who suffered losses caused by two separate disaster events may be eligible for U.S. Department of […]

Southern Illinois’ Len Small Likely To Fail Even If Repaired – Report Feb 5, 2020

🕔Feb 5, 2020
Alexander County sits near the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, at the southernmost tip of Illinois. The sparsely populated jurisdiction is perhaps best known for devastating floods resulting […]

Missouri Soybeans: Grain Remains Green in Plants Killed Before Maturity Oct 16, 2019

🕔Oct 16, 2019
As we had feared, delayed planting of soybean in the spring and early summer resulted in delayed maturity this fall. Late maturing soybean plants are vulnerable to freeze and cold […]

Missouri Weather: Temps Didn’t Drop – Sept. Felt Like Aug. Oct 9, 2019

🕔Oct 9, 2019
September weather acted like August in Missouri, says Pat Guinan, state climatologist with University of Missouri Extension. Several locations, mostly in southern Missouri, saw record-setting heat. Daily high temperatures reached […]

Missouri: Weather Challenges Still Plague Farmers Sep 23, 2019

🕔Sep 23, 2019
According to the September 4 Farm Service Agency report, wet and flooded fields prevented Missouri farmers from planting 750,000 acres of corn and 480,000 acres of soybean. These are 21% […]

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