University of Missouri researchers have plowed 4 years into understanding how inversions and how dicamba reacts.
Roger Ideker’s farm near St. Joseph, Missouri, was under water in 2011 from June until September. For years he fought the federal government, specifically the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, […]
Last fall it was extremely difficult to plant wheat in a timely manner across most of Missouri. Although there was some wheat planted at an ideal time frame, much of […]
It was a difficult fall in Missouri and much of the Midwest. Crops came out late, crops came out wet, fields were rutted, wheat got planted late or not at […]
Any producer wanting to have more cows and heifers calve in daylight hours should try to delay putting out hay and cubes until late in the day. “This practice has […]
The 2019 Southeast Missouri Crop Budgets and Crop Budgets with Crop Rent Analysis can be found on my web site. The crop budgets are in both Excel and PDF format. […]
Weed scientists are looking closely at the relationship between dicamba volatization and low pH, both the soil’s pH and the pH of the spray solution. Is this another piece of […]
Soybean disease development had a slow start this season with little disease developing until late in the growing season. High temperatures and dry conditions during the early field season meant […]
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated 38 Missouri counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers who suffered losses due to a recent drought may be eligible for U.S. Department of Agriculture […]
After researchers confirmed that the waterhemp population was resistant to 2,4-D, the news just got worse as one herbicide after another failed to control the population.