In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Dicamba Registration Voided | Farmers Urge Economic Aid | Trade – Trump Attacks Hong Kong, China | and more.
Adjuvants perform numerous roles within a spray application and there are a wide variety of different options available.
Springfield, Illinois, farmer Kurt Wilke won in court four times against USDA’s Natural Resources Service. But it wasn’t enough. For nearly a decade, NRCS insisted 22 acres of Wilke’s 80-acre […]
Summary This week, dry conditions were common across parts of the central and southern Great Plains, as well as parts of the northern Great Plains, particularly in North Dakota. Dry […]
Retail fertilizer prices dipped lower in the fourth week of May 2020, according to prices for eight major fertilizers tracked by DTN. While no fertilizer has moved a significant amount, […]
Despite being hamstrung by numerous weather obstacles this planting season, the South is in its final stages of planting. So far, Texas, Louisiana and California are all complete, with Arkansas and […]
Rice harvested at Koda Farms, a Japanese-founded farm in Merced County, California, is being used to make saké at a brewery in the Japan Fukushima Prefecture city of Nihonmatsu. Koda […]
Owen Taylor, Editor Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Rice, sponsored by the Southern rice team of Corteva Agriscience. Subscribe OVERVIEW Midsouth rice planting will likely wind down over the […]
U.S. corn planting steadily moved toward the finish line while soybean planting reached the three-quarters finished mark last week, USDA NASS said in its weekly Crop Progress report on Monday. […]
Louisiana Rice: Hail Damage Hits Some Areas Jun 3, 2020
Rice plants are recovering from a hailstorm last week, but yield losses are expected in some fields. The storm hit on the night of May 26. The National Weather Service […]