In this week's AgFax Weekend - Dicamba Complaints Again | Picking the Best Equipment, Tech | and more.
High-oleic soybean acres are expected to increase in the coming years to provide more farmers the chance to cash in on premium opportunities, which can be more than $2 per […]
It is not uncommon to read or hear the concern that the US is a residual supplier of corn, soybeans, and wheat to the world. In other words, the US […]
Most grain farms in Illinois over 500 acres rent most of their land base. Moreover, the majority of rented farmland is controlled by larger acreage farms. In 2017, farms of […]
Bunge Completed Sales of 35 U.S. Elevators to Zen-Noh Grain On July 9, Bunge North America announced completion of the sale of 35 interior elevators to Zen-Noh Grain Corp., a […]
Tempers are running hot this year, as dicamba injury surfaces for a fifth year and EPA seeks to evaluate the success of the 2020 dicamba labels.
Summary Active weather prevailed across much of the South, East, and Midwest, as well as parts of the Plains, into the middle of July, followed by a southward shift in […]
December corn and November soybeans closed lower Thursday but were well off their lows as it remained difficult to find significant rain in the forecast. September Minneapolis wheat recovered from […]
EPA Sued Over New Herbicide Approval – DTN Jul 22, 2021
The Center for Food Safety and the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned a federal appeals court to overturn EPA’s registration of a new herbicide.
Corn started pollinating within the last week, and soybeans range from full flowering (R2) to beginning pod (R2). The hot topics this past week across the state included foliar fungicide […]