In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Farm Bill Helps Heirs | FSA – 1 More Work Day | and more.
A winter storm is set to push across much of the central Corn Belt this weekend, bringing with it several inches of snow and sub-zero temperatures. While the storm could […]
Near- to above-normal precipitation during the past 30 days once again prevailed across the eastern half of the Nation, leaving only moderate drought in southeastern Florida, northern North Dakota, and […]
Summary A mixture of rain and snow accompanied a low pressure system from the Great Lakes to New England during early January. An upper-level low and its associated surface low […]
Preliminary data for South Carolina indicates December was the second wettest out of the 124-year record, with a statewide average rainfall of 7.67 inches which is almost double the normal […]
A wetter than normal summer and fall in Ohio led to the worst spread of a toxin on corn in at least a decade, according to a grain disease expert […]
It may be a new year, but Virginia farmers are still feeling the effects of last year’s wet weather. “Some growers are just finishing up their fall corn and soybean […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Tariff Signup Deadline Extended | SCN Resistance Increasing | and more.
Summary A strong upper-level low resulted in surface low development along the western Gulf Coast on January 3. This low pressure system then tracked northeast to the mid-Atlantic by January […]
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays behind us, it seems natural to catch breath, take stock and think about the challenges ahead. So we asked the team of […]