Soybeans: $1.2Mln Grant Awarded to Fight SCN Jan 6, 2022

🕔Jan 6, 2022
University of Georgia plant pathology researcher Melissa Mitchum will co-direct a $1.2 million award from the joint National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NSF-NIFA) Plant-Biotic […]

Herbicide Resistance: Researchers Look to Destroy Weed Seed During Harvest Dec 21, 2021

🕔Dec 21, 2021
A Kansas State University researcher in western Kansas says he may have an innovative way to kill weeds commonly found in farmer’s fields: simply put, he wants to crush ‘em.

Bioenergy Sorghum’s Roots Can Replenish Carbon in Soil Dec 21, 2021

🕔Dec 21, 2021
The world faces an increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and a shortage of carbon in the soil. However, bioenergy sorghum can provide meaningful relief from both problems, […]

Soybeans: Researchers Uncover Ways to Combat Sudden Death Syndrome Dec 16, 2021

🕔Dec 16, 2021
A Kansas State University plant pathologist says researchers and producers need to work together to control a soilborne disease in soybeans that can rob that crop of yields. “Sudden death […]

Cotton: Palmer Pigweed – Control Matters Throughout Plant’s Lifecycle Dec 15, 2021

🕔Dec 15, 2021
Texas A&M student researcher tackles a troublesome herbicide-resistant weed.

Arkansas: Weedy Rice – Researchers Tackle Ever-Evolving Problem Nov 30, 2021

🕔Nov 30, 2021
Red rice in the field was a problem for rice growers, but at least it was easy to spot. But years of out-crossing with cultivated rice varieties has resulted in […]

Kentucky Wheat: Study Monitors Yield Response to Nitrogen Nov 24, 2021

🕔Nov 24, 2021
Recent fertilizer retail price surveys still show ongoing N fertilizer price increases, especially for urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) solutions, which are important fertilizer N sources for Kentucky wheat producers. The […]

Pest Management: Robotic Vehicles Could Stop Localized Infestations Nov 24, 2021

🕔Nov 24, 2021
Autonomous pest control vehicles could become a valuable asset to farmers in the future as they create an opportunity for new intelligence and a way of managing pests in crop […]

Kansas: Cotton May Have a Place in Drier Areas Nov 22, 2021

🕔Nov 22, 2021
Is there room for cotton in Kansas…the Wheat State? There certainly is, said Kansas State University water resources engineer Jonathan Aguilar, who is currently studying the best ways to grow […]

Kentucky Corn: How Do Cover Crops Affect Yield, Optimum N Rates in Rolling Cropland? Nov 12, 2021

🕔Nov 12, 2021
The rolling landscapes of Kentucky lead to a complex flow of water over and in the soil, contributing to spatial variability in soil resources and crop yield. Plant-available N is […]

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