Arkansas: Glyphosate Labels – Working Through the Confusion

🕔Mar 15, 2019With the recent global approval of the LibertyLink GT27 and Enlist E3 soybean traits, there seems to be some confusion or uncertainty as to what glyphosate products can be applied […]

Kellogg’s to Contract Titan Rice for Some of Its Grain Source

🕔Mar 15, 2019Kellogg Company announced in December that it will accept contracts of Titan rice for a portion of its 2019 volume of rice for cereal, said Bob Scott, director of the […]

Arkansas: CropCheck – New Program to Reduce Pesticide Drift

🕔Mar 15, 2019As spring rolls toward Arkansas and growers begin to approach their planting dates, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is encouraging growers throughout the state to make use […]

Arkansas Rice: Ready to Get the Show on the Road. Is the Weather?

🕔Mar 15, 2019We’re Having a… Heatwave? “Sun is shining, the weather is sweet, make you want to move your dancing feet.” Wait a few minutes and Arkansas weather will change. That wasn’t […]

Arkansas Corn: How Late Can I Plant Without Yield Loss?

🕔Mar 14, 2019“How late can I plant corn” seems to be the topic on most corn growers mind lately as the wet weather pattern that started last summer has continued to keep […]

Arkansas Outlaws Rice Pretenders

🕔Mar 14, 2019The Arkansas Senate approved HB1407 on Wednesday afternoon in a vote of 31-3-1. The bill develops a standard of identity for rice and outlaws product labels using the term “rice” outside of […]

Arkansas Soybeans: Tools to Aid Variety Selection

🕔Mar 12, 2019With the problems that many soybean producers experienced during the 2018 growing season, many are trying to put 2018 behind them and hoping that 2019 will be much better.  The first […]

Arkansas Rice: Rain, Rinse, Repeat

🕔Mar 11, 2019“Long as I remember the rain been coming down, clouds of mystery pouring confusion on the ground, good men through the ages trying to find the sun, and I wonder, […]

Arkansas: Forecast Rains Further Delay Field Work, Spring Planting

🕔Mar 8, 2019For many Arkansas farms, whether row crop or livestock, the view is the same: water, mud, and more water. “With many areas still struggling to dry out from wet weather […]

Arkansas Rice: Acreage Debate Rages, Weather Uncooperative

🕔Mar 1, 2019Where Do We Go From Here? “Some like this, some like that, some don’t know, where it’s at.”  We’re now just two weeks away from when the first rice fields usually go in the ground […]

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