Farmers who suffered flooding and other damage from heavy rain and winds last week will be able to get their post-flood production questions answered by University of Arkansas System Division […]
Developing potential tropical storm (Claudette) threatens growers with crops already underwater from last week’s rains that hit south Arkansas, north Louisiana and parts of Mississippi hard. Other areas are looking to irrigate fields by this weekend without a rain.
The July 30 field day at the Judd Hill Foundation will explore various facets of sustainable cotton production, including soil health, water use and greenhouse gas production. On-site registration opens […]
Arkansas Rice: Rain, Rain, Go Away Jun 14, 2021
“At some point it can’t get any wetter, it can only get deeper.” The South half of Arkansas is feeling that statement this week. Torrential rains struck areas of east-central […]
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared a state of emergency on Thursday in response to the record rainfall and flooding in the southeastern area of the state. The declaration allows the […]
By Tuesday morning, the soils Desha County had seen an almost complete reversal of fortune. “A week ago, we were needing the rain,” John Farabough, Desha county agricultural extension agent, […]
Judge Halts USDA Minority Farmer Debt Relief – DTN Jun 11, 2021
A federal judge in Wisconsin has ordered USDA to at least temporarily halt as much as $4 billion in loan debt relief payments to minority farmers in response to a […]
The 6-11 issue of the AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter.
Tips on managing preflood nitrogen (N) under various soil conditions: Dry soil: Use urea treated with a recommended NBPT product to minimize volatilization losses which occur when urea is left […]
If we weren’t crazy, we would all go insane. From this weather that is. It’s déjà vu all over again, with a similar pattern right now to what we experienced […]