University of Georgia researchers are working on natural solutions to weed problems in row crops as government regulations of chemical herbicides grow stricter.
Indiana: Cover Crops and Farm Profitability May 5, 2020
The addition of cover crops to a farm’s agricultural system can have significant impacts on the bottom line of the business. Despite strong agronomic evidence of the positive impact cover […]
Michigan: Can Cover Crops Control Horseweed? – Video Apr 30, 2020
A new video highlights research at MSU looking at whether cover crops can control the growth of the weed horseweed (marestail).
Clemson researchers have found a cover crop mixture that can reduce costs for South Carolina farmers, rejuvenate farm soil and help conserve the state’s water supply if included in crop […]
Cover crops are used by cotton and soybean farmers in North Carolina for a multitude of reasons. On-farm research was conducted in 2019 to investigate the benefits of cereal rye […]
Want to know more about the benefits cereal rye can have on your soybean crop? Learn the advantages of the rye-soybean rotation from NC State’s Soybean Extension Specialist, Dr. Rachel […]
Minnesota: Managing Prevent Plant Acres Apr 8, 2020
The spring planting season is soon upon us. Prevent plant acres, or fields that were too wet to be planted to a cash crop last year, may need some special […]
There are some basic management practices that can affect, sometimes worsen, and other times be used to reduce risks of insect pest injury.
Extension specialists in Iowa and Minnesota are collaborating to provide a series of short, daily webinars for farmers, ag professionals, Extension personnel and other interested parties from April 6 to […]
Ohio: Broadcasting Red Clover into Wheat Apr 1, 2020
Looking at both the calendar and weather forecasts, frost-seeding is no longer a viable option to add red clover into a wheat stand. We can’t count on good freeze/thaw cycles […]