Ag Study: Rising Nighttime Temps Rob Yields in Rice, Wheat Jun 28, 2021

🕔Jun 28, 2021
Warmer nights can upset a good night’s sleep for humans, but could the biological processes of farm crops be fussy about nighttime temperatures, too? Researchers at Kansas State University and […]

South Carolina Cotton: Clemson Research Focuses on Soil Conservation Mar 9, 2021

🕔Mar 9, 2021
Earth’s population is expected to increase by more than 2 billion people by 2050 and, to help ensure there is enough food and fiber to go around, keeping soils healthy […]

How Does Soil Health Impact Yield? – Video Jan 22, 2021

🕔Jan 22, 2021
In order to answer this question two or three years of research isn’t enough. This video discusses soil health effects from long-term trials in the coastal plain, piedmont, and mountains […]

North Carolina: 2020 Production Update-Soybean Pod Damage Aug 27, 2020

🕔Aug 27, 2020
Soybean pod damage can be caused by a variety of pests and environmental factors. Soybeans are most susceptible to yield loss from stress during the R3 (beginning pod) to R6 […]

Preventing the Spread of Invasive Weeds – Video Feb 18, 2020

🕔Feb 18, 2020
Depending on the species, weeds spread with the help of wind, water, or by other means. Additionally, people spread weeds with equipment, which is a very common way to spread […]

Cotton: New Planting Forecast Tool from NC State May 3, 2019

🕔May 3, 2019
A new, very impressive cotton planting conditions calculator has been created by Dr. Guy Collins and Dr. Keith Edmisten with help from the Climatology Office at North Carolina State University

Weed Resistance: Herbicides – A Temporary Solution to a Permanent Problem Jun 27, 2018

🕔Jun 27, 2018
For farmers, protecting fields from pests and plagues is a constant battle fought on multiple fronts. Many insects have a taste for the same plants humans do, and pathogenic microbes […]

Weed, Insect Resistance – What Happens if We Run Out of Tools? May 18, 2018

🕔May 18, 2018
To slow the evolutionary progression of weeds and insect pests gaining resistance to herbicides and pesticides, policymakers should provide resources for large-scale, landscape-level studies of a number of promising but […]

Natalie Hummel Named Director of North Carolina Ag Research Services May 7, 2018

🕔May 7, 2018
An accomplished leader for a multinational agricultural biosciences company has been named director of NC State University’s field laboratories and research stations. Natalie A. Hummel will join the North Carolina […]

Soybeans: Solid IPM Plan Needed to Fight Soybean Looper and Corn Earworm Jun 28, 2017

🕔Jun 28, 2017
Southern soybean farmers are preparing for another season of insect infestations. Corn earworm and soybean looper have the potential to take the biggest bite out of yields this season. Effective […]

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