Right of way agreements and eminent domain could allow for powerline or pipeline companies to enter, or even seize, privately owned land. When a company is seeking such agreements, it’s […]
More than 535 agriculture industry professionals made the trip to Stuttgart to hear about the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s latest discoveries and recommendations laid out at the […]
A research greenhouse formally opened Thursday further enables efforts by University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture to stem rice yield loss after milling due to high nighttime temperatures. Jay […]
The heat of the day is tough on crops, but it’s the heat of the night that keeps Arkansas rice growers worried. Arkansas has experienced several weeks of hot, dry […]
As rice begins to head in Arkansas many producers are checking fields for rice stink bug, but their sampling technique could be costing them money. While working on an improved […]
Rough weather conditions caused many Arkansas rice fields to be overrun with grassy weeds.
Fall armyworms, a common pest of soybeans, pastures and lawns, have developed a taste for rice and extension entomologists are working on management methods to help producers. Gus Lorenz and […]