Arkansas Soybeans: Controlling Pigweed with Metribuzin Tolerant Varieties

🕔May 10, 2019Palmer amaranth, commonly known as pigweed, has been a longtime foe of Arkansas soybean farmers. Jason Norsworthy, weed scientist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said it […]

Webinar: Approaches to Ag Impacts on Water Quality, May 8

🕔May 6, 2019Nutrients from agricultural crop production have had a detrimental impact on water quality in the United States, but many states are working to address the issue. A webinar hosted by […]

Mid-South Ag and Environmental Law Conference, Memphis, June 6-7

🕔Apr 26, 2019Environmental regulations provide both protections and challenges — protections for natural resources and the people and animals who depend on them; compliance challenges for many landowners. At the Mid-South Agricultural […]

Farmland: Eminent Domain – What Does it Mean to You? – Free Webinar, March 20

🕔Mar 14, 2019Right 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 […]

Arkansas: Stuttgart Rice Field Day Draws Over 500

🕔Aug 13, 2018More 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 […]

Rice: UA Amps Up the Research – Yield Loss and High Nighttime Temps

🕔Aug 3, 2018A 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 […]

Arkansas Rice: Breeders Push for Heat Tolerance to Prevent Chalky Rice

🕔Jul 27, 2018The 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 […]

Arkansas Rice: New Stink Bug Scouting Method Saves Money, Energy

🕔Jul 24, 2018As 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 […]

Arkansas Rice: Hot, Dry Weather Leaves Tough-to-Fight Weeds

🕔Jul 20, 2018Rough weather conditions caused many Arkansas rice fields to be overrun with grassy weeds.

Arkansas Rice: Fall Armyworm – Refined Treatment Threshold in the Works

🕔Jul 6, 2018Fall 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 […]

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