Waters of the U.S. Rule’s Future Remains in Question – DTN Jan 8, 2021

🕔Jan 8, 2021
The future remains in flux for the Trump administration’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule (NWPR), as court cases continue to play out and the potential for yet again more changes to […]

California: Department of Justice Sides With Ag on Prop 12 – DTN Dec 17, 2020

🕔Dec 17, 2020
The U.S. Department of Justice and the North American Meat Institute asked a federal appeals court for a full hearing on a requested injunction to halt implementation of California’s Proposition […]

States, Ag Battle for Dakota Access Pipeline – DTN Dec 15, 2020

🕔Dec 15, 2020
If the Dakota Access pipeline is closed down, agriculture economies in the Midwest could find it difficult and more expensive to ship grain, 14 states allege in a brief filed […]

South Carolina: Clemson Ag Outlook Offers Advice on Dealing with Pandemic Dec 7, 2020

🕔Dec 7, 2020
As most will agree, 2020 has been a trying year but there is hope for the agricultural sector to drive away this black swan event that has spread chaos across […]

South Carolina: 5th Annual Ag Outlook Conference Online, Nov. 20 Nov 13, 2020

🕔Nov 13, 2020
With all the problems 2020 brought, you may wonder what 2021 has in store. The conference takes place online from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 20. Cost is […]

South Carolina: Get Soil Tested at Clemson Ag Service Lab Nov 6, 2020

🕔Nov 6, 2020
Fall is in the air and hundreds of photos of changing landscape colors are being shot every day. Clemson University experts say pictures growers should focus on this season are […]

South Carolina: Five Counties Named Primary Natural Disaster Areas Nov 4, 2020

🕔Nov 4, 2020
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated five South Carolina counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers in Clarendon, Marion, Spartanburg, Sumter and Williamsburg counties who suffered losses caused by excessive moisture […]

South Carolina: Soybean Pests Have A Healthy Appetite Right Now Sep 4, 2020

🕔Sep 4, 2020
Charles Davis, county agent in Calhoun County, found stink bugs in his observations but reported “damage was hard to find in the fields” he walked. Charles also reported that “a […]

South Carolina: Still Reasons To Scout Cotton – And More So In Soybeans Aug 28, 2020

🕔Aug 28, 2020
Tom Smith, local consultant, reported that “a number of early planted [cotton] fields [are done] until defoliation, and a number of later planted fields may need 1 or 2 sucking-bug […]

Cotton – Southeast – Limited Defoliation At Hand, Rains Restore Balance – AgFax Aug 27, 2020

🕔Aug 27, 2020
Recent rainy weather has helped the crop and maybe reduced whitefly pressure, but it also could encourage disease development going into September.

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