Soybean Damage Widespread: Crop Insurance, Blend Limits, Salvage Markets – DTN Oct 25, 2018

🕔Oct 25, 2018
Kyle Krier is racing the fall weather. After receiving more than 10 inches of rain on his central Kansas farm in October, he finally started cutting soybeans last Friday. More […]

Missouri Soybeans: Dry Summer, Wet Fall – How Will It Affect the Crop? Oct 18, 2018

🕔Oct 18, 2018
Mother Nature proves almost every year that she has much to say about soybean yield and grain quality. This year many of Missouri’s soybean fields were affected by drought. Although […]

Missouri: Wet Weather Can Cause Seeds to Sprout on the Plant Sep 21, 2016

🕔Sep 21, 2016
Corn and soybean seeds possess several mechanisms that prevent sprouting before maturity. The primary mechanism is a balance between two growth hormones, gibberellic acid (GA) and abscisic acid (ABA). In […]

Louisiana Agriculture: Flood Came at the Worst Possible Time – Video Aug 26, 2016

🕔Aug 26, 2016
6.9 trillion gallons–that’s how much rain fell in just one week across the state of Louisiana. That sent rivers, like the Tangipahoa, Amite and Comite into flood, which backed up […]

Louisiana Rice, Soybeans: Farmers Making the Best of a Bad Situation Aug 26, 2016

🕔Aug 26, 2016
This is Samuel Buller‘s first year to farm on his own, and the 21-year-old was looking at a good rice crop. But recent flooding changed that. Buller’s yields are reduced, […]

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