WEEDS

Dicamba Exemption Halted Again in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Supreme Court has halted a fourth judge's ruling exempting some farmers from an herbicide ban that ...

Associated Press
3 months ago
WEEDS | HERBICIDE

Double Check Your Herbicide Pass

With early season rain and cold some farmers might have delayed their herbicide application—or, if you did get in early, wonder if it wil...

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
SEED

Yield Threats For Later Planted Corn

Planters are rolling—quickly—across many of the corn and soybean growing states in an effort to get caught up. But do you really need to ...

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
SEED

Farmers Sue Lawyers in Syngenta Case for Excessive Fees

Three farmers recently filed a class action against the very Texas plaintiff firm that represented them in the Syngenta MIR162 corn case,...

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
WEEDS | HERBICIDE

Missouri Extends Dicamba Cutoff Date in Select Counties

Thursday the Missouri Department of Agriculture changed the Special Local Needs labels for new dicamba products.

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
INSECTICIDE

Late Planting Could Increase Corn’s Susceptibility to Black Cutworm

Corn has enough challenges this season thanks to delayed planting—don’t let black cutworms (BCW) steal more yield.

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
FUNGICIDE

SDS Threat Higher in Early Planted Soybeans

While sudden death syndrome (SDS) doesn’t appear until early reproductive stages, the fungus infects the plant in early stages.

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
SEED

More Palmer Amaranth Hitchhiking on CRP Seed

The threat of Palmer amaranth has resurged for farmers who plant Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) plots.

Sonja Begemann
3 months ago
FERTILIZER

For High Corn Yields, Consider How It Uses Nitrogen

Corn needs nitrogen (N) throughout the growing season, though in varying

Rhonda Brooks
3 months ago
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