For 27 years, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer have studied numerous aspects of planting and seed. Take what the...
You might be scrambling this summer to find sufficient cover-crop seed because of an ongoing tight supply of many key species. In your ha...
Hybrids are primarily chosen for the strengths they bring to each field. However, knowing their weaknesses is just as important.
Minnesota farmer Lance Petersen estimates he saved between 10% and 15% on his seed corn for 2019 by buying all of it online.
You tend to trust those who walk in your shoes. That‘s true when buying seed.
Seed treatments can act as an easy insurance policy to protect young seedlings, but do they pay in low commodity years?
Treating seed in the shop carries appeal for many growers, whether attracted by savings, control or planting logistics.
Farmers have been taking advantage of insect-resistance technology for the past 20 years.