Ann Behling

Ann
Behling
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Cold-Weather Corn
You'd be hard-pressed to find a corn grower who's not itching to get in the fields early every spring. A new line of
BLT Hybrids Eat Weeds' Lunch
When Duane Jacobs orders a BLT, he doesn't have a tasty sandwich in mind. He's buying a corn hybrid.BLT is the moniker
Squeezing Out Profit
'Soybeans might be our salvation." That's what Darreld Domeier, manager of Bruning Grain and Feed, said in 1996 when
Calibrate Carefully
Dave Collins carries a periodontal pick in his shirt pocket every spring.It's not because he moonlights as a dentist or
Soy Plastic Biodegrades
'Soybeans have natural characteristics that make them ideal for making plastics."That's one of the best reasons Joshua
New Uses Review: Fruitful Research
Checkoff money invested in University of Tennessee research should soon bear fruit for U.S. soybean growers.Pomologist
New Seed Coating Delays Germination: It could benefit relay-cropped soybeans
Ray Stewart and Harry Minor are optimistic that a new temperature-controlled seed coating for soybeans will boost the
New Tool Makes Splash In Irrigated Fields: Attachments hold water, soil
A new tool that Lynn Flaming jokingly calls "the puddler" helps him conserve water and thwart soil erosion.Flaming, of
In On-Farm Tests: Nebraskans Seek Best Varieties For High-pH Soils
Frustrated by a lack of information about soybean varieties for his high-pH soils, Ted Klug decided to generate his own
New Genomics Research Focuses On Soybeans
Soybeans aren't being left behind in the fast-growing science of genomics.Genomics is the science of identifying, at
Soybean Growth Chamber May Speed New Varieties
Technology used by NASA scientists to grow plants in outer space could speed the development of new soybean varieties
Low-Phytate Corn Offers Pollution Solution
New corn with higher phosphorus digestibility when fed to hogs may help thwart water pollution.Secretary of Agriculture
Biotechnology Battle Continues In Europe
Two steps forward and three steps back. At times, that seems to describe the progress that the U.S. is making in
Planter Stand Measures Seed Metering Accuracy
Worn back plates and brushes. Rust buildup. Broken belts.Those are the problems Dan McKeon sees most often as he tests
Buffering Ag's Impact On Water
Twenty Nebraska corn growers are doing their share to ensure safe drinking water for Kansas City residents.They are
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