In the 5 ag stories to read this week, learn about corn production challenges, and Northern corn leaf blight control. Sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program and read about improving management zones and variable rate. Finally, enjoy some farm-related ads from the 1950s.
In the 5 ag stories to read this week, read about the benefits of SCN-resistant varieties and access a new online crop/climate tool to help preplanting decisions. Learn some strategies for risk management and Palmer amaranth management. Finally, follow us on Twitter.
In the 5 ag stories to read this week, see how disease-resistant soybean varieties yielded and check out 2016 at crop insurance premiums vs. 2015. Get some info on the upcoming Commodity Classic, and learn how controlled traffic can benefit your soil. Finally, enjoy a clip of TV show host Steve Harvey talking about growing up on a farm.
In the 5 ag stories to read this week, download crop budget spreadsheets and a 2015 tax guide. Learn about nematode research and the impact of late weed control. Finally, enjoy some RC tractors in action.
In the 1950s, CSD advertisers offered a lot to readers. From combines and tractors to an inoculant, vacuum and solvents, check out these products from Phillips Solvents, John Deere, Cargill, Allis-Chalmers and more.
In the 5 ag stories to read this week, check out a new weed control guide and an outlook on input costs. Read new research on the effectiveness of neonicotinoid seed treatments and tips for cutting costs in 2016. Finally, enjoy the carrot harvest!
Faced with wet or windy weather and heavy workloads, farmers want to know how much it will cost to delay weed control. The answer: plenty — even if you don’t have glyphosate-resistant weeds in your fields.
In the 5 agriculture stories to read this week, check out a new batch of videos helping ID and manage soybean diseases and get tips for reducing cash flow in the coming year. Read about farm transition concerns and wishes for higher prices in the new year. Finally, the CSD staff wishes you happy holidays.
Low prices, weed resistance, environmental concerns and more are giving farmers the opportunity to think different about they way they farm. Stories this year offered insight and tips to thinking different about herbicides, data, planting, nitrogen application and more.