CoBank: Farmers, Agribusiness In Southwest Turn To Cotton Amid Drought, Grain Prices

Source: CoBank news release The United States Department of Agriculture predicted a significant increase in cotton production in the largest cotton producing state in the...

Compass Minerals, Kansas State Announce Plant Nutrition Agreement

Source: Compass Minerals news release Kansas State University and Compass Minerals Plant Nutrition are joining forces to explore innovative plant nutrient products, technologies and opportunities...

Corn Farmers Sue Their Own Attorneys Over Excess Fees In Syngenta Settlement

  Reuters reports: Three North Dakota farmers filed a class action Tuesday against the Texas plaintiffs' firm Watts Guerra, alleging that Watts and a dozen co-counsel...

Iowa Ag Secretary Shares Tips For Managing Cover Crops This Spring

Source: Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship news release As the number of Iowa farmers using cover crops continues to grow, it's important to...

Oklahoma Ranchers Scrambling For Forage

Associated Press reports: Ongoing drought and wildfires have cattle ranchers in at least five Southwestern U.S. states scrambling for hay or pastureland, while others are...

Soy Growers Applaud Precision Ag Connectivity Act

Source: American Soybean Association news release The American Soybean Association (ASA) today applauded the Commerce Committee for moving forward the Precision Agriculture Connectivity Act of...

Corteva’s OpenSky Herbicide Receives Federal Registration

Source: DowDuPont news release OpenSky herbicide has received registration from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, providing wheat and durum growers with enhanced broadleaf weed...

USDA Issues: “Cotton And Wool Outlook” Report

Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. The April 2018 Cotton and Wool Outlook report presents and discusses USDA's latest 2017/18 U.S....

U Of Illinois Economists Release Report On Impacts Of Chinese Soybean Tariffs

Source: by Krista Swanson, Gary Schnitkey, Todd Hubbs, Jonathan Coppess and Nick Paulson Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics University of Illinois Carl Zulauf Department of Agricultural,...

Syngenta Agronomists: 4 Things To Consider While Waiting For Planting To Begin

Source; Syngenta news release With much of the Midwest facing colder-than-normal temperatures, excess moisture and planting delays, Syngenta agronomists are encouraging growers to consider 4...
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