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Weather Update

The hot trend is going to continue for the next few weeks, an ag climatologist said.

Weather Update
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Training New Farmers

A university is taking applications for a free 16-week training course for about 20 new and beginning farmers.

Training New Farmers

The standard treatment for many years to control weeds and volunteer wheat in wheat stubble was glyphosate plus 2,4-D LVE, a weed science extension specialist said.

Controlling Weeds After Wheat Harvest

The USDA has distributed almost $5 billion of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program’s $16 billion of financial assistance.

CFAP Payment Update

Hot and humid temperatures with a heat index close to 100 F are having an effect on crops.

How are Corn and Soybeans Doing?
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Corn Growth Staging

An extension educator explains the importance of accurate growth staging before applying post-emerge herbicides.

Corn Growth Staging
Cashing in on Carbon

Ag groups are supporting legislation that could help farmers participate in a carbon credit market.

Cashing in on Carbon
Protecting Your Corn Fields From Insects

The Hefty brothers discuss which herbicides can be effective for controlling insects.

Protecting Corn From Insects
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