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The hot trend is going to continue for the next few weeks, an ag climatologist said.
A university is taking applications for a free 16-week training course for about 20 new and beginning 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.
The USDA has distributed almost $5 billion of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program’s $16 billion of financial assistance.
Hot and humid temperatures with a heat index close to 100 F are having an effect on crops.
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An extension educator explains the importance of accurate growth staging before applying post-emerge herbicides.
Ag groups are supporting legislation that could help farmers participate in a carbon credit market.
The Hefty brothers discuss which herbicides can be effective for controlling insects.
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