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If you see four or five armyworms per linear foot in wheat, it may time to consider a treatment, an entomologist said.
The USDA could see its department funding increase by 16 percent to almost $28 billion.
Recent research indicates a measurable drop in yield in fields where burndown did not occur within three to four weeks ahead of planting.
Farmers considering selling carbon credits are advised to carefully consider all marketplaces and the terms and conditions of participating.
The greatest risk for seed corn maggot injury is when a green manure or animal manure is incorporated just before planting.
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A market analyst discusses the continued grain rally and when in 2021 a market correction could occur.
The Biden Administration will spend $621 billion to repair and construct roads, bridges, rail and inland waterways.
An industry organization is exploring delayed cover crop termination as a way to increase biomass and the beneficial effects of cover crops.
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