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A farmer talks about the benefits of short corn and how it's influencing his farm's seed decisions moving forward.
Used cooking oil, waste animal fat and synthetic aromatic kerosene made from corn made up the fuel used in the flight.
A powerful tool has emerged for farmers seeking to navigate the market without delving into the complexities of futures and options trading.
In its final crop report for the 2023 growing season, the USDA pegged the condition of the American winter wheat crop at 50% good to excellent.
Hidden hunger describes plants that look healthy but are experiencing a nutrient deficiency that could harm yield.
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A farmer answers the question: if no-till is so great, why isn't everyone doing it?
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