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A farmer explains to an interviewer the benefits of having GPS technology available in the ag sector.
The moths belong to the Pyralidae family, the same family that includes the lesser cornstalk borer.
A 30-feet downwind buffer to sensitive area/crops is required for Enlist One and Enlist Duo applications.
Crops will require deep soil moisture during the hot and dry days of summer to produce sustainable yields.
The USDA is making $6 billion in payments to farmers affected by natural disasters in 2020 and 2021.
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A producer calls a new bill outlining biofuel standards "monumental" for farmers.
A grain marketing specialist breaks down corn, soybean, and wheat market numbers and explains why prices are high.
Agronomists discuss research they're conducting which tests the impact of high nighttime temperatures on a wheat stand's ability to produce good yields.