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This Georgia Vegetable is in High Demand

This Georgia Vegetable is in High Demand

Georgia's vegetable portfolio is vast and deep, including everything from broccoli to zucchini, even cabbage. Producers are hard at work harvesting this year's cabbage crop. The Monitor’s John Holcomb visited DeMott Produce in Colquitt County.... More
Bumper Crops: Managing Fungicide & Nutrients on Early Season Alfalfa

Bumper Crops: Managing Fungicide & Nutrients on Early Season Alfalfa

What should you do about fungicide applications on alfalfa this spring? What about nutrients? Damon and Dan make recommendations to help farmers manage alfalfa crop health. Use a good integrated pest management plan. Have a plan for the entire season.... More
Weekly Forecast - Al Dutcher

Weekly Forecast - Al Dutcher

Al Dutcher gives us a look at the weather for the week ahead and beyond.... More
IPTV M2M, Market Analyst Matt Bennett

IPTV M2M, Market Analyst Matt Bennett

lowa looks to throttle up ethanol sales. The tally for 2022 climate disasters keeps climbing. Working to repel rabies. Market analysis with Matthew Bennett.... More
Apple Insect Management at Petal Fall

Apple Insect Management at Petal Fall

A talk by Dr. Monique Rivera presented at the 2022 Petal Fall Meeting.... More
Cucurbit IPM - Part 1 The Mildews (Downy and Powdery)

Cucurbit IPM - Part 1 The Mildews (Downy and Powdery)

Downy mildew is an economically important disease of cucumbers and cantaloupe. Powdery mildew is a common concern in pumpkins and squash. Identification, biology and forecasting tools are discussed.... More
Irrigation Land Leveling

Irrigation Land Leveling

Irrigation land leveling is the reshaping of irrigated land to improve irrigation efficiency by ensuring irrigation water is evenly applied across the landscape. This video explores how Steve and Linda White implement this conservation practice on their farm in Gardnerville, Nevada.... More

These Biofuel Changes are Monumental

These Biofuel Changes are Monumental

Monumental changes have just arrived for biofuel and farmers throughout Iowa.... More
Crop Stages of Corn and Soybeans

Crop Stages of Corn and Soybeans

Brian and Darren Hefty describe the different stages of corn and soybeans from emergence to harvest. The crop will change quickly as it matures, each new stage brings new ways to prepare it for getting the most yield possible.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson, OSU Extension grain marketing specialist, breaks down the numbers in the wheat, corn and soybean markets.... More
Night time Heat Stress on Wheat

Night time Heat Stress on Wheat

K-State agronomists Krishna Jagadish and Allan Fritz talk about a research project they're conducting, which is testing the impact of high nighttime temperatures on a wheat stand's ability to produce good yields and qualitygrain...they're artificially introducing controlled heat to wheat overnig... More
the basics of raking & tedding hay

the basics of raking & tedding hay

In this video, the second in our hay making series, I cover the basics of raking and tedding hay. I talk about the best times in the drying process to do each and the different types of rakes and tedders, along with their advantages and disadvantages... More
CropTalk

CropTalk

Topics covered today:Delayed Seeding Strategies Crop Scouting Panel... More
“Variety Licencing 101” – How crop varieties and hybrids are licenced in Canada

“Variety Licencing 101” – How crop varieties and hybrids are licenced in Canada

We invited three industry representatives to provide a high-level overview of public and private variety licencing options for grain crops in Manitoba. Topics covered included Canada’s variety registration system, development of a variety licence agreement, and investments into a breeding... More
Farmers Fueling Country Music

Farmers Fueling Country Music

Chad and Bret Bourquin of Big Time Grain Co. will be fueled by biodiesel as they travel across Iowa during their summer tour.... More
Miravis Prime: Delivering performance and more powerful protection

Miravis Prime: Delivering performance and more powerful protection

See how Miravis® Prime helps keep yield and quality high in grapes, leafy greens, high bush blueberries and strawberries.... More
Grain Markets

Grain Markets

Lakefront Futures and Options Senior Hedge Advisor, Darin Fessler walks gives us his take on where the grain markets are currently and where he sees them going.... More
Can Drones Help Dams?

Can Drones Help Dams?

The partnership between the USDA and the OSU Water Resources Center to use the latest mapping technology to study the structural integrity of dams.... More
Drought, Wildfires and Spring Planting

Drought, Wildfires and Spring Planting

The seed planter operators flipped the heat to the A-C settings almost overnight. An unseasonably warm push of air blasted much of the Midwest as conditions finally started to allow for some fieldwork and eventually planting. The slow start to the 2021 season has put a drag on the national corn ... More
Farmers Return To Fields, Utility Looks For Land

Farmers Return To Fields, Utility Looks For Land

After what seemed like weeks of waiting, producers across the state were able to get in the fields thanks to unseasonably warm weather and lots of sun. The Great Lakes Regional Office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service reports planting of corn and soybeans is now in full swing and a... More
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