Tank contamination may often be the cause of damage
Unique program lets growers compare management.
Changing plant architecture for future gains.
Wider beds and paired rows a sweet win for sugar cane producer.
Renovating or replacing windbreaks can pay.
New ideas reduce nitrogen loss.
Disease pressure is forcing farmers to stretch out their rotations.
Potato genetics are protected in Wisconsin gene bank.
Making the move to organic production.
Computer modeling identifies unique ways to improve the efficiency of turning sunlight into food for the world.
Looking for Carver’s legacy in the modern world.
No-till, markets, and advancing hybrids have corn popping up in some pretty dry places.
Companion crops can cut costs.
Producers want options to control devastating root rot in pea and lentil.
Finding a fit for variable planting can be a challenge.
A new…less expensive…take on soil testing.
Cotton row spacings get a new look.
New winter variety offers producers shelter from fusarium outbreaks.
New reasons to take a look at relay cropping.
Tight margins put new focus on in-season applications.