Monday, December 5, 2022

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Alabama Agricultural Outlook Conference Slated for Dec. 15

Crop input prices are rising and the agricultural markets are in constant flux. Producers need reliable information as they look toward 2023. The Alabama...

Make Plans to Attend Alabama Row Crops Short Course Dec. 13-14

Alabama producers can brush up on best management practices and prepare for the upcoming growing seasons at the 2022 Alabama Row Crops Short Course. The...

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Stamp out ‘hidden hunger’

New tool evaluates in-season tissue potassium levels, maximizing profitability. • By Trent Roberts • Potassium deficiency is the primary limitation affecting soybean profitability. Producers must carefully manage potassium levels in their soil by knowing when, where...


Clemson releases MyIPM for Row Crops app

⋅ By Denise Attaway ⋅ South Carolina farmers have a new tool this year to help identify and defeat diseases and pests in their row...

Herbicide-resistant weeds? K-State researcher hopes to crush them

A Kansas State University researcher in western Kansas says he may have an innovative way to kill weeds commonly found in farmers' fields: simply...

Editor’s Note

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Listen to Mom’s wisdom when it comes to rotating soybeans

Growing up, you likely heard at least one of these sayings from the so-called “Mom’s Handbook”: “Everything in moderation,” “Too much of a good thing is never good” and/or “variety is the spice of life.” The...

Industry News

Industry News: April 2022

Fungicide seed treatment in North Carolina soybean production As North Carolina growers shift to using earlier soybean planting dates as a mechanism to increase soybean...


University of Arkansas Soybean Economic Notes, Dec. 24, 2021

Bob Stark, agricultural economics professor emeritus with the University of Arkansas’ School of Agriculture and Southeast Research & Extension Center, Monticello, and Jeremy Ross,...

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