Saturday, June 19, 2021

Breaking News

In light of flooding, should I replant? It depends….

• By Jeremy Ross • With the exceptional rainfall we have had over the past two weeks, especially in southern Arkansas, I have had numerous...

Soil management immediately after the flood

• By Larry Oldham • Flooding is challenging Mississippi families, homes and farms again, hence, this should be a review for many readers. The first...

Cover Story

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Glufosinate resistance emerges in Arkansas pigweed

• By Ryan McGeeney • There are some things that, even when you know it’s coming, no one’s happy when it gets here. Tom Barber, Extension weed scientist for the University of Arkansas System Division of...


Insect control key to successful double-crop soybean management

Insect control will play a major role in the management of double-crop soybeans after wheat harvest is completed, said an Oklahoma State University Extension...

Governor declares emergency as rain, flooding continue in SE Arkansas

• By Ryan McGeeney • Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared a state of emergency Thursday in response to the record rainfall and flooding in the...

Editor’s Note

Vicky Boyd

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

Mark your calendars for June 16 UT Weed Tour

The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will host the annual Weed Tour on Wednesday, June 16, at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education...


University of Arkansas Soybean Economic Notes, June 18, 2021

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

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