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EPA Close to Clearing Legal Backlog, Working on Herbicide, Insecticide Strategy Incorporating the Endangered Species Act

⋅ BY MARY HIGHTOWER ⋅ Lack of personnel and sketchy maps are among the stumbling blocks as the Environmental Protection Agency works pesticide approvals through...

AgCenter Opens Application Process for its Leadership Class

⋅ BY CRAIG GAUTREAUX ⋅ The LSU AgCenter Agricultural Leadership Development Program is now accepting applications for Class XIX, which is scheduled to begin in...

Cover Story

Early Soybean Production System

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How Change in the Planting System Influenced the South ⋅ BY DANNY E. BRADSHAW ⋅ With the success across the South in growing indeterminate soybeans and the Early Soybean Production System (ESPS), many questions remain about the history of the system. Early planted, indeterminate soybeans of the appropriate maturity group (mainly IV and early V) have made significant contributions to the...

Features

The Importance of the Check-off: Arkansas

A Look at Current and Future Soybean Research Across Two States in the South ARKANSAS Shaping the Future of Agriculture: Innovations in Soybean Research Five University...

IMPACT Agronomics

Revolutionizing the research and consulting model ⋅ BY CASSIDY NEMEC ⋅ EDITOR In 1984, Peele Agricultural Consulting, Inc. was launched in Beaufort, North Carolina, by Bill Peele....

Editor’s Note

A consultant’s touch

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When I was little, people would always ask me what my dad did for a living. I would always respond, beaming, and say, “He’s an agricultural consultant!”  “Oh, he must work in an office at a big firm,” they would say to me. I would quickly enlighten them on the exciting, at times grueling, strategic and all around “really cool” outdoor occupation that is agricultural consulting. No big, fancy offices,...

Industry News

Clemson & S.C. State’s AgrAbility Broadens Accessibility in...

This program will help the South Carolina agricultural community develop barrier-free farming. – Dale Layfield, Clemson associate professor of agricultural education Aging and ailments limit some...

Marketing

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

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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