Monday, September 20, 2021

Breaking News

New Clemson app helps farmers manage grain moisture content

Corn harvest is underway and soybean harvest will soon begin in South Carolina. To help farmers make decisions related to storing or field drying...

Soils, cropping systems specialist joins MU Delta Research Center

Justin S. Calhoun starts Sept. 1 as a University of Missouri Extension state specialist in soils and cropping systems. He will be based at...

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...


Protect your investment; scout for stink bugs, defoliators through R7

• By Dominic Reisig • Although stink bugs were light across North Carolina (with a few exceptions) in corn and cotton, they will stack up...

Watch out for stink bugs and kudzu bugs

• By Sandy Steckel and Scott Stewart • Many soybeans in Tennessee have entered the reproductive stages, and this is a critical time for scouting...

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

Asgrow plans to introduce 24 XtendFlex varieties for 2022

Asgrow plans to introduce 24 XtendFlex soybean varieties nationally for 2022, raising the total number of available varieties to 71 for the upcoming growing...


University of Arkansas Soybean Economic Notes, Sept. 17, 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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