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Pesticides among discussions for May 24 Mid-South ‘Early Bird’ Session

⋅ BY DREW VIGUET ⋅ NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LAW CENTER Years of controversy, recent litigation and amended regulation of agricultural pesticides are changing and molding the farming...

Growers could step up corn, rice production in ‘23

⋅ BY ROBERT NATHAN GREGORY ⋅ MSU EXTENSION SERVICE If the newest Mississippi planting forecast holds, more corn and rice will be produced in 2023 compared...

Cover Story

Soybean variety selection

A combination of factors to consider for your fields. ⋅ BY CASSIDY NEMEC ⋅ Associate Editor When it comes to selecting soybean varieties for the 2023 season, it’s never too early to consider what factors might play...


Soybeans: Liming and Fertilization

S oybeans grow best on soils of medium-to-high fertility and with favorable soil pH. Maximum yields are possible only when producers meet plant nutritional requirements...

LSU AgCenter hires agronomist for soybeans, sugarcane

⋅ By Kenneth Gautreaux ⋅ Andre Reis was born and raised in the big city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, but at 16, he decided he...

Editor’s Note

A consultant’s touch

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...

Industry News

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

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...


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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