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Arizona Federal Court Vacates over-the-top Dicamba Registration

⋅ BY DREW VIGUET ⋅ A federal court in Arizona has overturned the 2020 dicamba registrations that allowed over-the-top applications of three dicamba products, XtendiMax,...

Smart Agriculture: Farming in the Digital Age

Mizzou’s new Digital Agriculture Research and Extension Center will enhance research, education and outreach in emerging digital technologies for farming. Nearly one-third of Missouri's economy...

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IMPACT Agronomics

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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. Later changed to IMPACT Agronomics, Inc., Peele began one of...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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