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Do We Still Only Have 60 Harvests Left?

With the passing of National Ag Day last week, we celebrate what’s been done to improve the sustainability of farming operations, but look ahead to what we must do to preserve and protect food security for future generations. Read More

‘Getting Paid’ for Your No-Till Soil Health

While it may not be an immediate windfall, no-tillers who’ve been doing the right thing to protect and enrich their soils may finally have a chance to cash in on that beyond the money they’ve already saved in fuel, machinery and labor. Read More

Fertilizer & Soil Amendments Product Roundup 2020

Check out the latest fertilizer and soil amendments from some of the industry's leading suppliers. Read More

Tips for Topdressing Wheat with Sulfur

Kansas State University Extension shares some tips for identifying sulfur deficiencies in wheat and recommendations for getting the most from topdressing to improve plant health and yields. Read More

High-Yield Salt Tolerant Wheat Could Boost Global Cereal Production

A new strain of salt-tolerant bread wheat with genes that can be traced back to wild relatives will begin field trials in Australia this year, say researchers from the South Australian Research and Development Institute. Read More
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New Market Opens up for No-Till Switchgrass

Managing marginal ground can be a challenge, but Tennessee farmer Perry Philpott is turning his over to water-efficient, drought-resistant switchgrass to provide biomass for a new market for agricultural pulp. Read More

USDA Service Centers Taking Steps to Help Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus

To help prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2, USDA Service Centers will be open for business by phone appointment only until further notice. Field work will continue with appropriate social distancing. Read More
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Growers Shouldn't Change Planting Plans Due to COVID-19 Market Volatility

The current markets aren't a good basis for making decisions about planting says a crop economist at North Dakota State University Extension. Read More

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