Archive for June, 2013
AUSTIN, Texas (DTN) — Ben Hendrix grew up on an irrigated farm in northeastern Colorado, joining the FFA in high school and partnering on his first farmland purchase with profits from his own sweet corn sideline.
• Based on a few corn field assessments and some ditch bank sweepings, we seem to have more that our usual level of plant bugs so far this season.
Twenty-four U.S. senators are calling on the Environmental Protection Agency respond to allegations that it has leaked thousands of farmers’ private information to environmental groups.
An agricultural tool as small as a thumb can mean the difference between a 25 to 50 percent increase or decline in crop yields
Field trials conducted in the past two years in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia are providing valuable insights into how Southeastern cotton producers can battle thrips infestations.
A ledger notebook, pencil and eraser were adequate tools 25 years ago…
The most destructive adversary to impact cotton production since the boll weevil is costing cotton farmers potential yields and profit.