From a cold, wet spring that forced a late planting to June storms that left many Midwestern farmers assessing hail damage, the 2022 growing season got off to a bumpy start across much of the Corn Belt. Fortunately, farmers...
USDA has announced available funding for the Bioproduct Pilot Program, which was established through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that was signed into law last November. The pilot program, which was a priority of the American Soybean Association...
Corteva Agriscience, BASF and MS Technologies today announced they have entered into a mutually beneficial trait licensing agreement to develop next-generation Enlist E3 soybeans with the nematode resistant soybean (NRS) trait for farmers in the United States and Canada....
U.S. corn and soybean condition ratings declined last week as hot, dry weather in many key growing areas impacted crops. Temperatures in most of the region have been mild to start the week, but could turn hot again ahead...
In a move designed to provide additional, efficacious solutions for growers of traditional row crops, leading ag bio companies Certis Biologicals and Novozymes are jointly developing their technologies as solutions for highly effective control of fungal disease. Field trials...
Arkansas may no longer print the slogan on its license plates, but the state is indeed the "land of opportunity" for gathering farm bill insight important to growers. On June 17, the Senate Agriculture Committee's second field hearing, 2023 Farm...
Golden Harvest shared new data today showcasing the top yield performance of Golden Harvest® brand soybean varieties with the Enlist E3® soybean trait technology when compared directly against competitors. In addition to yield potential benefits, these varieties offer herbicide...
BRANDT is rolling out two new nutrient-based seed treatments: BRANDT EnzUp® Grain ST and BRANDT SeedZone Zn. Designed for use on corn, wheat, rice and potatoes, BRANDT EnzUp Grain ST is a breakthrough in the enzyme category. This proprietary enzyme...
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve Board released its May 2022 Beige Book update, a summary of commentary on current economic conditions by Federal Reserve District. The report included several observations pertaining to the U.S. agricultural economy. * Sixth District- Atlanta– “Agricultural conditions...
U.S. corn and soybean planting is close to normal after the slow start to the season. Still, delays due to wet weather persist in some areas, including northern portions of the Midwest and Plains. The USDA says that as of...
Translate Web in Your Language »