In their weekly Crop Progress and Conditions Report, USDA pointed out what farmers already know: crops are behind, and their condition isn’t really improving.
Forecasters say more than a foot of rain has fallen in parts of Louisiana.
USDA says condition ratings are on the rise for corn and soybeans from farmers say they'll need more time in order to finish the crop this fall.
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says to look for some big changes in the next root zone moisture map.
Small seeds of ideas can often be nurtured and grown into something useful and meaningful. That’s what we have accomplished with our 10th annual Seed Guide.
The market is communicating through trends, carry and production but it's up to farmers to watch for those signals according to Darin Newsom.
We have been hearing about the promises of biotechnology for decades, and we have been able to reap some of the rewards in the form of insect- and herbicide-resistant crops.
There’s a lot of promise packed in microbials. These tiny organisms, also known as biologicals, could hold the key to unlocking yields — and companies are investing more time & money into discovering their potential.
Safeguard your cover crop by eliminating weeds, chaff and dirt
For 27 years, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer have studied numerous aspects of planting and seed. Take what they’ve learned to your fields.
Seed selection drives defensive decisions for weeds, diseases and insects
China is responding after President Trump accused China last week of not promptly buying more U.S. agriculture products.
Rewards and Risks of Buying Seed Online
Farmers increasingly turn to neighbors to source seed.
In low commodity years, find what works for each field
From a self-made machine to a reliable retailer, four farmers share their experiences with treating soybeans
Clearly, value-added production is not entirely a modern invention. Studying historical planting methods could boost our satisfaction yields and diversify our chances of happiness.
Take a look at the global adoption of Bt corn, cotton and soybeans in countries where the biotech crops are grown on more than 2,400 acres.
Policies for returned seed corn vary by company. Here‘s what often happens to that seed.
Japanese Beetles Are On The Move In Corn And Soybeans