Hesston by Massey Ferguson released its 100,000th windrower at its Hesston, Kansas, plant March 29. Hesston introduced the self-propelled windrower to the agricultural harvesting world more than 60 years ago....More
Recently, the weed science and agricultural communities lost one of those people who worked behind the curtain to make our jobs in Extension that much easier. Dr. Ted M. Webster, a USDA-ARS research agronomist in Tifton, Ga., passed away Feb. 16. He was 46....More
How can producers turn negative returns into positive returns? It is going to take a combination of several factors: better marketing, managing costs and producing the maximum economical yields....More
According to NOAA’s U.S. Spring Outlook released March 16 areas of the country still under water from torrential rainfall last week have an elevated risk of moderate flooding through the rest of the season....More
DuPont and The Dow Chemical Company Feb. 19 announced the U.S. sites and structure for the agriculture company that will be created following the separation of DowDuPont into three independent, publicly traded companies....More
EPA has granted a Section 3 registration for the application of Brake herbicide pre-emergence in cotton, providing growers with a different mode of action to use in their ongoing struggle with herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth....More
Crop insurance pays most often on drought in the Southeast. But South Carolina’s epic flood at harvest in 2015 resulted in catastrophic losses. Crop insurance is not designed to make you whole and some lessons were learned in South Carolina....More
This year's Southern Farm Show drew 30,000 people to the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh Feb. 3-5. Once again, the show presented an opportunity for farmers from throughout the Carolinas and Virginia to see the newest in farm equipment, network with peers and gain valuable information they can take back to their farms.