- Spring Weed Update: Weeds - 10; Corn Planting - 0
Cold spring has raised a healthy team of weeds, tempting farmers to consider burndown control before corn planting. Consider these options.
- Northeast Ag Producer Optimism Keeps Growing
Ag economy is "looking up" for Northeast producers surveyed by Farm Credit East, with almost 30% expecting to grow their businesses by more than 10%.
- Next-Gen Seed and Plant Biologicals Already Growing
A growth wave of biological treatments for plants and seeds is just getting underway, promising to improve yields and boost farm productivity.
- CWD-infected Deer Likely To Cluster Here
Deer infected with chronic wasting disease are most likely to be found in "easy" terrain low-lying and developed areas.
- New Maryland Law Extends Farm Vehicle Range To 25 Miles
Maryland's new K-tag law extends distance that Class K registered farm vehicles can run on the roads from 10 miles to 25 miles and curbs fraud.
- Juneberry: The Next Big 'Super Fruit'?
Interest is growing coast-to-coast about Juneberry's potential as a high-value food crop. Northeast researchers explore its adaptation.
- Get Ready For The Dairy Producer Margin Protection Program
USDA's new dairy safety net, the Dairy Producer Margin Protection Program, kicks in after September 1. Here's what we know now.
- Facebook: It's A Fast-connect With Farm Food Customers
Facebook is a social media 'wrench' that belongs in every farm food marketing toolbox.
- FDA Urged To Reconsider Proposed Animal Feed Safety Rules
Food Safety Modernization Act's proposed animal feed rules would negatively impact farms, mills and feed manufacturers, contends Pa. Ag Secretary.
- Time To Kill Your Conservation Cover Crops
Timing of when you kill or terminate conservation cover crops may impact corn yields, especially if you've planted triticale, suggests an On-Farm Network study.