Corteva Agriscience is providing more options for farmers to save on crop protection products with a simpler TruChoice offer and its biggest giveaway opportunity yet.
Fall is a joyful and stressful time for farmers as they work to harvest their fields, market their grain and keep their business thriving. There are many long days and even longer nights, many missed events with friends and family members, many sacrifices made.
Beck’s Hybrids added organic corn, soybeans and wheat to its portfolio nearly 20 years ago that it continues to grow, bolstered by increased consumer demand.
Oftentimes, the window from the combine reveals agronomic challenges that may have been overlooked during the growing season. If goosenecked or downed corn is found in a field, it may be an indicator of corn rootworm damage
By harvest time, there is very little to be done to combat corn rootworm other than planning how to manage the billion-dollar pest next season. Integrated pest management practices are key to keeping next year’s corn rootworm larvae from damaging cornfields.
New seed treatment products to protect corn and soybeans from early-season problems were a topic of discussion at the Farm Progress Show.
A new series of corn hybrids and soybean varieties that provide multiple trait options was unveiled at the Farm Progress Show.
The fast-paced and ever-changing world of agriculture technology can be daunting for those considering a move into that realm — some have, some may and some won’t.
No matter when they were planted, soybeans in the southern part of Illinois are looking good as harvest draws near.
Jason Harmon is ready to see the 2021 Indiana corn crop. “I am excited for this harvest. I think a lot of people are. I want to see these combines start going and see what we have on this crop for 2021,” said Harmon, DEKALB Asgrow technical agronomist for northern Indiana.