In this edition - March 22, 2019
With another growing year approaching, experts advise farmers know their soil to get the most out of their fields.
As spring approaches, the crop protection community is set to work with producers to help stem the tide of herbicide resistance, encouraging the use of multiple modes of effective action for weed control , rather than a single method.
Old man winter is finally releasing his icy grip on Canada as a rapid warming in temperatures is expected during the second half of March. Hopefully, this should turn out to be the end of the brutal winter weather that has covered most of Canada over the past month.
African swine fever is an emerging threat to the agriculture sector worldwide, though quantifying the danger remains up for debate.
Are you on top of your farm financial fitness? Find out more about your sector’s operating expense ratio and what you can do to stay strong in 2019.
Sound advice for anyone interested in getting into agriculture.
Cow numbers have stopped their decline and beef price spread with the U.S. is shrinking.
Oat research and development continues despite industry and government funding cuts.
A harsh late winter storm broadsided a vast swathe of the U.S. agriculture industry this week as heavy snow closed roads and buried cattle in the Plains while excessive rain flooded Midwest farm fields and swamped grain elevators.