Late-planted cover crop rye won’t delay crimping

Unlike conventional growers who manage cereal rye in the spring with glyphosate, organic growers who no-till or strip-till must crimp the rye.

Crimping must be done at anthesis when the rye enters the reproductive stage and its stems stiffen.

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Some tips to curb bird damage in specialty crops

Vegetable growers deal with a large number of disease, insect and weed pests, which they control with varying levels of satisfaction through cultural, mechanical or chemical means.

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Crop adviser conference set for December at Purdue

Study: Solar arrays could be used for plant productivity

Texas A&M Extension shares information on biopesticides

$1M available for new farmers in New York

Weed management for organic farms focus of USDA award

Pest and nutrient management in caterpillar tunnels

Arrest made in case of Australian strawberry contamination with needles

Resources help veterans find extended service

Some American military veterans struggle to find a new mission after their service in the armed forces ends, but advocates and policymakers are encouraging them to try agriculture.

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California grower taps talents, resources to find success

“I’m blessed that I’ve been able to achieve the goal of farming on my own, and helping others along the way, growing and producing food for thousands of people,” Javier Zamora said.

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Researching, teaching, growing, Homefield Farm operates seamlessly

Virginia Tech senior Riley Golski doesn’t look at the dining hall’s green beans the same way he did as a freshman.

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UGA: Georgia crop damage merits immediate financial help

Advertising rules for H-2A face proposed changes Advertising rules for H-2A face proposed changes

Adavelt fungicide added to Corteva Agriscience selections

Adavelt fungicide added to Corteva Agriscience selections

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, has identified Adav... more

Watermelon samples provided at 2018 Marine Corps Marathon

Watermelon samples provided at 2018 Marine Corps Marathon

Athletes at the 2018 Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) were rewarded with fresh, ... more

MSU awarded North Central IPM Center

MSU awarded North Central IPM Center

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Fo... more

Lorsban should be available for 2019 use, MSU finds

Lorsban should be available for 2019 use, MSU finds

Chlorpyrifos – sold under the trade name Lorsban – should be legal to u... more

Fertilizer use, water quality targeted in California grants

Fertilizer use, water quality targeted in California grants

The California Department of Food and Agriculture's (CDFA) Fertilizer Resea... more

Uvalde AgriLife center donates hydroponic Asian vegetables

Colorado governor’s ag forum opens early bird registration

Arizona’s leafy greens firms plan ‘safe and successful season’

Horticultural center added by Michigan community college

Rancho La Familia Farm growers to keynote outreach conference for Latino growers 

International ag innovation supported by US-signed statement

New standard relating to LED radiation measurements

Seed group backs action supporting plant breeding innovation

LGMA issues response to FDA update on E. coli outbreak findings

Findings from romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak; FDA’s plans


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