Corn: Researchers Find Way to Improve Nitrogen Uptake Aug 4, 2022

    🕔Aug 4, 2022
    Researchers at Kansas State University and scientists at one of the United States’ largest agriscience companies say they have found a way to improve the uptake of nitrogen in field-grown […]

    Michigan: Crop Production and Irrigation Research Field Day, Three Rivers, Aug. 22 Jul 31, 2022

    🕔Jul 31, 2022
    Michigan State University Extension researchers and educators write grants, develop protocols and invest time to conduct on-farm research throughout the state in an attempt to show farmers and agribusinesses the outcomes […]

    Peanuts: ‘Diesel Nut’ Development Brings Texas A&M AgriLife, Chevron Together Jul 23, 2022

    🕔Jul 23, 2022
    Peanut oil powered the world’s first diesel engine when it was premiered by Rudolf Diesel at the World Exposition in Paris in 1900. Now, a collaboration between Chevron and Texas A&M […]

    Corn: Michigan State University Receives $590K Grant for Tar Spot Resistance Research Jul 10, 2022

    🕔Jul 10, 2022
    A team of Michigan State University scientists has received more than $590,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study resistance to tar spot, […]

    Michigan Soybeans: Monitoring for Fungicide Resistance in Sudden Death Syndrome Jul 10, 2022

    🕔Jul 10, 2022
    Michigan State University researchers are asking for your help to collect soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) samples from across Michigan. Graduate student Ryan Hamilton is working on the Michigan Soybean Committee-supported […]

    Crop Insurance: Importance of Historical Weather Info to Setting Premiums Jul 8, 2022

    🕔Jul 8, 2022
    A new study by agricultural economics experts from Texas A&M AgriLife and Virginia Tech makes a strong case for using historical weather information in crop insurance programs for even more accurate […]

    Ag Research: Reduced Public Spending – Being Penny Wise and Pound Foolish – Discussion Jul 2, 2022

    🕔Jul 2, 2022
    For more than a century the US has been a dominant force in world agricultural markets. Much of that influence can be attributed to 1) a large land base amenable […]

    Texas Corn: Drone Data Provides Early Identification of Southern Rust Jun 2, 2022

    🕔Jun 2, 2022
    Texas A&M AgriLife researchers discovered they can predict corn southern rust epidemic outbreaks by utilizing unmanned aerial systems, UAS, or drones, early enough to help prevent economic damage for growers. […]

    Florida Cotton: Study Aims to Improve Nitrogen Rate Guidelines May 23, 2022

    🕔May 23, 2022
    Great news for all of our Florida cotton producers: the nitrogen (N) rate project has started! The UF/IFAS cotton recommendation is 60 units of nitrogen, which has been argued by […]

    Wind Erosion and Nutrient Loss: How Much Soil Is Moving, What Could That Cost Farmers? May 13, 2022

    🕔May 13, 2022
    Two ongoing studies are measuring how much soil is being blown across different fields, and how much nutrients lost with wind erosion might cost farmers. Wind erosion Sometimes you can […]


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