Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame Honors Homnoke Rice Farmer Chris Isbell Mar 10, 2023

    🕔Mar 10, 2023
    LITTLE ROCK, AR – Chris Isbell, who was inducted into the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame last week, has been contributing to agriculture since he was a child. He was […]

    Arkansas Farmers, Consultants Asked to Take Part in Survey About Precision Agriculture Dec 8, 2022

    🕔Dec 8, 2022
    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Researchers wanting to know how Arkansas farmers, consultants and other professionals use precision agriculture have launched a survey to find the answers. The survey will remain open until Jan. 31. […]

    Arkansas Rice: Harvest Winding Down; Preliminary Performance Trial Data Oct 8, 2022

    🕔Oct 8, 2022
    A quarter or less of the rice crop is left to harvest and a change in the weather is forecast for next week (rain and a temperature drop).  Variability seems […]

    Arkansas: Weedy Rice – Research Uncovers 2 Pathways to Herbicide Resistance Oct 5, 2022

    🕔Oct 5, 2022
    Researchers in Arkansas and Missouri have confirmed two genetic pathways that lead to herbicide resistance in weedy rice, a major pest for Arkansas rice growers. Most herbicide-resistant weedy rice in […]

    Arkansas Rice Industry Donates Over 214,900 Pounds of Rice in Honor of Rice Month Sep 30, 2022

    🕔Sep 30, 2022
    The Arkansas rice industry donated 214,900 pounds of rice to the Arkansas Foodbank in honor of National Rice Month today. The donation from seven mills will provide over 1.6 million servings of […]

    Arkansas Cover Crops: Lower Seeding Rates Produce Same Results for Winter Legumes Sep 22, 2022

    🕔Sep 22, 2022
    When it comes to seeding rates for winter legume cover crops, more seed doesn’t necessarily mean much more biomass production and weed suppression. A recent study for specialty crop growers […]

    Arkansas: Cost of Burning Crop Residue Not Just Lost Nitrogen Sep 19, 2022

    🕔Sep 19, 2022
    The common practice in Arkansas of burning crop residue comes at the cost of soil nutrient levels and lost potential to build soil health with carbon. Trent Roberts, professor of […]

    Arkansas: Long-Term Soil Health Study Shows Benefits of Carbon Sequestration Sep 19, 2022

    🕔Sep 19, 2022
    Just because microbes work faster in the heat and humidity of the South does not necessarily mean farmers in Arkansas cannot take advantage of them to help sequester carbon from […]

    Arkansas Rice: Harvest Remains Slow but Yields “Solid;” Soybean Desiccant Drift Sep 5, 2022

    🕔Sep 5, 2022
    Harvest progress still remains slow at this point without much to update.  Still calling yield reports “solid” so far with most seeming satisfied and only a couple of disappointments.  More […]

    Arkansas: Effects of Pandemic Show in Latest Ag Profile Sep 4, 2022

    🕔Sep 4, 2022
    The 2022 edition of the Arkansas Agriculture Profile shows some of the varied effects of the COVID pandemic on the state’s ag sector. The report is authored by Jennie Popp, interim associate […]


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