Cover Crops a Good Replacement in Weather Damaged Fields – DTN Jul 21, 2014

    🕔Jul 21, 2014
    Major weather events have left a mark on the landscape again this year. Unplanted areas or damaged crops are evident in pockets across the Corn Belt. While unfortunate, there’s a […]

    Legumes Effects on Soil Health, Nitrogen-Fixation – Video Jun 6, 2014

    🕔Jun 6, 2014
    Legumes in cash crops and cover crops use natural symbiotic relationships with rhizobia to get nitrogen into the soil. North Carolina State University’s Dr. Julie Grossman is working to unlock […]

    Peanuts: Research Opens Door for More Productive, Resilient Varieties Apr 3, 2014

    🕔Apr 3, 2014
    The International Peanut Genome Initiative — a multinational group of crop geneticists who have been working in tandem for the last several years — has successfully sequenced the peanut’s genome. […]

    Ohio Livestock: Frost Seeding Easy, Inexpensive Way to Improve Pastures Mar 18, 2014

    🕔Mar 18, 2014
    Producers looking for an easy, inexpensive way to improve their pastures and hay fields can consider taking advantage of the still-frozen grounds and try frost seeding now for green pastures […]

    Florida: Warm Season Legumes Help Deer Nutrition and Antler Growth Mar 14, 2014

    🕔Mar 14, 2014
    To the chagrin of hunters across the Panhandle, deer season has drawn to a close. As the days lengthen and temperatures begin to climb many of the area’s outdoorsmen (and […]


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