Oligmueller Earns Betaseed Scholarship

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Betaseed recently announced Megan Oligmueller as Betaseed’s 2019 scholarship winner in the Western Sugar south area. Oligmueller was awarded a $500 scholarship.

Lamar Joins BHN Humic Research Team

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On May 1, Richard Lamar joined Bio Huma Netics, Inc. (BHN) as senior director of humic research. He brings a tremendous amount of skills, experience and knowledge of humic substances to BHN.

Wilbur-Ellis Acquires Ag Services, Inc.

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Company expands its presence and capabilities in the Coachella Valley

Nebraska: A Hotbed for New Plant Diseases?

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Although plant pathology was not officially recognized as distinct from botany until 1920, the study of plant diseases had been practiced in Nebraska since 1884 with the arrival of the eminent botanist Charles Bessey.

How Will Autonomy Change Farming?

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With more and more machines replacing typical farming roles, it leads to the question: How will autonomy change farming?

Farmers Losing Grip on American Food Dollar

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According to a report recently released by USDA-ERS, U.S. farmers and ranchers earn just 14.6 cents for every dollar American consumers spend on food.

Michigan Growers Having Rough Start to Season

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This year’s growing season has been difficult so far for farmers. All crops, sugarbeets in particular, are about a month behind.

The High Stakes of Farm Stress

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Meg Moynihan used to work with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s organic program. Now she calls herself the ag department’s “farm stress lady.”

AgriClime Creates Confidence to Invest in a Better Crop

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Participants in Syngenta's program can receive up to 30 percent cash back on qualifying Syngenta products, if certain weather thresholds are not met during the offer period.

Opinion: Ag Faces a Scientific Innovation Drought

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Agricultural research and development funding has an estimated return on investment of 20 to 1. But the federal government’s support for the scientific innovation needed by this sector has run dry, and our farmers have lost ground to overseas competitors.

Growers Show Resilience in Overcoming Natural Disasters

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When Mother Nature dealt out natural disasters over the past year, rural communities responded with resilience.

Reducing Irrigation Costs

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Tips for reducing irrigation costs while keeping yields and returns up.

Innovations for a Shrinking Agricultural Workforce

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As the labor supply to U.S. farms continues to contract, farmers will have to invest in labor-saving technologies if they wish to remain competitive in a global economy.

What Would Happen If RoundUp Went Away?

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In a worst-case scenario, what would happen if the world’s most widely used herbicide were to be removed from the shelves tomorrow? The impact—particularly for sugarbeet growers—would be significant.

Premier Crop Systems Maximizes Field Profitability

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Do you know how much it costs you to raise a bushel of grain or hundredweight of potatoes in each unique part of your field—that is, as your productivity changes across the field?