Weed Science Society of America Endorses Strategies to Reduce the Threat of Herbicide Resistance to Agricultural Productivity
Heavy infestations of cutworms have been observed by Dave Scantlin (crop consultant, The Amalgamated Sugar Company) in sugar beet fields in Jerome, We
The Supreme Court will examine Arizona's Immigration Law this week. It is the second major challenge to federal power that the justices have to look a
The early 1970s were transitional in many ways for U.S. citizens.
Half of all Valentine’s Day shoppers headed to the candy aisle, according to the National Retail Federation.
The 2012 ASGA Annual Meeting was held in February at the Swan Resort in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla.
Kelly Erickson of Hallock, Minn., became the president of the ASGA for 2012.
An updated jobs analysis by Don L. Coursey, Ph.D., Ameritech Professor of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago Harris School, shows atra
World record sugarbeet grower, Ben Abatti, Jr. of Baja Farms, was honored at the California Beet Growers annual meeting for setting a yield record usi
Currently, some Jokers are being used in sugarbeet land with center-pivot irrigation.
A new smartphone application, or “App,” is available as a free download for both iPhone and Android users to access soil survey information.
Four Case IH products have been selected to receive the prestigious 2012 AE50 awards.
The United States remained the primary backer of biotech crop technology in 2011, but adoption has spread internationally.
The 2966 Twin Row Residue Manager, from Yetter Farm Equipment, partners with newer model John Deere, hydraulic- drive, twin-row planters.
Waterloo, Iowa—Deere & Co., already in the midst of a $100 million upgrade of its foundry operation in Waterloo, will add an additional $70 million in
Often our publication, Sugar Producer includes announcements and notices or summaries of events, research, and items that are of interest to the sugar
The month of April is a very special one in my view.
There are four key elements of completing a farm bill this year that, at the moment, are very problematic.
Bobcat brings innovation to compact equipment with the introduction
Onset now offers the HOBOware 3.3, a new version of the company’s graphing and analysis software that dramatically speeds up deployment time in energy
American Agri-Women recently drafted resolutions to address issues and threats to agriculture. Representatives from this all-volunteer coalition of mo
DuPont Crop Protection Herbicides, Insecticides and Crop Protection Plus
Value and options are two words that best describe the new Case IH Farmall 100A Series tractors.
Rep. Frank Lucas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, released a statement reiterating his support for America's farmers and ranchers and rej
In work that could cut back on insecticide use, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have found a way to distinguish aphids that spread pl
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced that it is dedicating the month of April to s
Arysta LifeScience Corporation just announced the immediate suspension of product sales for all formulations of the fumigant MIDAS in the United State
More than 25,000 “field” or agriculture robots will be sold by 2015—about the same as robots for military use, according to the International Federati
Jason Weller, chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service says when it comes to addressing water quality/nutrient management issues in the U.S
The global sugar surpluses for this year and the next are narrowing as rising population means accelerating demand in developing nations from China to
ABERDEEN, Idaho—An Idaho USDA agricultural researcher sees potential to breed desirable traits in crops by exposing them to stressful environments, ba
An unprecedented flood of sugar imports from Mexico has sent refined sugar prices spiraling down 57 percent in the past 24 months. As a result, prices
WOOSTER, Ohio—All the Washington talk lately has been on the shutdown, which began Oct. 1 after Congress failed to reach a budget to fund the federal