Yield Editor: Improving the Harvest Process

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USDA-ARS’s Cropping Systems and Water Quality Research Unit in Columbia, Mo., is helping farmers correct and analyze their yield data more efficiently and more effectively.

Betaseed Offers New Cercospora-Tolerant Hybrids

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CR+ trait available for growers in Southern Minnesota, MinnDak and Michigan growing areas

Calendar: Farmer Veteran Coalition Virtual Conference

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Veterans gather in service to America a second time by feeding the nation

Fumasi Named Head of RaboResearch North America

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Agribusiness researcher and economist leads team to serve Rabobank and Rabo AgriFinance clients

Irrigation Association Scholarship Program Now Open

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Open to students at two- and four-year institutions of higher education, the Irrigation Association scholarship program provides students with financial support. Students who are pursuing irrigation-related degrees and careers are encouraged to apply.

Four Benefits of Mobile Drip Irrigation

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Mobile drip irrigation combines center pivot irrigation and drip irrigation technology for agricultural irrigation, and the benefits are literally saving farms.

IA to Host Virtual Ag Irrigation Summit

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The Irrigation Association is hosting its first Agricultural Irrigation Summit on Nov. 5, 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Eastern.

When One Season Ends, Another Begins

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With the craziness of the year, let’s look at the season from four different locations across the U.S.

American Crystal Harvest Is a Wrap

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The 17-day harvest, which began Sept. 30 and concluded Oct. 16, is the fastest in at least 25 years.

AGCO Names Parker-Smith Director of Global Sustainability

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Newly created role to bring broader vision for sustainability across the company

Alberta Beet Growers Host Harvest Tour

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Sugarbeets are a unique crop to southern Alberta, and one that many locals don’t know is grown in Canada.

Caltec Ag Partners with Locus

New Products, News

Wyoming Sugar Growers Bounce Back with Strong 2020 Crop

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Hard early freezes in 2019 were a major challenge for Wyoming Sugar and its farmers, but weather this fall is making the 2020 crop look very promising.

Intro to Recordkeeping for Farm Businesses

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Learn the basics of farm accounting in this short article.

Building Trust in the Food Supply

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A unique partnership is working together to promote profitable conservation practices and share those achievements with the public.

Technology Reduces Farm Labor Needs

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As farmers continue to struggle with labor shortages, technology steps in with innovative tools to help bridge the gap.