New Smithsonian display shows how ag helped make America great As far back as 2009, Illinois farmer Sharon Covert had discussions with Smithsonian Institution staff about its agriculture exhibits. Her efforts will pay off July 1 when the new American Enterprise exhibit opens at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. More on
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What to watch for to make sure you’re getting the most efficient use of your water Many soybean plants will soon be at the critical reproductive stage, when a crop can use a quarter-inch of water per day. According to Mississippi State University Irrigation Specialist Jason Krutz, irrigation should begin at a pre-determined soil-moisture threshold,
Preliminary Research Shows Soybean Yield Bump From Honey Bees The world of agriculture is abuzz with interest in honey bees these days. While the primary concern for most involved is the health and vitality of honey bee populations, many are also interested in the impact honey bees have on crops they have not traditionally been
Smithsonian exhibition features farmer stories and artifacts Whether talking about the use of modern technology and crop production or tracing the history of farming, farmers are the best sources of information. They’re also the ones with the best stories about how agriculture helped shape America. More on the Smithsonian Exhibit: Farmers Help Smithsonian Exhibit Give