Farmers balance weed management, crop performance and sustainability on their farm Farmers are moving toward no-till practices, but many still rely on tillage to control weeds. Thinking ahead to the new planting season, it’s important to know which option is best for your farm. Purdue University associate professor Bryan Young, Ph.D., says the deep-till method
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Four weed-management tactics you can still implement this year If a management plan for combatting herbicide resistance isn’t part of your operation yet, experts say it’s never too late to start. While there are many steps that farmers can take, weed scientists from around the country say starting with even a few practices can go
Step 1: Know which weeds you have. Step 2: Kill them by any means necessary. Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result isn’t just one definition of insanity; it’s also a recipe for herbicide-resistant weeds. Over the past two decades, the convenience and effectiveness of post-emergence glyphosate applications led
Looking at Biodiesel through a Chicken House Window Biodiesel production provides an often overlooked benefit to poultry and livestock farmers – savings on soybean meal to feed their animals. As biodiesel demand rises, so does the demand for soybean oil. The added demand increases soybean crush volume, which puts more soybean meal on the market.