Planting Patrol: For farmers near the Chesapeake Bay, nutrient management is important all year long There’s one thing that can be guaranteed during planting season: It’s going to be different than last year. With all
Planting Patrol: Ohio farmer-leader studied protein and oil content, herbicide-resistance attributes to land on varieties he’ll plant this year Wet weather around the country has delayed many farmers from planting, and Ohio is no different.
Planting Patrol: Arkansas farmer will rely on modern technology to produce crop despite early rains Derek Haigwood is getting anxious. Weeks of rain showers and thunderstorms have put him behind in his planting schedule. And
Planting Patrol: Weeds and insects are waiting for him, but for now, Georgia farmer waits on the weather Weather, weeds and bugs, oh my! Right now, Georgia farmer Walter Godwin’s playing the waiting game as
By Jolene Brown Performance evaluation! Those two words often send everyone in family-farm businesses right to the shop, barn or kitchen where they can stay busy and not have to deal with people. Yet evaluation,