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Workshops feature game birds, prescribed burns
Mississippi workshops on game bird management, prescribed burning
Cotton Incorporated, Phoenix Raceway team up for Blue Jeans Go Green
A recycling program to keep old denim out of landfills and convert it into housing insulation will get a boost from a new partnership between Cotton Incorporated and the Phoenix International Raceway.
Tennessee Grain, Soybeans Conference Feb. 6, Dyersburg
Precision agriculture, seed treatments, and sprayer demonstrations will be highlighted at the 2014 Tennessee Grain and Soybean Producers Conference.
Cotton Leads program
'Responsible' cotton production goal of U.S./Aussie project
The Cotton Foundation project aims specifically at textile brands, retailers and manufacturers who are committed to using cotton that is grown in a “responsible and transparent manner.”
Cotton production and marketing focus of 2014 Beltwide Cotton Conference.
2014 Beltwide Cotton Conferences focus: production, marketing decisions
Making critical cotton production and marketing decisions will be front and center at the 2014 Beltwide Cotton Conferences Jan. 6-8 in New Orleans.
Pigweed is the ‘Satan’ of resistant weeds
There are many herbicide-resistant weeds — and then there is Palmer amaranth pigweed. As weed scientist Aaron Hager says, “Palmer is best described as Satan.”
Top 10 DFP videos of 2012: grain carts, cotton markets, FarmSight technology
From grain carts to congressional spending to cotton markets to FarmSight technology — here are the Top 10 most viewed videos on for 2012.
Top 10 DFP photo galleries of 2012: Delta dirt, cotton beauty, faces of agriculture
From Delta dirt to cotton beauty to the hard-working faces of American agriculture — here are the Top 10 most viewed photo galleries on for 2012 in descending order.
Top 10 DFP blogs of 2012: Silent Spring, GMO bashing and cotton defaults
From Silent Spring to GMO bashing to cotton defaults to the EPA — here are the Top 10 most viewed blogs/columns on for 2012.
Top 10 DFP stories of 2012: Peanuts, cotton gins and farming dreams
From peanuts to new cotton gins to sugarcane to farming dreams — here are the Top 10 most viewed articles on for 2012.
Freakish fire tornado spins across Mississippi wheat field 2
As flames were burning down a harvested wheat field on May 24 at Allen Byrd Farms in Moon Lake, Miss., heavy wind gusts spun a freakish fire tornado high into the air. Dirt devils are a common site in Delta farm fields, but a fire tornado is an extreme rarity.
Delta Farm Press Editor Elton Robinson to help lead Agricenter
Elton Robinson, editor of Delta Farm Press, has been elected vice chairman of the board for Agricenter International in Memphis, Tenn.
Permanent ‘death’ tax passes House
A bill that would make the 2009 estate tax level permanent — 45 percent and $3.5 million per person exemption — has
Crop insurance industry - how healthy?
With the federal deficit growing by billions of dollars daily, Washington observers expect members of Congress to begin
2010 DCP, ACRE signup begins
Enrollment for the 2010 Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP) and the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program
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