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Sitemap - April 2014
Are you an efficient furrow irrigator?
Comment period for registration of Enlist Duo begins
Zone application of Telone producing economic cotton yield returns
Mid-South farmer joins cotton leaders program
Consultants find ease, multiple uses for ‘drones’ in agriculture
Delta Council annual meeting May 30
Deputy Agriculture Secretary to keynote 79th Delta Council Day
Arkansas fields flooded by heavy rains
No easy button for controlling nematodes in cotton
Friday, April 25, 2014
Wolves of Wall Street: poised to gobble up U.S. farmland?
Trimble Irrigate-IQ now available in North America
Mid-South Cotton Production Guide now online
Reducing costs may help cotton producers stay in business
Despite encroaching development, Boyds continue family farming
Mid-South soybean crop about to have huge new market?
Warning: This column contains sensible information about GMOs
Solving the root-knot nematode dilemma in cotton
For 2014: Maybe a few bumps in the road?
Agriculture's good times: Will they continue in 2014?
Wheat Disease Identification
Friday, April 18, 2014
Louisiana wheat crop struggles with cold temperatures
Pioneering plant breeder aiming to double world corn production
First annual Agricultural Law Conference set for May 16
Be alert for diseases as 2014 wheat crop begins final lap
Can U.S. Congress put a stop to state labeling initiatives?
Arkansas making irrigation schedule training priority
Northeast Louisiana wheat crop dodges a bullet from cold temperatures
Steve Skelton: Overcoming tragedy to keep farm going
Weather market in cotton – could be a volatile ride
A change in global warming perspective?
How best to deal with resistant barnyardgrass?
Resistant barnyardgrass, yellow nutsedge studied at University of Arkansas
New weed scouting tool available for southern growers
Expect to manage risk more on your own
New farm bill: You’ll need to be better at managing risk
Fun on the farm: It’s easier to bury tradition than a child
Increasing crop diversity calls for new crop protection products
Anti-pesticide looneys and conspiracy theorists
Friday, April 11, 2014
Rice planting in the Mid-South moving ‘in slow motion’
Clock is ticking on 2014 rice crop
Will Louisiana corn fields recover from massive rains?
GM-labeling legislation would set federal standards
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Developing nations major contributors to pollution, climate change emissions
Water problems stalk India rice producers
Agricultural Production Training May 26-June 6 at Mississippi Delta Community College
Entomologists working to solve seed treatment puzzle
Arkansas designated primary peanut-producing state
The Syngenta Photography Award seeks entries
Disaster program sign-up starts April 15 for farmers, ranchers
Climate change: For two centuries a lot of debate, not much action
Family makes 47 years of farming memorable
Crop prices favoring more soybeans, less corn
Feeding a growing world points to need for ag chemicals, GMOs
$5-an-acre treatments mounting up for Missouri producer
How will delayed spring affect final corn acres?
Friday, April 4, 2014
Residual herbicides - stack or overlap in every crop
Willmar introduces Redball Gen II Broadcast Spray-Hoods
Producer decisions can mean profit or loss for peanuts
Nominations open for Mississippi Farm Bureau programs
Herbicide resistance confirmed in Tennessee chickweed
DuPont Trivence herbicide now available for soybean
New soybean line resistant to multiple nematode populations, fungal pathogens
$2.4 million in soy checkoff-funded projects address irrigation, weeds
More wells need in voluntary metering program
Ag chemicals, GMOs critical to increase world food output
Wilbur-Ellis announces upgrade for AgVerdict precision ag software
Narrow/twin rows can work well with peanuts
Contamination, regulatory issues ongoing concerns for ginners
Monsanto announces grants to fight corn rootworm
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