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    How Late Planting Affects Disease Control

    Many growers are experiencing a late season and that means young, tender crops can be more vulnerable to fungal attacks. As temperatures warm quickly and activate fungi faster than crops can grow, this imbalance can have a big impact on crop yield potential and warrants vigilant scouting and timely treatment....More
  • Apr 27, 2015
    Commentary

    Though door’s opened a crack, Cuba trade still faces obstacles

    “The soybean industry is losing out on valuable opportunities to market U.S. food and agriculture products in Cuba,” says Richard Wilkins, American Soybean Association....More
  • Apr 24, 2015
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    Delta Farm Press

    Mississippi, USDA agencies enrolling farmers in CREP

    New Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program for Mississippi aimed at helping restore bottomland hardwood forests and increasing wetlands and improving water quality....More
  • Apr 16, 2015
    Commentary

    A little perspective provides balance to IARC report on glyphosate

    The International Agency for Research on Cancer surprised a lot of people when it classified glyphosate as a probable carcinogen. On what did it base the opinion?...More
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