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There’s A Huge Difference Between The Corn We Eat vs. What Cows Eat

 As sweet corn season rolls around, you may be wondering what the difference is between the corn we eat and the corn we harvest.The United States grows over 90 million acres of corn a year, and 99 percent of it is not the kind that humans eat on the cob. Read more about the interesting […]

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Jul, 21, 2017

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Rethinking the Planter Unit

Dawn Equipment innovates the tech to improve seed placement on any planter.

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Jul, 18, 2017

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GMO Answers Updates Website to Better Educate Consumers

Since 2013, GMO Answers has answered more than 1,300 questions on all things biotechnology and agriculture. Educate yourself on GMO’s!

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Jul, 12, 2017

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Japanese Beetles and Aphids Get Early Start in Iowa Fields

After a mild winter and warm start to summer, insects of all kinds seem to be doing well this year. Iowa Farmer Today writes about the biggest concerns with beetles.

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Jul, 11, 2017

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The Time for Gray Leaf Management Decisions is Fast Approaching

The time to make decisions for fungicide management of gray leaf spot is rapidly approaching. Continue reading here.

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Jul, 10, 2017

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IS DEBT A BETTER INSTRUMENT FOR FARMLAND INVESTMENT?

Investors are attracted to agriculture by demographics, land scarcity, and technology. Higher prices reflect demand and scarcity, while higher productivity is a result of practice and technology improvements. Continue reading full article.

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Jul, 05, 2017

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New Manure Sidedress Method Lowers Fertilizer Costs, Increases Yields

Two agriculture experts at The Ohio State University have redesigned a metal tractor attachment so that it allows farmers to put manure on a field while crops are emerging. Read more here. 

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Jun, 29, 2017

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5 Things To Know About GMOs This World Environment Day

Since 1974, the United Nations has hosted World Environment Day annually on June 5 — the organization’s most important day to inspire action and awareness for the protection of our environment. Click here for more information. 

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Jun, 27, 2017

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Evaluating Herbicide Injury on Soybean

The potential for herbicide injury with preemergence herbicides is greater with soybean than corn. The risk increases with environmental conditions that reduce crop vigor and growth rate, and also with heavy rain that moves the herbicide to the depth of the germinating seed or emerging seedling. Read more here!

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Jun, 26, 2017

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