Modern agriculture isn’t a stagnant mindset — farmers do lots of research and strive to make informed decisions at every turn.
No-till November, a program related to human health as well as to farmers and soil health, is growing in popularity.
Growing is part of being sustainable. Farmers are learning and adopting new agricultural sustainability practices to improve our farms.
Farm Babe Michelle Miller explains why no-till farming has serious advantages for a variety of crops.
Farmers: Keep the stubble this fall. That’s the advice the Soil Health Partnership is giving to farmers this November for erosion control and overall soil health. During a month-long campaign called “No-Till November,” the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service —a supporter of the Soil Health Partnership—is encouraging farmers to “keep the stubble” on their harvested […]
It was one thing to be featured in the book, “Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman: Conservation Heroes of the American Heartland.” It was quite another to be featured in the film. But it was something fifth-generation farmer Justin Knopf just had to do. “As I thought about it and discussed it with my family, I ended up […]
A new herbicide from Dow AgroSciences is getting some nods of approval after recent research across the Midwest and Midsouth demonstrated superior burndown control on tough broadleaf weeds. Powered by a new Group 4 growth regulator herbicide developed by Dow AgroSciences called Arylex active, Elevore is proven to effectively control labeled broadleaf weeds, including glyphosate- […]