Ag-related cyber crime is on the increase, and most farmers don't have a plan for dealing with a data security breach.—Getty Images/David Ramos
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LSU AgCenter weed scientist Ron Strahan tells cattle producers how to kill different weeds with the various herbicides. He made his presentation at the northeast Louisiana beef cattle field day at the Goldmine Plantation near Mangham, La., on Sept. 15.
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Kioti Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc., is expanding its PX tractor series with the launch of three new models: the PX9530PC, PX1053PC and PX1153PC.
Sept. 28 is National Drink Beer Day and a recent survey found beer at the top of the list of drinks to have with friends.—Getty Images/Drew Angerer
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Low rice prices are putting a premium on gathering every bushel this fall.
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Hooded sprayers can help reduce herbicide drift significantly, testing shows.
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The 15-billion-bushel corn crop farmers are expected to harvest in 2016 is requiring elevators to create more grain storage wherever they can.
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DuPont Pioneer is unveiling a new self-service option to help growers manage nitrogen on their farms. The Pro level of Encirca Nitrogen service provides a field-by-field, real-time look at an operation’s nitrogen levels using a smartphone.
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 14:32:23 +0000
Following the successful cab and engine upgrade of 2016 sprayer models, Apache 2017 model year sprayer buyers will benefit from a list of enhancements designed to simplify operation, enhance durability and take precision application to the next level.
Standard Apache spray booms now feature leak-proof, quick-service Banjo boom manifold fittings, Hypro nozzle bodies and optional stainless steel boom plumbing.
Apache’s 90- and 100 foot booms have also been re-engineered to provide increased structural strength, making them ideal for rough field conditions.
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Variety plots at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center.
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August rains hit many northeast Arkansas crops hard. This field is just south of Cord on Highway 37 and was photographed Aug. 31.
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“Other than it somehow involves DNA, surveys how most people have little idea what is a genetically modified organism.”—Getty Images/Steve Eason
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Grain sorghum acreage was low this year because of low prices and sugarcane aphid problems. Mississippi State University Extension Service specialist Erick Larson examined sorghum ready for harvest Sept. 15 at MSU’s R.R. Foil Plant Science Research Center in Starkville, Miss.
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Diplodia corn ear rot.
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A combine begins filling a grain truck in the Mississippi Delta rice field. Photo courtesy of Debra L. Ferguson.
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Farmer Samuel Buller holds a rice plant with rice that had sprouted after the 48-acre field had fallen over into floodwater. Buller said the rice fell over because the panicles were loaded with a good crop, but he was able to harvest a few other fields between rains. Photo by Bruce Schultz, LSU AgCenter.
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Sen. Chuck Grassley
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Farmer Richard Duhon, of Maurice, La., walks through a field of dead soybean plants. The field was submerged with knee-deep water for several days, and LSU AgCenter soybean specialist Ron Levy said the plants cannot survive without air that provides oxygen. The fields are near Indian Bayou in Lafayette Parish. Photo by Bruce Schultz, LSU AgCenter.
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Modified chaff shoot to create windrow for burning to eliminate pigweed seed in harvest trash.
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Northeast Arkansas crops remain underwater in late August. Photo courtesy of Dustin Geurin and pilot Blake Propst.
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