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  • Emerging Soybean Pathogens

    Taproot decline and red crown rot are two fairly new soybean diseases that may be unfamiliar to Midwest farmers.
  • The Pest Post

    Effective management of black cutworm requires diligence. There are typically three generations of black cutworm each year, though this varies depending on latitude.
  • Ag's HR Coach

    Here are five practices you can implement with relatively low cost and investment of time to help keep an employee engaged.
  • EPA to Revisit Chlorpyrifos Petition

    A federal appeals court ordered the EPA to make a decision on chlorpyrifos objections by July 18.
  • DDG Weekly Update

    DTN's weekly spot price for domestic distillers dried grains was lower on average at $134 per ton.
  • Iowa Chestnut Grower Gets Last Laugh

    Iowa farmer Heath Stolee is able to put up with a bit of ribbing for the rich payoff he expects from chestnut farming.
  • Todd's Take

    You have to go back to 2002 for corn and 2001 for soybeans to find a time when speculators were this bearish in the second week of April.
  • Iowa Ag-Gag Law Faces Court Challenge

    Just one month after a new law prohibiting trespassing on agricultural production facilities took effect, animal rights groups have filed a lawsuit.
  • The Pest Post

    Effective management of black cutworm requires diligence. There are typically three generations of black cutworm each year, though this varies depending on latitude.
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