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Chinese and American delegates met to discuss bilateral relations.
Farmers have until June 30 to enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage programs.
If an application occurs during a temperature inversion, small droplets are ‘trapped’ in the air above the ground and can move across the landscape.
When using cover crops for erosion control, weed control and soil building, there are many species to consider.
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Temperatures look to get much warmer and dryer heading into July, an ag climatologist said.
Congress just passed a bill to give farmers more flexibility when using the program.
The Hefty brothers discuss what the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio means in your field.
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