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Field days and plot tours look different this year with the coronavirus pandemic making people cautious of large gatherings. Seed companies and university extension experts are getting comfortable in front of the camera, hosting video field days and getting information to growers in new ways.

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Hannah Borg developed her love of farming and history from her grandmother. Lois Borg, 86, still lives on the family’s original homestead in Wakefield, Nebraska that her ancestors established after emigrating from Sweden six generations ago.

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Due to the mild winter, which helped the eggs survive, and the fact that this year fit perfectly into the cycle, agronomist Wally West urges producers to make sure rootworm isn’t becoming a problem.

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After just over a quarter of all South Dakota farm acres went unplanted in 2019, agronomist Wally West put together a few tips and tricks to getting around the troubles of weed pressure on prevent planted acres.

Disease pressure on this year's wheat crop was hit or miss through the Midwest. Extension's Robert Klein had reports of a little head scab and fusarium head blight, but rust wasn’t as bad as in past years in Nebraska.

Syngenta has joined the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research’s Crops of the Future Collaborative as an executive-committee participant…

Syngenta has acquired Abbott & Cobb, a vegetable seed-breeder, producer and marketer. Abbott & Cobb of Caldwell, Idaho, was establishe…

The Wisconsin Certified Crop Adviser Board has named Jeff Laufenberg of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, as the 2018 Wisconsin Certified Crop Adviser o…

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