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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Commodity Credit Corporation today announced the 2015 marketing assistance loan rates by county for wheat (by class), corn, grain sorghum, barley, oats, soybeans and each “other oilseed” (canola, crambe, flaxseed, mustard seed, rapeseed, safflower, sesame seed and sunflower seed).
To better sustain Georgia's future peanut production, a University of Georgia peanut entomologist is surveying Georgia farmers.Notifications about the online survey were mailed directly to the more than 3,500 peanut producers in Georgia. The survey can be accessed online through a link on the Georgia Peanut Commission's website at www.gapeanuts.com.
Self-propelled sprayers are a solid piece of equipment for an operation that likes to do their own spraying and has a lot of acres to cover. Self-propelled sprayers have high clearances (for late season spraying), narrow wheels, and large boom width—all of which can help lessen crop damage during spraying.Today we are highlighting nine of the newest self-propelled sprayer models. Looking for more information? Each manufacturer has their contact information listed below each product.
Vertical tillage is any type of deep tillage that doesn’t create a horizontal layer. The main goal of vertical tillage is to break apart any crusts and soil compaction on the surface. Another advantage of this form of tillage is to cut and size residue. Using vertical tillage helps to aerate the soil, dry and warm soil, and prepare the field for planting. This method of tillage is also popular in minimum-till operations.
The global food security problem and possible solutions are the focal point of many discussions across multiple industries. Fruit and vegetable crops are not the only food sources in question—the meat industry will also fall short of the needs of some 9 billion people by the year 2050.PastureMap, created by two Stanford University graduates, helps cattle ranchers monitor grass conditions in the field with mobile images and ratings, improving the accuracy of ranchers’ visual assessments of their land.In America and around the world, cattle are still born and raised on grass for most of their lives. Typical grazing management planning tools involve paper and pen, pieced together spreadsheets, eyeballing fields, and making judgments based on experience from years prior.
Our team has traveled all over the USA and across the globe, and noticed two strange things when it comes to pressure regulation: some growers will tell you that it’s the best way to save water and energy, while others will claim it’s nothing but a waste of time and money unless you have sloped fields.