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NPR's Dan Charles reveals weed scientists' frustrations with dicamba and powerful forces pushing it
"Blockchain" technology might link food consumers directly to what you produce
Our latest tomato project: Fresh, tasty tomatoes all winter!
Inexpensive way to amplify the benefit of biological residue digesters this fall
New website documents power of Lignition, a biostimulant we've tested for three years
Dr. Don Huber shows New Zealand farmers a great opportunity: Stay non-GMO
Mature corn ears on green stalks... in mid-October! Here's how you can do it too
Moving from monoculture to polyculture: Every farm can use some of these ideas
Why you can take part in encouraging a new, living foundation for civilization
Restore healthy soil and healthy profits in farming — One farm at a time!
UK's Soil Association documents the rise and fall of GMO cotton in India
Management mission for your post-harvest breather: "Time to RE-think anhydrous"
Fall residue digestion helps for all of your crops, not just corn
Full-season, biological nutrition generating 300-bu. corn again — on "poor" ground
Consultant Bob Streit: Update on field day today, plus harvest news
Some weed scientists distance themselves from Monsanto's defensive efforts to preserve dicamba approval
How a few corn growers are overcoming "early die-down" — and adding bushels to yield
Another way to save money on ag chemical costs: It's the water
Finally, growers are eager to test the benefits of "biological" tools for healthy soil
Dramatic postmortem evidence of glyphosate-linked damage to animal organs