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Groups file lawsuit challenging the latest WOTUS rule

Several agriculture groups have filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of Texas challenging the Biden administration’s Waters of the United States rule.  Mary-Thomas Hart, chief council for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says the definition is an attack on America’s farmers and ranchers.... Read More.

A New Herbicide to Tackle Challenging Weeds

Waterhemp, Palmer amaranth, ragweed, crabgrasses, and kochia are just some of the challenging weeds farmers face every year. In this Managing for Profit, Elizabeth Brand, with Bayer CropScience says growers will have a powerful new tool to fight those tough to control grasses and broadleaf... Read More.

Managing for the challenging tar spot disease   

Tar spot management continues to challenge farmers across the Corn Belt. Martin Chilvers, an associate professor with Michigan State University, outlined some ways to mitigate risk from the disease during the recent Tar Spot Summit by AgReliant Genetics. “Hybrid tolerance or resistance is key for... Read More.

Farmers manage challenging input costs

Northwest Missouri farmer Jordan Bottiger says input costs were one of his biggest challenges this growing season. “Things really just increased between fertilizer, chemicals and fuel,” he said. “Everything is darn near double, if not more, than what is was last year.” But he tells... Read More.