Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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Crawford County farmer Casey Niese relies on the insight of his father and grandfather, and his college education, to succeed as a crop farmer.

Researchers have identified varieties of tropical corn from Oaxaca, Mexico, that can acquire a significant amount of the nitrogen they need from the air.

Favorable growing weather continues, putting downward pressure on prices.

Crops are looking good, for the most part, but the market price definitely is not.

The Pennsylvania Land Improvement Contractors Association hosted a field day June 20 at Spring Meadows Farm, Grove City. Approximately 150 people came to watch a 50-acre field get 4-inch drainage tile installed.

The weather continues to be the biggest grain story of 2018 so far, for better or worse.

Scientists have evidence that rotating crops increases yield and lowers greenhouse gas emissions compared to continuous corn or soybean.

Crop scouting needs to begin before the crop is planted and continue throughout the growing season.

This year's Conservation Tillage Conference featured topics related to soil health and manure management.

The ODA, in partnership with FieldWatch, Inc., will introduce a new sensitive crop registry to enhance communication between applicators and producers.
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