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Planting progress remains a struggle
Planting progress continues to be the talk of the day around the marketing world and Marlin Clark weighs in in this week's grain markets report.
Coming war for US crop acres renews food-versus-fuel fight
The late winter scrum is a showdown over how many acres of corn, soybeans, cotton and wheat acres farmers will plant. Alan Guebert weighs in.
Crop modeling allows for a better return on investment
Crop modeling allows producers to focus on the right time and rate of nutrient applications while looking at the return and keeping nutrients in the field.
Planting winds down, while trade issues wind up
Marlin Clark offers a planting update and analyzes how markets have been affected by trade with China.
Rainy forecast slows down fast planting progress
The recent USDA planting progress report shows both Ohio and the nation are ahead of the five-year average. However, recent rains may slow things down.
Working the soil good for body and soul
If you have extra time on your hands due to the stay at home order, or if you are at home on the farm, your local SWCD can help with planting projects.
Starting the planting season low on hope
Marlin Clark offers an update on the struggling commodity markets in his April 9, 2020 column.
Farmers prep for spring planting amid COVID-19 market impacts
This spring is far from a normal planting season. While farming is considered essential business amid COVID-19 shut downs, the global pandemic has had a dramatic effect on agriculture. But with spring planting slated to begin in the next few weeks in Ohio, most farmers expect to proceed with their planting as planned.
The benefits of not tilling fields and gardens
Learn how no-till can minimize soil erosion, reduce soil compaction, save time and money and yield healthier soil to grow crops and gardens.
‘Planting green’ strategy may help farmers deal with wet springs
Allowing cover crops to grow longer in the spring and planting crops into them is a strategy that may help no-till farmers deal with wet springs.