In recent years, sulfur (S) deficiency in wheat has become common in many areas of Kansas, particularly in no-till wheat. Classic S deficiency symptoms, confirmed by soil and plant analysis, have been observed in many no-till wheat fields during periods of rapid growth in the spring. These observed deficiencies generally occur during periods of rapid growth prior to jointing, or during stem elongation.

PENDLETON, Ind. — The way Bill Mort of Pendleton sees it, he had some help along the way with his big-yield AG 3334 Asgrow soybeans in 2016.

Dry conditions at this time of year can lead to an increased danger of wildfires. While a fire from a prescribed burn in the spring will not harm perennial grasses on grazing lands, a wildfire may act differently. A wildfire can cause enough damage, especially to bunch grasses, to result in a decline in productivity for a year or two. This is not always the case, however. The best general advice on burned rangeland is to just wait and see how well it recovers.

In keeping with Plattsmouth Rotary Club’s Farmer Day 2017, two representatives from AgriVision’s Pacific Junction store talked about how technology is a driving force in today’s farming operations.

RACINE, Wis. — New AccuTurn automated headland-turning technology from Case IH takes the guesswork out of turning on headlands, which gives you improved accuracy and reduces operator fatigue.

Mike Lewis has seen a lot of cattle through the years. An average of about 3,500 head come through his Pratt Livestock Auction every Thursday, and the 77-year-old has been in the business since he was 19.

(Des Moines) -- Nearly 325 organizations have signed a letter pressing new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to make sure the Justice Department does its job without political interference when it looks at a proposal to let Dow Chemical and DuPont, Monsanto and Bayer, and Syngenta and ChemChina merge.

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