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Central Illinois bioreactor enters water quality spotlightview article
The project is part of a USDA Regional Conservation Partnership Program and the first one installed on a commercial farm in Macon County.
Don't wait: contact local agent for crop damageview article
COUNTRY crop claims manager Brad Clow discusses last week's storms and how they will use UAVs to assess crop damage.
Hawaii counties to defend anti-GMO lawsview article
County bans were ruled invalid by a federal judge, who said state law pre-empts county law on this issue.
Organic agriculture lobbies Cubansview article
Cubans ended large-scale farming practices after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Water temperature impacts herbicide performanceview article
Purdue University Extension publication highlights the importance of mixing post-emergence herbicides with optimum water temperature.
Chefs: Consumers crave easy, how-to food educationview article
Consumers seek simple solutions for meals, but need help and instruction.
Cost of July 4th cookout increases, still under $6 a personview article
AFBF's informal survey shows average cookout cost for 10 people totals $56.06.
Crop prospects webinar scheduledview article
U of I professors will review USDA estimates released the previous day, and discuss the implications for both old-crop and new-crop balance sheets for corn and soybeans.
IFB advises landowners to be cautious about solar lease agreementsview article
Illinois Farm Bureau attorneys recommend landowners not sign anything until they consult with a lawyer.
Nitrate levels down in central Illinois watershedview article
New study results show nitrate levels decreased in the Indian Creek Watershed between 2013 and 2015 despite the increased creek water levels.
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