To spray or not to spray?view article
Gray leaf spot, other diseases becoming more of an issue.
Late-planted crops most susceptible to hot, dry conditionsview article
Weak root systems combined with lack of rain causing stress on late-planted corn.
Dicamba drift complaints low so farview article
The number of pesticide misuse complaints could still rise with recent treatments.
Broadband funding approved for 13 Illinois countiesview article
In total, $37.6 million has been authorized by the Federal Communication Commission to expand broadband to unserved rural areas in Illinois.
Dairy Margin Coverage signup ends Sept. 20view article
Enrollment began June 17 for Dairy Margin Coverage which provides coverage retroactive to Jan. 1.
Diverse team embraces 'Partners in Progress'view article
Fulton County Field Day showcases how successful teamwork and research enable results and implementation that make a difference.
Rural Mainstreet survey indicates positive growthview article
The index has risen above growth neutral six times in the past seven months.
Illinois State Fair hemp plot grows educationview article
The Illinois Department of Agriculture hopes to educate fairgoers with hemp plot and movie at the state fair.
Analyst: River closure shouldn't devastate basis levelsview article
Illinois Farm Bureau will host four more meetings to discuss potential impacts upcoming Illinois River closures could have on farmers.
CropWatchers 2.0: Variabilityview article
Central Illinois farmer says variability "is going to make it really hard to put a number on our yield this year until it gets through the combine."
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