Scientists look to wheat's wild ancestors to combat an evolving threat
U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists have pinpointed the location of a gene in a little-known ancient grass that could help save one of[Read More]
Challenges of planting into moist, cool soils have big picture benefits
Moist, cool soils are among the benefits farmers like Paul Hetland appreciate when they implement use of no-till and cover crops.
Even th[Read More]
U.S. grain exports to Mexico rise in value to $7.3 billion
By Blair Fannin
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
U.S. exports of grain, oilseed and related products to Mexico averaged 22.2 million metric tons per year from[Read More]
Black cutworm appears in north-eastern Missouri
University of Missouri Extension (MU) specialists are seeing early indications of black cutworm in northeastern Missouri.
Agronomy specialist Max Glover reports catching high numbers of[Read More]
Stephanie Bryant-Erdmann joins USW
U.S. Wheat Associates hired Stephanie Bryant-Erdmann to serve in a new position as programs and planning assistant in the organization’s Arlington, Virginia, headquarters office effective June 30. Bryant-Erdmann[Read More]