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ISSUE DATE: 03/23/2009

Weed management on the minds of soybean farmers

"Because glyphosate herbicides have been used so much, it has led to some problems with weed resistance. Five years ago glyphosate herbicide worked for everyone and now that isn't always the case," said Bryan Young, Southern Illinois University associate professor of plant, soil and agricultural systems.


NEWS

$195 million delivered to rural Nebraska
2008 Barton County Bankers Soil Conervation Award--Gerard Axman
2008 Barton County Bankers Windbreak Award--David and Leslie Leroy
2009 Ag Day Essay Winner honored
2009 Arkansas River Basin Water Forum- Water to Fuel Our Future will explore water-energy connection
AAW to update policy at April meeting in St. Louis
AFBF: Spirit of optimism buoys young farmers, ranchers
Ag groups strongly oppose farm safety net cuts
AgriLife Extension agent transfers to Burnet County
Agronomy industry covering education expenses for students
Arkansas River Basin Water Forum calls for entries to Art and Photography Contest
Bachelor rancher's North Dakota land fetches $10 million
County emergency managers learn benefits of agricultural emergency planning
Cracking the case of the poison processed peanuts
Delisa named senior director of development for College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Dry conditions affect prescribed burning of CRP land this spring
Emergency herbicide exemption granted for sandbur control
Farm bill update planned at OG&SP annual meeting
Farm Bureau honors state lawmakers
Farmers eye broadband in stimulus package
Ft. Robinson to host Nebraska Wildland Fire Academy
ICON organizes informational meeting on wind energy
IFAP at Davos: President Ajay Vashee puts farmers on the agenda
Increasing food costs stir farmers' ire, also
Indian farmers to outline discrimination claims
Is this the right climate for climate change?
ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences presents awards to faculty, staff
Kansas info program tackles farm thefts
K-State researchers help Epitopix license the first E.coli 0157 vaccine for cattle in the U.S.
K-State's College of Agriculture selects new student ambassadors
KSU students get free ethanol fuel, talk about renewables
Lancaster County Extension educator named Communicator of the Year
LEAD XXVIII fellows complete National Study/Travel Seminar
Moran sponsors legislation to stop "cow tax"
Morrison teacher named Ag in the Classroom Teacher of the Year
Most Arkansas rice farmers opposed to doubling tax assessment
Near-record numbers attend Fremont County Farm and Ranch Days
NRCS extends application period for CIG to March 20
NRCS will restore flood-prone lands with economic recovery fund
Nusser named new AgriLife Extension Panhandle district administor
PLC partners with conservation groups to maintain open space in the West
Podcasting along Nebraska Byways
Price volatility will continue, FAPRI analysis says
Researchers honored in China for food safety work
Ridgeview rancher must repay $357K federal loan
Roberts: USDA grants available for new farmers, ranchers progra
Sen. Chambliss examines child nutrition reauthorization during Senate Ag Committee hearing
Small farms changing face of agriculture
Southeast Colorado Prescribed Fire Training April 7 to 10
Staples honors farmers, ranchers during National Agriculture Week
Team Borlaug helps Iraqis build future through 4-H-style program
Texas AgriLife Extension names new South Plains district administrator
Thirsty flakes pressed into action to dry soggy books
Tractor safety course in April
U.S farm policy: Have we become Zimbabwe West?
U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala says CAFTA-DR bolstered free, open trade
U.S. rancher at center stage in Bolivia land dispute
Upcoming KSU ag events
USDA extends comment period for regulation on payment limitations, payment eligibility
USGC programs contribute to increasing long-term global demand
UW ag students place in national range competition
Veterinarian calls Pickens accusations unfounded
Vote with CSU Extension- Participate in earth hour
Whitehead, Hamman honored at Fort Worth Hereford Show
Women's Wi$e Up financial train-the-trainer program March 25 in

CROPS

13 NALF members join LIMS in '08-'09
Additional rainfall needed
ASA submits 2009 policy priorities to Obama administration
Asgrow announces 2009 lineup of soybeans
BASF fungicide receives EPA approval for Plant Health label
Brining Farms LLC--2008 Barton County Water Conservation winners
Company launches premium non-GMO soybean brand
Corn groups pass resolutions on animal agriculture at Commodity Classic
Crop rotation provides better yield, less input cost
Discovery may solve devastating rust fungus issue for bean growers
Farming health benefits from soybeans
Field windbreak plantings increasing
Grain elevator operators should plan ahead for coming of distillers grains
Kansas remains dry
Kansas Wheat: Fungicide application requires due diligence
Ludwig 'asked for plants with insects,' honored by pest management award
Managing nitrogen is an ongoing process
Managing weeds poses a challenge for farmers
NCBA withdraws from Food Before Fuel Coalition
New year, new soy products
NMSU Turfgrass Management team competes at national competition
Powell center hosts Pasture Demo Day
Soybean Checkoff funding helps map the soybean genome
Soybean Checkoff remains fiscally responsible through sound investments
Soybean farmers find more per-acre profit potential in food-grade beans
UNL recommends more phosphorus with continuous corn
USB seeks applicants for See for Yourself tour
USB, Soybean Checkoff support animal agriculture exports
USGC: Ethanol co-product cuts feed costs, increases milk income
USGC: Four railcars of U.S. sorghum destined for Canada
USW elects Randy Suess as Secretary-Treasurer
UW sponsors pesticide applicator training sessions
Weed management on the minds of soybean farmers
Wheat, soybeans sharply higher
Window for forage planting closing

LIVESTOCK

2009 American Salers Association Foundation Scholarship winners
2009 NWSS National Salers and Optimizer Show
ASA names 2009 Performance Breeder of the Year
Avery offers hope to dairy producers at Western Dairy Management Conference
Beef takes center stage at health expo
Bronze and Silver pins awarded to Forrest Thompson
Bullfighters to show off athleticism at Guymon rodeo
Dairy cows head for slaughter as milk prices sour
Despite global obstacles, U.S. maintains strong January beef, pork exports
Economic comparisons for heavy cows
EPA rejects animal rights' groups petition on predator control
Feds: Wolves near Jackson free of brucellosis
Government bans 'downer' cows from food supply
Kansas Sheep Council sets board meeting
KCA meetings open to the public
KLA Young Stockmen's Academy meets in Topeka
K-State Ag Student Council presents AgFest March 30 to April 3
K-State Beef Roundup slated for Hays Research Center April 16
New law makes it a felony to perform equine dental work in Oklahoma
NMSU presenting artisan cheese making workshop in Taos
No secret recipe for beef demand
Protected pond offers multiple benefits for Brown County farmer
Ranchers skeptical of carbon storage
Sioux Falls sheep sales
South Central direct sheep
Subcommittee reviews animal identification system
Texhoma cattle sales report
U.S. pork export streak at 17 years; beef, lamb success continues
USDA pressure chamber makes egg microcracks shine
Washington dairy farmers struggle with milk surplus

EDITOR

Wyobraska cattle sales report

COLUMNS

Just a scoop full
Planning and preparation
Signs of spring
Trimble introduces Variable Rate Application Option for EZ-Guide 500
Writing on the wall

MARKETS

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock sales report
Amarillo livestock sales
Apache livestock sales report
Arkansas livestock sales summary
Clovis livestock sales report
Colorado cattle sales report
Dalhart livestock sales report
Demand increasing in some areas
Denison feeder cattle auction
Dodge City livestock auction report
Ericson cattle sales report
Ft. Smith livestock sales report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales
Grain market close
High Plains slaughter news
Huron livestock sales report
Joplin regional livestock sales
McAlester livestock sales report
Most classes steady, trade slow
North Arkansas livestock sales report
OKC West livestock sales report
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Salina livestock sales report
Some parts of state receive rainfall
Springfield livestock sales
St. Joseph feeder pigs
St. Onge livestock sales
Texas drought losses approach $1 billion
Tulia livestock auction report
Tulsa livestock sales report
Watertown cattle sales report
West Plains regional auction
Woodward livestock sales report
Wyobraska cattle sales report

RANGE

Grad student wins award at Annual Weed Science Society of America Conference

FAMILY

"Eat Right" message for National Nutrition Month
4-H Day at the Capitol slated for April 6
4-H youth educator begins Feb. 23 in Sheridan County
Champs have found comforts of home in Panhandle
Cooking carrots for company
Effective communication
Eskimo Joe's celebrates Oklahoma 4-H Centennial
Growers get hands-on experience in Alcalde at Chinese medicinal herb workshop
Job loss affects the entire family
Lots to be done in the garden in March
Meditation for 3-23-09
Miles of Smiles 6th annual Women's Day Out, May 2
Nebraska 4-H Camps now open for registration
Organic mulches a must
Parks, golf course and sports field management workshop to be held March 25 in San Marcos
Smart meal ideas
Students to celebrate Ag Day with pizza
'Survival jobs' still help pay the bills
Three C's needs a sloping lot
Upcoming KSU horticultural events
Vegetable gardening workshop offered free to public

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