Cooperative weed management could curb herbicide resistance
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Cooperative weed management could curb herbicide resistance

Scientists at the University of Illinois and U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service are offering a new tool in fighting herbicide resistance in waterhemp. All it costs is a conversation.

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Study: Long-term crop rotation reduces greenhouse gas emissions

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Hot, dry weather spells trouble for Missouri corn, soybean
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Hot, dry weather spells trouble for Missouri corn, soybean

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Innovative technologies, policies make agriculture environmentally sustainable
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Innovative technologies, policies make agriculture environmentally sustainable

Innovative technologies, policies make agriculture environmentally sustainable

Dairy farmers gain margin protection
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Dairy farmers gain margin protection

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Higher production likely to lower cattle prices
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Higher production likely to lower cattle prices

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Scientists use invisible light to monitor crop photosynthesis, performance
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Scientists use invisible light to monitor crop photosynthesis, performance

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Project developing genetic control of waterhemp
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Project developing genetic control of waterhemp

Developing genetic control of waterhemp

Satellites, supercomputers provide real-time crop data
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Satellites, supercomputers provide real-time crop data

Satellites, supercomputers provide real-time crop data