Fusarium virguliforme, a soil fungus, produces striking foliage symptoms, which first appear on upper leaves as scattered yellow blotches. Farmers scout fields thoroughly for SDS symptoms.
Veterans will learn about the program, hear from local farmers and take virtual farm tours at the meeting, Sept. 13.
Farmers should look for storage options for 2014's bumper harvest.
University of Missouri Extension's upcoming Farm Lease Program helps landowners and renters make decisions about renting farm ground.
Farmers should scout and, if needed, spray for grasshoppers.
Toxins are deadly to horses.
Missouri's newest of 21 automated real-time weather stations recently went online at the Southwest Research Center, near Mount Vernon in Lawrence County.
Selecting breeding animals on how they look, by phenotype, worked for centuries. Progress in improving cattle was made just on appearance.
Is pasture insurance right for your farm? The answer could be yes, no or maybe.
Prices reached $127 per hundredweight in late March, shattering the old record of $105 set in August 2011.
Trees infested with black walnut curculio can lose anywhere from a third to half of their nuts.
Armyworms that can strip pastures and hayfields have begun their march through Missouri's tall fescue fields.
There are two primary factors that influence the likelihood of fomesafen carryover injury to corn; 1) dry conditions following application, and 2) the rate and timing of the herbicide application.
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