Extremely wet conditions made for wilted burley in this central Kentucky tobacco field earlier this summer
A University of Kentucky hemp field day held Aug 13
Crop receipts for 2015 are expected to decrease by 129 billion 62 percent in 2015 led by a projected 71billion decline in corn receipts 34 billion in soybean receipts and 16 billion in wheat receipts compared to 2014
Tobacco growers urged to use no-till production
Grain sorghum bet paying off for Alabama farmers
USDA Crop Production report released in conjunction with World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates indicates nearrecord Tennessee yields for corn and soybeans and a record yield for cotton
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack toured Kyser Catfish Farm in Greensboro Ala Aug 12 From left are catfish farmer Townsend Kyser with US Rep Terri Sewell USDA Rural Development State Director Ronnie Davis Vilsack and catfish farmers Ashley and Bill Kyser
Palmer amaranth can be controlled well and relatively economically at corn harvest
In his genomics work Corley Holbrook peanut breeder and geneticist with USDArsquos Agricultural Research Service in Tifton Ga  has worked with other scientists in the development of structured populations and coordinated phenotyping Researchers asses the populations for traits such as yield disease resistance seed size and tomato spotted wilt virus
Some Southeast farmers expect record yields, most don't