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Implications of Line 5 Closure to Michigan Farmers, Homeowners

Canadian-based Enbridge is the largest oil and gas transportation company in North America. They have been defying Gov. Whitmer’s directive to shut the line...

Scouting Emergence with Flag Tests, Drone Software

By the time Monday’s Crop Progress Report is out, Michigan’s corn and soybean growers will likely surpass the halfway point of planting. The next step...

Ethanol Still Off 2018 Peak But Demand Keeps Climbing

The U.S. ethanol industry is sitting much more favorably compared to a year ago when demand was sliced in half. Even though the economy...

Make Crop Nutrition Plan Early to Lay Foundation for Success in...

Average corn and soybean yields have been on a steady increase for several yields. As a result of that, the plants take more nutrients...

The AgroExpo’s 2021 Return: Robust Speaker, Demonstration Line Up

The 2021 AgroExpo is less than 100 days away as an in-person event. To say that Burt Henry, industry relations manager, is excited for...

USDA Awards $15 Million in Grants to Expand Wood Products, Wood...

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Friday awarded more than $15 million to fund grant proposals to develop and expand the use of wood...

Four Yield-Determining Factors That Can be Controlled During Planting Season

To have bin-busting yields in the fall, growers need to set a good foundation in the spring. Weather and the environment are two drivers...

Advanced Agrilytics Expanding Agronomic Footprint Into Michigan

Precision agronomy company Advanced Agrilytics is spreading its coverage area into Michigan. Jake Isley, precision agronomist, says what sets Advanced Agrilytics apart from other services...

BASF Offering Training for Engenia Herbicide

BASF’s Engenia herbicide received a new registration from the EPA for the 2021 season. That means growers need to update their education. Trevor Kraus is...

Mental Health in Good Times: Preventing Good Stress from Becoming Bad...

Corn, soybean and wheat futures are at highs producers haven’t seen in years. While these prices are strong, they a source of stress for...

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