The annual Field Day, which will be held Sept. 16, will feature informational talks and opportunities to connect with agricultural industry professionals, vendors and experts.
Thompson Research Center Field Day to highlight management strategies to improve beef cattle production
Crop sensors improve nitrogen application
Sensor-guided nitrogen application can save corn producers money and increase yields.
Corn and soybean prices could be lowest since 2009
Prices for cattle, hogs and milk are at record highs, but prices for grains, oilseeds and cotton have declined sharply from recent peaks.
Fisher Delta Research Center Field Day to highlight work benefiting agriculture
The 53rd Annual Field Day will be held on Sept. 2. Registration and breakfast starts at 7 a.m. in Rone Hall, located at the Lee Farm just east of Portageville. Four educational tours will start at 8:30 a.m. and will feature informational talks on cotton, crop protection, soybeans and crop monitoring.
Tenth annual Tomato Festival at Bradford Research Center to be held Sept. 4
This year’s festival will be held Sept. 4 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bradford Research Center. The free event will feature samples from 250 tomatoes and peppers, tips for growing produce, dishes from local restaurants, special exhibits for kids and a chance to sample a variety of salsas made with different peppers.
Tony Lupo expands his atmospheric research as a Fulbright Scholar
Tony Lupo will fly to Belgorod National Research University, Russia, for a year of research and teaching as a Fulbright Scholar.