- How Farmers Can Fight Corn Tar Spot Outbreak
Corn tar spot is a fungal disease spreading rapidly across the Midwest — here’s what you need to know to protect your crops and minimize damage.
- John Deere Operations Center™ Receives 2024 Innovation Award
New sustainability tools within the Operations Center™ provide farmers with insights that enable progress toward goals.
- Ensure Uniform Emergence with Residue Management
Following residue management best practices and choosing the right seeding equipment can ensure uniform emergence.
- How to Accurately Identify Winter Annual Weeds
Winter annual weeds manage to survive the entire winter, and then they produce seeds in late spring or early summer the following year.
- Recommended Herbicide Products for Winter Small Grains
Choosing the right herbicide and weed mitigation strategy is key to protecting crops in the late season.
- How to Successfully Harvest and Handle Frost-Damaged Soybeans
Frost-damaged soybeans are salvageable but require special knowledge and equipment to ensure viability.
- How Soil Sampling Can Improve Your Fertilization Practices
Soil sampling can minimize costs and improve yields when proper methodology is followed.
- How to Protect Livestock From Toxicity of Sorghum Forages
Prussic acid might develop, or nitrates can accumulate in sorghum forages due to cool temperatures and other fall stressors.
- John Deere Introduces Hardened Beaver Saw Tooth Option
John Deere introduces the addition of the one-piece hardened beaver saw tooth to the extensive portfolio of aftermarket sawtooth options.
- Now is the Time to Evaluate Your Field for Stalk and Ear Rots
Spotting ear and stalk rots is crucial during harvest time and for the health of your future crops. Each one has its own special way of being identified.
- Five Grain Handling Tips You Should Know This Harvest Season
This 2023 harvest season, growers in much of the U.S. face grain handling challenges due to unique weather conditions.
- The New John Deere Commercial Mowers: QuikTrak™ Stand-On Mowers
Landscapers can achieve increased productivity and profitability with the newly upgraded John Deere commercial mowers. Learn more about the new lineup here.
- Supplementing on Pasture Helps Stretch Forage Resources
Harvested forage, grain-based supplements, and fibrous byproducts can all be used to stretch forage resources on pasture. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks.
- Fill Forage Gaps with Grazing Cornstalks
Grazing cattle on corn crop residue, or grazing cornstalks, fills livestock nutrient gaps during periods of drought and during the winter. Learn more.
- The New John Deere 1 Series Round Balers for High-Quality Bales
The latest John Deere Round Balers are equipped with advanced technology to deliver consistent bale quality while reducing operating time and effort.
- John Deere Unveils Frontier SB12F Series Front-Mount Snowblower
The latest front-mount snowblower from John Deer delivers enhanced durability and maneuverability to make snow clearing jobs go faster.
- Planning Ahead for Fall Bale Grazing
Bale grazing replenishes nutrients in overgrazed or overworked soil, while simultaneously reducing the labor needed to move bales and feed livestock.
- Why Cover Crops are Essential for Vegetable Growth
Cover crops help stave off drought, enrich soil, and eliminate pests to reduce growers’ risk of crop loss.
- How to Stop Corn Aphids in Their Tracks This Summer
Corn aphids are thriving due to drought conditions — here’s how growers can identify, mitigate and control the insect threat.
- Predicting Corn Maturity in 2023
Heavy rains have led to an unpredictable growing season and challenges predicting corn maturity.