This opinion article by Barbara Miedema focuses on how sugar has been fueling the Florida economy in the past year.
Now, after what the South experienced over the summer — hundreds of farmers paying the price for their neighbors’ improper use of dicamba over the top of Monsanto Xtend soybeans — “it’s probably going to turn the pressure up a hundred-fold,” says Dr. Gary Fellows, Technical Manager with BASF. Read[…]Read More »
Preparation for timberland that’s been harvested in Alabama with plans to replant often includes a controlled burn of the area. That work has been delayed, and planting young trees may be postponed since low soil moisture greatly reduces seedling survival. Read moreRead More »