U.S. cotton crop expected to be bigger in 2017-18, but prices remain stable — for now.
Farm Journal asked three veteran agricultural leaders who have had their eyes on Washington—from the inside and out—for decades to estimate how ag will fare in the next four years in seven vital areas. Read moreRead More »
Scientists plan to deploy the new Global Crop Improvement Network (GCIN) to take comparative approaches across all major crops and environments to enhance such traits as root access to water using remote sensing, which often requires costly mobile, airborne or satellite technology. Read moreRead More »