Insects are on the march across the Midwest. University of Minnesota Extension integrated pest management specialist Bruce Potter says conditions in his state and several others have been favorable for pests. “This has just been a really bad year for insects. It started out... Read More.
Some farmers across the Midwest say they’re surprised by how well crops are handling drought conditions. Nebraska farmer Cale Carlson farms 2,000 acres of irrigated corn and soybeans in Marquette. He tells Brownfield he’s just been able to keep up with crop water demands. “There’s... Read More.