If early-season weeds are not controlled, they will compete with desirable forages for space, nutrients, moisture and sunlight.
Improving spillway design can help reduce or eliminate future problems.
What cow-calf producers should do to operate now while planning ahead for lower calf prices.
The haying situation this spring and early summer has been a little different than usual due to the prolonged and widespread rains.
As I watched this ballet of wind and water elementals I thought quietly to myself—actually I had to scream-think it because of the noise of the maelstrom – "Boy, was this Iowa boy ever ignorant. How could I ever have thought that this place was a desert?"
Before I left home to head to Ardmore, I was told numerous times that I needed a boat in order to get around. I didn’t take much heed to this advice, though I almost needed to.
Our very last day up north was spent at a childrens home called Otino Waa. We got the opportunity to teach a science class to a group of students there.
I’m now looking forward to this coming summer in Ardmore with the Noble Research Institute. I can’t wait to unveil the mysteries of science with my fellow scholars and lab members.
This summer, I hope to complete a project that contributes to a larger goal of improving how farmers around the world are able to grow their crops.
I have traveled a couple of miles in my short lifetime, but generally my time has been spent inside conference centers. This trip was a little different.