We have had lots of rain and cold temperatures in NW Ohio. I think all the wheat got top dressed and lots of anhydrous ammonia was put on corn ground before the rains came. I've planted some oats and alfalfa. I've taken my wife to the Cleveland Clinic four times in the last month. I take Route 224 which crosses northern Ohio. I've been disappointed as I haven't seen a single field planted to a cover crop. I look at each farm along the way as closely as I can while I drive....More
Cathy Soanes, customer solutions manager, Novozymes BioAg Inc., gives an overview of some of the company's products that will help customers get their plants off to a good start this spring after the 2012 drought. Visit bioag.novozymes.com.
Fresh snow is pristine, quiet and if you don’t have to shovel, feed livestock or drive on drifted roads, downright dazzling. Photojournalist, Harlen Persinger, captures the brilliant beauty of a winter storm and how the prairie landscape transforms when Mother Nature delivers a blanket of white.