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Photographer: Ken Hammond

Soybean Varieties

Early Bird Meetings Crop Management Series, Nov. 16, 16 and 20th.

Drought Stressed conditions

Drought-stressed corn. Logan County, 2007.

Dry weather is the greatest concern at the moment.

Removing Ruts; Corn/Soybean Yields

Yield Contests Winners

Selecting Hybrids and Varieties

Soybean Rust in Kentucky

Grain Drying: Bin or Field?

Wheat Yield Winners

Guessing Corn Yields

Wheat Yields

Corn Silking

Weather is now as critical as ever for corn pollination and final yields

All Eyes on Soybean

Weat Harvest, Contest

Corn, Poor Stands

Soybean Seed Rates

Corn and Nitrogen

Insecticide Options

Fuel Costs

Yield Winners

Soybean or Corn?

2005 Corn Hybrid Report

Drought-Stressed Corn for Silage

Soybean Rust Updates

2005 Wheat Yield Contest Rules

All Eyes on Soybeans

Corn Ahead but Behind

Corn Emergence

Soybean Rust in Georgia

Small Grains Testing

Soybean Rust Intensive Training, Elizabethtown, KY

Corn Harvest Starting

Corn Ahead of Schedule

Soybean Aphid

Water ... and More Water

Spring Corn Challeneges & More

Folicur for Wheat

James Sexton and Ballard Jones, Jr. of Wayne County, Kentucky recorded the top full season soybean yield of 83.69 bu/acre. Dr. Jim Herbek presented the award. Photo by Stephen Patton.

Russell Schwenke (center) of Schwenke Brothers Farms, accepts the championship trophy for the top corn yield in in Kentucky at 296.94 bu/acre. Photo by Steve Patton.

Corn stubble in Henderson County, Kentucky.

The time is approaching for early purchases on seed, fertilizer and pesticides.

Corn harvest in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Farmers are reporting great yields and poor yields: hoping for average yields overall.

Corn silage trial in Clinton County, Kentucky.

K Deficient Soybeans

Soybeans Flowering

Corn Frost Damage

Many wheat fields are receiving the second N application

Wheat fields are ready for N treatments

Winter in Kentucky

The warm fall could lead to more aphids in wheat.

Comparing soybean maturity group performance across soil types.

Soybeans and corn near Lexington, Kentucky.

No-till wheat variety trial in Princeton, Kentucky.

No-till corn in Shelby County, Kentucky.