conservation tillage

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022:Weather Adjusts Michigan Planting

David Williams|May 27, 2022

Farmers rely on the weather, but we also must adjust to what the weather allows. We’ve had to do quite a bit of adapting based…

Infrastructure

USSEC CEO Emphasizes Importance of Sustainability During Keynote Address at the International Grains Conference

Paul Murphy-Spooner|Jun 17, 2020

USSEC CEO Jim Sutter shared with virtual attendees why sustainability is fundamental for U.S. Soy farmers to maintain and meet the needs for a growing…

Sustainability

How Conservation Can Ready Soils for Planting After Tough Weather

Ag Professional|May 4, 2020

Conservation tillage systems can provide solutions for challenging soil and field conditions created by tough weather in 2019, according to an article from Ag Professional.

Ground Work

2020 Ground Work:Planting Soybeans in Illinois

Elliott Uphoff|Apr 30, 2020

Illinois soybean farmer Elliott Uphoff shares a 2020 Ground Work update about planting soybeans and controlling weeds on his farm, as well as the economics…

Sustainability

USDA’s ERS Releases “Agriculture Resources and Environmental Indicators 2019” Report

USSEC Staff Writer|Jun 3, 2019

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Economic Research Service (ERS) released its Agriculture Resources and Environmental Indicators, 2019 report on May 7. The report describes trends…

Sustainability

U.S. Soy Farmers:Pillars of Sustainability

USFRA Staff Writer|Jan 2, 2019

Water, soil, air, and habitat are important to consumers. They've always been important to U.S. Soy farmers as well. This infographic highlights what U.S. growers…