TOWAOC — In late June, Simon Martinez drove along one of the dirt roads crisscrossing the parched rocky shrubland on the Ute Mountain Ute Trib…
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OLATHE — Erasmo Cano downs a bottled drink and dumps the dregs of packaged cookies into his mouth before he climbs out of the van where he and…
It’s that time of year.
The sweet corn harvest may have begun a few days later than expected, but the end result is sweet indeed.
With higher crop prices, farmers are hoping to take full advantage of profit potential in 2021. However, getting the most out of a crop and addressing the bottom line requires careful consideration.
Crops in Illinois have withstood erratic rainfall and are looking good at the midpoint of the growing season. Plenty of moisture has been a boon, although there are concerns about too much in some places.