Farming Practices

NOAA Expects Spring Flooding, But Not Like 2019

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admn. forecasters are predicting widespread flooding this spring but do not expect it to be as severe or prolonged overall as the historic floods in 2019. Major to moderate flooding is likely in 23 states from the Northern Plains south to the Gulf Coast, with the most significant flood potential in parts of North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, which could hamper planting of crops.
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Certified Organic Crop Acres Increased 13% in 2019

U.S. farmers harvested nearly 3.3 million acres of certified organic field crops in 2019, driven by 14% more organic field crop operations, according to Mercaris, a market data service and online trading platform for organic, non-GMO and certified agricultural commodities.
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Sustainable Ag Practices Could Improve Growers’ Bottom Line

There’s a big push right now for “regenerative” or “sustainable agriculture” practices. With little or no perceived value to their production though, growers are unlikely to change their cropping practices. Some in the sustainable ag space, however, say that certain sustainable practices can provide increased productivity, including crop yields and return per acre.
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