STUTTGART, Ark. – Arkansas crop producers who want to get a better handle on their water use in the 2019 growing season will have several opportunities through a series of
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LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas farmers planted more than 20,000 acres of peanuts for the third straight year, but this year were enduring a harvest that dragged into December. “Arkansas peanut
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture research in rice may lead to more sustainable crop production in Arkansas and around the world. The quest for increased
Farm, research tour keeps aides to Arkansas congressional delegation in touch with current ag issues
NEWPORT, Ark. – As the No. 1 industry in Arkansas, agriculture is often a top concern for the state’s legislators, both within Arkansas borders and in the nation’s capitol.
Five Rivers Master Gardeners met at the Heritage Memorial Gardens in Imboden on October 22 for a workday with 12 members present.