Clearly the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Friday to issue a stay on the waters of the United States rule isn't the last court action we'll see on the rule. Ag groups and members of Congress who have been fighting the rule tooth and nail, however, hailed the stay as a victory. Conservation groups weren't so happy.
On September 30, the Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee introduced bipartisan legislation to extend the December 31 deadline for U.S. railroads to be compliant with Positive Train Control (PTC) technology.
DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- The whistle has been blown and there's a time out in Illinois corn fields. A new bacterial leaf disease more common to Nebraska and other western corn states has been confirmed for the first time in Champaign County.
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, scientists advance wheat genetics, nematodes may become more robust at combating parasites, researchers look closely at plant viruses, and one company is developing technology to pull nitrogen fertilizer from livestock waste.