10 articles From: "March 2020"


Some of these challenges include severely delayed planting of hemp (and most other crops), labor shortages for some growers, “hot” hemp crops (THC > 0.3%), and harvested hemp left in barns and warehouses while some of the larger hemp processing companies filed for bankruptcy.



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Seed corn represents the single most expensive variable input cost for Indiana corn growers (Langemeier et al., 2019) and so choosing the most economical seeding rate is important for maximizing that dollar return to seed at harvest time.





Office of Indiana State Chemist (OISC) is releasing new temporary guidance regarding compliance with state pesticide and fertilizer regulatory requirements in Indiana, in consideration of the disruptions to normal operations that are being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.




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