MONMOUTH, Ill. — Six years of working with farmers studying the costs and benefits of conservation practices have shown certain practices are profitable most of the time.
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Results of a recent study funded by the United Soybean Board reveal outreach conducted by the Soybean Cyst Nematode Coalition has moved more soybean growers to actively manage soybean cyst nematode, the No. 1 yield-grabbing pathogen of the soybean crop in North America.
New insights into what’s reducing the already-dwindling population of eastern monarch butterflies have recently been shared by a team led by ecologists at Michigan State University. Changing climate at the monarch’s spring and summer breeding grounds has had the most impact. The effects of climate change between 2004 and 2018 have been about seven times more significant than other contributors, according to the team.
It’s common to lose hearing or vision as you age. However, a study published in the journal Neurology in April 2021 found that losing both sen…
A survey of Colorado e-bikers by two Colorado Mesa University researchers finds that they tend to be older, have considerable experience biking on public lands, like using e-bikes to be able to ride farther than they otherwise could, and have few perceived conflicts with other recreationists.
(The Center Square) – Americans in the first quarter of 2021 continued their 2020 pattern of moving from expensive, densely populated areas to warmer, more tax-affordable states, according to a new study from Updater Technologies.
Arizona enacted a statewide ban on texting and talking on cellphones in April 2019, but it would be nearly two years — Jan. 1, 2021 — before d…