If there ever was a million dollar rain for tobacco in central North Carolina, it’s happened. Don Nicholson, Area Agronomist, North Carolina Department of Ag: “It’s a multi-million dollar rain now. There are a
South Carolina’s corn crop started the season with a lot of promise, but since has had its fair share of trials and tribulations. Clemson Extension corn specialist based at the Edisto Research & Education
The General Assembly has made some changes in their tax exemption policy that will affect ag producers. North Carolina Ag Commissioner Steve Troxer: “Last week farmers across NC received letters from the State Dept
Drones are appearing in headlines around the world, from being used by the military, to package deliveries, and even by farmers to check on crops. Although this new technology is becoming more popular and affordable, it also raises many concerns for privacy issues. In this video, CBS This Morning talks about privacy issues that have recently arisen across the U.S. Learn more about the future roles drones will play and then let us how you feel in our Opinion Poll.