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Hemp Producers — USDA Wants to Hear About Your Experiences

USDA has re-opened the comment period for hemp production and wants to hear first-hand experiences before coming out with a final rule before next spring. Stephanie Ho has the story.

Fall is Best Time to Seed your Lawn

In many areas it’s not too late to plant new grass seed. In fact, fall is usually better than spring for that. Gary Crawford has this seedy story.

Pandemic Exposes Lack of Money Management Skills

Experts say the pandemic has amplified the fact that most of us don’t know much about how to handle money. Gary Crawford has more.

Hurricane Isabel Remembered for Storm Surge, Flooding

It’s one of the most recent storms to reshape our coastline, but can you believe it happened 17 years ago? From the State Climate Office, I’m Corey Davis, and this week in North Carolina Weather History, we remember Hurricane Isabel. Over the

SC Commissioner Hugh Weathers: ACRE Curriculum Program

The Agribusiness Center for Research and Entrepreneurship (ACRE) is now accepting applications for the third annual curriculum program for agribusiness innovators. Here to tell us more is SC Ag Commissioner Hugh Weathers. We founded ACRE three years ago to boost research and

Silage Safety During Fall Harvest

Fall harvest time is one of the most hectic times of the year for farmers and safety needs to be top priority. Mike Davis reports.

ATC: Largest Ag Investment in U.S.

It is the largest single economic opportunity ag investment in U.S. history: the $314 million Agriculture Technology Campus announced for Hampton County, South Carolina. Mike Davis reports.

Examples of Ag Cooperative Equity

Investors in cooperative businesses, like those in agriculture, may find various ways to create both equity and returns in their investment. Rod Bain reports.

Perdue: Farmers to Families is a “Win-Win-Win”

US Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue and President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka visited the NC State Farmer’s Market in Raleigh on Thursday as part of the Trump administration’s Farmers to Families Food Box distribution program. The program, in which Perdue and President Trump

Senate Coronavirus Aid Package is Dead

The Senate failed to end debate on a coronavirus aid package on Thursday, thus killing the bill. Senate Democrats say the package, which has been described as “skinny,” was too small to provide any meaningful help. The Hagstrom Report says