By Brian Jenks, Ph.D.
Farmers are in the business of producing food and sustaining their families. They make decisions that will bring in the most income, just like every non-farmer has to do in their walk of life. However, farmers face a distinct challenge in that what is best financially (at least in the short term), may not be what’s best agronomically in the long run. That’s because of Mother Nature’s rules. One of her rules is that biological species, such as weeds, adapt to what farmers do. Read More »