This was the second year of on-farm research trials that evaluate planting corn in 60-inch row-widths for the purpose of improving the success of interseeding cover crops in the corn in early summer, while maintaining corn grain yield.
Do you know an exemplary farmland owner who has built constructive relationships with farm tenants, stewarded land on behalf of rural communities or the broader landscape or helped extend opportunities to beginning farmers?
Nominate that person for our Farmland Owner Legacy Award by Friday, Feb. 28! You may submit as many nominations as you like.
Learn about how the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program can provide landowners with technical assistance and funding for rusty patch bumblebees and Topeka shiner habitat conservation.
After a break next week, fruit and vegetable farmer meet-ups start back up on Feb. 25! These events are free and open to all fruit, vegetable and flower growers.
You don’t have to be a PFI member to attend!
PFI staff have been reaching out to our members this week who have yet to respond to our 2020 member survey. If you are a current member, and have not been contacted to take the survey, please email
This information helps to keep us member-led, so please lend your voice. We only collect this information every three years. We appreciate your time and your input!