Maryland Grain

Grain is the number one commodity grown in Maryland with major importance to the economy and land use. It encompasses almost a million acres in production and provides an invaluable feed source to livestock and poultry.

The Maryland Grain Page will provide Extension and Research activities for agronomic crops. Resources include Agronomy News, agronomy meeting recordings, and other production-related information.

  • Corn harvest from above on the Eastern Shore of Maryland


  • Two farmers kneeling in a green soybean crop field


  • Wheat with blue sky and clouds in the background


  • Two people standing in the middle of a tillage radish cover crop field

    Cover Crops

  • Hand holding grain over bag

    Agronomy Meetings

  • Aerial photo of a combine harvesting corn

    Agronomy News

  • Combine harvesting grain

    Organic Grain

  • Grain farmer kneels down on field to check soil

    Farm Management

  • Two people holding up a precision ag equipment that looks like a small plane

    Precision Agriculture

  • Grassed waterway in between soybean fields in Easton, MD

    Nutrient Management

  • Picture of a tractor with pesticide applicator attachment

    Pesticide Applicators

Additional Resources

Use the following buttons to navigate through University of Maryland Extension's Grain Resources