- 2014 grain sorghum 'pleasant surprise'. Bennett, David // Delta Farm Press;10/31/2014, Vol. 71 Issue 43, p2
The article presents comments by grain sorghum farmer Stewart Weaver on a better than expected sorghum crop, with a sugarcane aphid infestation as the only major setback.
- Peak Performances. A. B. // National Geographic Adventure;Nov2008, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p30
The article reviews the book "Fallen Giants," by Maurice Isserman and Stewart Weaver.
- Weaver family farm's roots sunk deep in Arkansas. Bennett, David // Delta Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/24/2014, p2
The article traces the family background of Stewart Weaver, sorghum grower and chairman of the United Sorghum Check-off Program, in Arkansas. According to Weaver, his grandparents lived on the top floor of the two-story commissary-type building where his farm office is located in Edmondson. He...
- Checkoff invests $3.4M to enhance sorghum's genetic potential. // High Plains Journal;3/18/2013, Vol. 131 Issue 11, p2-C
The article provides information on the approval of 3.4 million dollars for investments in private and public research, by the board of directors of the United Sorghum Checkoff Program, U.S., intended to maximize the genetic potential of the crop.
- Shorter Notices. Griffiths, Clare // English Historical Review;Nov99, Vol. 114 Issue 459, p1365
Reviews the book `The Hammonds. A Marriage in History,' by Lawrence Hammond and Barbara Bradby.
- Reviews of Books: Europe: Early Modern and Modern. Dworkin, Dennis // American Historical Review;Feb2000, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p285
Reviews the book `The Hammonds: A Marriage in History,' by Stewart A. Weaver.
- Mid-South sorghum advancing. Bennett, David // Delta Farm Press;10/31/2014, Vol. 71 Issue 43, p1
The article discusses the increase of grain sorghum (milo) cultivation across the Southeastern and mid-Southern U.S. Reasons for the increase include sorghum's tolerance of drought conditions in the Southern states, herbicide-resistant pigweed pest plants, and resistance of some varieties to...
- John Fielden and the Politics of Popular Radicalism, 1832-1847 (Book Review). Robson, Ann // American Historical Review;Apr89, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p439
Reviews the book 'John Fielden and the Politics of Popular Radicalism, 1832-1847,' by Stewart Angas Weaver.
- Vilsack announces Sorghum Checkoff board appointments. // High Plains Journal;9/5/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 36, p4-A
The article announces various appointments to the Sorghum Promotion, Research, and Information Board of the U.S. Department of Agriculture including Louise Rigdon, Stewart Weaver, and Adam Baldwin.