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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Aug. 21, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
“We don’t think dicamba in the current formulations can be safely used in the growing season. We suggest that the EPA restrict the Roundup Ready 2 Xtend syste...
Date：Jul. 24, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Market watchers are also keeping an eye on dry conditions developing in parts of the United States.
Date：May. 1, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
There are numerous motivations for farms to expand their businesses. Even in today's environment of tight margins, many farms are exploring expansion options. W...
Date：Jan. 22, 2018 Category：Markets
Soybean traders felt the USDA was less bearish than many inside the trade had been expecting. U.S. ending stocks were only raised higher by 25 million bushels a...
Date：Nov. 20, 2017 Category：Products
BASF Agricultural Solutions
In a conference call with the media on November 17, 2017, BASF executives reported very positive feedback from most of the growers they talked to regarding weed...
Date：Oct. 27, 2017 Category：Products
The EPA recently announced changes to the new dicamba labels in response to widespread off-target plant injury in 2016.
Date：Aug. 11, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
As we enter August, the big unknown in fields presenting dicamba injury symptoms will be dicamba’s impact on soybean yield. Unfortunately, due to the sensitivi...
Date：Jan. 24, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Biopesticides used in combination with conventional fungicides have proven themselves in recent years. Now, biostimulants and biofertilizers are moving into the...
Date：May. 2, 2013 Category：Products
Soybean growers are one step closer to achieving season-long, pre- and post-emergence weed control with a chemistry they’re accustomed to in corn. Syngenta rec...
Date：Oct. 2, 2012 Category：Products
This year the crops have matured early and harvest is moving ahead of normal. With a large amount of the soybeans and corn coming out, thoughts are turning to g...
Tags:Application & Technology
Date：Sep. 11, 2012 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
University of Illinois Assistant Professor Fabián Fernández says many farmers are asking questions about adding nutrients to the soil in preparation for next ...
Date：Sep. 6, 2012 Category：Companies
FMC Corporation announces an expanded development and distribution agreement with Kumiai Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., to extend access to the active ingredient ...
Date：Aug. 28, 2012 Category：Products
Removal of P and K with harvest influences the amount of available P and K in soils. Estimates of removal are used to decide fertilizer application to maintain ...
Date：Apr. 11, 2012 Category：Products
BASF Crop Protection announced the submission to regulatory agencies in the United States of the registration application for Engenia™ herbicide, a technologic...
Date：Jan. 19, 2012 Category：Products
Valent anticipates that Fierce, a pre-emergence herbicide (pyroxasulfone and flumioxazin) for use
Date：Sep. 9, 2011 Category：Products
Growers in Iowa and Illinois are experiencing hardship with damaged Bt hybrid corn crops destroyed by corn rootworm. With proven results and convenient applicat...
Date：Aug. 4, 2011 Category：Markets
A study by Celeres indicates that 82.7% of the area for soybeans, 64.9% of the area for corn and 39.7% of the area for cotton will be using GM seeds; the centra...
Date：Jul. 21, 2011 Category：Products
Mycogen Seeds is introducing 25 new grain corn hybrids for the 2012 growing season, including and 9 new SmartStax hybrids and 5 new Dow AgroSciences REFUGE ADVA...
Date：Jul. 18, 2011 Category：Companies
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has entered into a non-exclusive sublicense agreement with Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow C...
Date：Apr. 18, 2011 Category：Companies
Glyphosate resistance threatens thousands of acres and millions of dollars in lost yields. With one of the largest agrochemical portfolios in cotton today, MANA...