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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Dec. 7, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Will consumers accept the CRISPR Cas9 gene editing technology and the wealth of new products and cropping innovations it promises to usher in in coming years?
Date：Nov. 16, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant biotechnologist Dr. Keertie Rathore has developed a cotton variety that exhibits low levels of gossypol in its cottonseed whil...
Date：Oct. 4, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
From meager beginnings as one of 32 graduates from Mississippi’s Tunica County High School Class of 1962, Dr. Grover Shannon was recently honored with a Lifeti...
Date：Aug. 29, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
As American farmers and ranchers step up to help meet the global challenge of producing 70 percent more food by the year 2050 to meet nutrition needs of some 9 ...
Date：Jul. 4, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
With concerns about Mid-South crops suffering increasing numbers of drift incidents, Monsanto is standing firm behind its Xtend technology.
Date：May. 18, 2018 Category：Products
BASF Crop Protection
BASF, in partnership with Horizon Ag, released the Provisia™ Rice System, making the Provisia seed variety — PVL01 — available for limited launch this 2018 s...
Date：Jan. 12, 2018 Category：Markets
Mid-South producers looking to plant conventional soybeans in 2018 should consider varieties being offered by the Arkansas-based Natural Soybean and Grain Allia...
Date：Feb. 8, 2017 Category：Markets
With U.S. cotton producers indicating they plan to increase their acres of the crop in many areas in 2017 U.S. seed companies have stepped up to the plate with ...
Date：Jan. 28, 2016 Category：Products
Ag media was abuzz late last fall when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency filed a petition to vacate the label for Enlist Duo, claiming the need for furth...
Date：Dec. 24, 2015 Category：Markets
Farmers in the United States and China now plant about 50 percent of their acres to hybrid rice, according to Michael Gumina, global CEO for RiceTec Ag, a seed ...
Date：Jun. 30, 2015 Category：Products
Quintec fungicide (active ingredient: quinoxyfen) from Dow AgroSciences, known as an effective treatment for suppressing bacterial spot in peppers, is now avail...
Date：Mar. 20, 2015 Category：Regulations
In response to the states’ requests, the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) has granted Section 18 emergency use exemptions in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia...
Date：Jan. 9, 2014 Category：Companies
Nachurs Alpine Solutions announces the opening of their St. Gabriel, La., liquid fertilizer manufacturing plant.
Date：Sep. 26, 2013 Category：Products
Sometime between now and the end of the decade Monsanto plans to launch a new corn rootworm 3 trait that could give corn farmers a much-need additional option f...
Date：Sep. 25, 2013 Category：Regulations
Many farmers were looking forward to having new weed control technologies available in 2014. But USDA pushed that timetable back at least a year when it require...
Date：Sep. 23, 2013 Category：Products
Chemtura AgroSolutions announces that DoubleTake insecticide has received registration from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA).
Date：Aug. 21, 2013 Category：Markets
U.S. corn producers are expected to produce the largest U.S. corn crop ever this fall, according to USDA’s Aug. 12 Crop Production report. Corn production is f...
Date：May. 2, 2013 Category：Markets
A program to gather outdated, unused or otherwise unwanted agricultural pesticides to keep them out of the environment has collected more than 1 million pounds ...
Tags:Environment & Health
Date：Nov. 7, 2012 Category：Products
No-till production systems are especially hard on applied fertilizer and are a perfect environment for post-application losses of phosphorus (P) to naturally oc...
Tags:Application & Technology
Date：Sep. 12, 2012 Category：Products
Wheat farmers can count on high fertilizer prices becoming a consistent factor in annual production budgets, says a Texas AgriLife Extension fertility specialis...