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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Jun. 22, 2017 Category：Science&Research
Citified nonfarmers worry that corn’s germplasm is shrinking into a narrow genetic spectrum. To them, all corn looks the same and is controlled by corporate ag...
Date：Feb. 16, 2017 Category：Markets
Julie Strain has worked at Red Wing Software for over 20 years, most of those in her current consulting role. Julie consults with agricultural customers of Red ...
Date：Feb. 15, 2017 Category：Markets
The list of biological products farmers will have available continues to grow. The idea of using bio tools is gaining value as more companies, including Monsant...
Date：Nov. 17, 2016 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Plant breeding was at one time as much art as science. Plant breeders would cross lines they felt had genetic potential to produce new varieties of progeny with...
Date：Sep. 26, 2016 Category：Science&Research
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, in coordination with testing by the University of Illinois, recently confirmed protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PPO) inhibit...
Date：Jun. 1, 2016 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The Mosaic Company
The Mosaic Company, says that beyond the three primary nutrients (N, P, K), growers should pay close attention to secondary macronutrients such as sulfur (S) an...
Tags:Application & TechnologyNPK Compound fertilizer Micro element fertilizer
Date：Nov. 14, 2014 Category：Products
In-furrow insecticide application has its uses, even with the biotech advancements offered by seed companies, but that same process can be time-consuming. FMC l...
Tags:Application & TechnologyInsecticides
Date：Apr. 3, 2014 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The world of crop fertility is undergoing significant change. Not only is the technology of delivering crop nutrients changing, but the science behind the proce...
Date：Feb. 26, 2014 Category：Products
Several major multinationals launches a new batch of herbicide offerings for US’s corn and soybean producers for 2014.
Date：Feb. 10, 2014 Category：Products
The ever-changing ag business is challenging all players to be smarter with resources. Companies that serve the industry are looking for ways to provide custome...
Tags:Application & Technology
Date：Dec. 12, 2013 Category：Markets
The battle against pests seems never-ending, but innovative crop protection companies have long been hard at work on the issue. Recently, a trend has been devel...
Date：Nov. 8, 2013 Category：Markets
Farmers should anticipate seeing a significantly lower fertilizer bill for 2014 than for other recent cropping years, say industry analysts. Just how low that c...
Agricultural economists predict crop protection costs will rise just slightly in 2014.
Date：Sep. 26, 2013 Category：Products
Remote sensing involves collecting information about objects soil or crops from remote platforms like satellites, aircraft or ground-based booms.
Tags:DuPontApplication & Technology
Date：Jul. 12, 2013 Category：Markets
The global biotech market is important to U.S. farmers who rely on those innovations to produce crops more efficiently than ever before. But in the global marke...
Date：May. 24, 2013 Category：Products
The guide, Fungicides for Field Crops, was edited by specialists from five universities and printed by the American Phytopathological Society. It covers all asp...
Date：Apr. 25, 2013 Category：Products
Becker-Underwood has been in the inoculants business for some time, and its success hasn't been missed. In fact, the company was acquired by BASF late in 2012 a...
Date：Mar. 25, 2013 Category：Markets
The annual gathering of corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum producer groups is a popular place for companies to announce new seed and crop protection products. Her...
Date：Mar. 11, 2013 Category：Products
After years of primarily using one-size-fits-all spray tips that are ideal for spraying Roundup Ready crops, growers may now need to own an arsenal of nozzles s...
Date：Feb. 4, 2013 Category：Products
With higher commodity prices, producers are looking to protect every last bushel. And the battle against insect pests has gone beyond traditional soil-applied i...