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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Feb. 5, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
During President Trump’s talk with Vice Premier Liu He in the Oval Office during the latest round of trade talks, a simple handshake caused quite the stir. As ...
Date：Jan. 25, 2019 Category：Products
Compatible with any phosphorus and potassium fertilizer blend, AgXplore introduces Microcoat, which is a blend of five essential micro and secondary nutrients.
Date：Dec. 21, 2018 Category：Companies
PlantResponse Biotech S.L.
Its origin is in Spain using a model that partners closely with academic research, and with the closing of the first allotment in its latest round of $6.9 milli...
Date：Oct. 25, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Lance Petersen remembers the first thing he ever bought online—a 1/64th scale Lexion combine. He was about 13 years old and remembers his family had dial up in...
Date：Aug. 15, 2018 Category：Markets
U.S. soybean farmer’s biggest foreign competitor Brazil faces new challenges as a judge moves to ban glyphosate until more toxicology studies are completed. Ho...
Date：Jul. 19, 2018 Category：Companies
The Andersons, Inc., has announced four changes to its leadership team in the plant nutrient group. The plant nutrient group's wholesale fertilizer business ser...
Date：Jul. 9, 2018 Category：Products
Yamaha’s second remotely piloted helicopter Fazer has received an exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States for agricultura...
Date：May. 24, 2018 Category：Markets
AgProfessional（Vance Publishing Corporation）
Undergoing final tests before the liquid is replaced with weedkiller, the Swiss robot is one of new breed of AI weeders that investors say could disrupt the $10...
Date：May. 21, 2018 Category：Regulations
The U.S. has fallen behind in federal agriculture research and seed breeding investment: China has surpassed the country in spending since 2008. To combat low s...
Date：May. 14, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Instead of seven to 10 long years of waiting for the next ‘big’ jump in yield or agronomic improvement, precision gene editing technology could get it on farm...
Date：Mar. 2, 2018 Category：Companies
Syngenta Crop Protection AG
Chinese-owned Syngenta is upping the ante on seed investments, with $400 million earmarked for growth and expansion in the next few years. The company is adding...
Date：Dec. 26, 2017 Category：Markets
In less than one month, more than 1,200 applicators have attended dicamba-specific training classes to prepare for the 2018 application season.
Date：Nov. 2, 2017 Category：Companies
After finding cases of skin irritation, Monsanto is pulling its new seed treatment for 2018 to review the product. Monsanto recently received EPA approval for N...
Date：Jul. 25, 2017 Category：Companies
UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, announced recently that Daniel Nelso...
Date：Jul. 14, 2017 Category：Products
Farmers in Missouri can again purchase and use new dicamba formulations for over-the-top use in soybeans and cotton—with a few additional requirements.
Date：Jul. 10, 2017 Category：Products
The agriculture departments in Missouri and Arkansas, ground zero in the ongoing challenges related to alleged dicamba misuse, on Friday each halted the sale an...
Date：Jul. 3, 2017 Category：Products
Farmers are investing more in soil management techniques that utilize and balance synthetic and organic fertilizers to maximize yields and build quality of soil...
Date：Jun. 29, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
As you and farmers survey fields this summer, several questions come to mind: How many plants germinated per acre? How does altering row spacing affect my yield...
Date：Jun. 23, 2017 Category：Companies
To help farmers with timely decisions, WinField United and Aker partnered to introduce AkerScout this spring. A directed crop scouting mobile and web app AkerSc...
Date：Jun. 8, 2017 Category：Science&Research
Identifying corn diseases and pursuing the best management plan available just got easier, faster and more cost effective due to new testing protocols announced...