CropLife Staff

Diagnosing Soybean Seedling Diseases

Soybean seedling diseases are one of the most important causes of reduced stand establishment and can cause economic […]

5 Steps for Stewardship of Treated Seed

With planting season just around the corner, the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) reminds farmers to follow five […]

Assessing your Need for Sulfur Application in Corn

It is important to understand where sulfur that is utilized for crops comes from in order to determine […] Top 10 Most Popular Stories in 2017

The editors at always get excited putting together our website’s list of the most-read stories of the […]

New Data Indicates Farm Runoff Primary Cause of Lake Erie Algal Blooms

This summer was the third largest algal bloom outbreak in the history of Lake Erie. It was so […]

Midwest Ag Retailers Launch New Online Ordering Platform

Several successful Midwest agricultural retailers are partnering in a new business. CommoditAg is an easy-to-use online ordering platform […]

Minnesota Announces Restrictions on Using Herbicide Dicamba

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota announced restrictions Tuesday on how farmers can use the herbicide dicamba in 2018, responding […]

Marrone Bio Innovations Introduces Amplitude Biofungicide for White Mold Control

Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc., a leading provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products for agriculture, turf […]

Dicamba: Monsanto Moves to Stop Arkansas Ban

Little Rock, AR (AP) — Monsanto asked a judge Tuesday to prevent Arkansas from enforcing a proposal going […]

FarmLead Launches GrainCents Cash Markets Advisory Service

FarmLead, North America’s largest and fastest growing online grain marketplace, has announced the launch of GrainCents, a digital […]

Dicamba and the Treadmill of Herbicide Resistance

Many reports have circulated the U.S. concerning widespread dicamba injury to off-target crops, particularly in the Mid-South and […]

Candid Dicamba Conversation

There is a lot of information and opinions being circulated surrounding the dicamba issue, writes Allie Arp on […]

Combatting Palmer Amaranth, Other Herbicide-Resistant Weeds Focus of Conference

The Palmer Project of Simpson College is hosting a weed resistance conference focused on Palmer amaranth January 4-6, […]

Oklahoma Foundation Seed Stocks Opens New Complex

People may not know Oklahoma Foundation Seed Stocks by name, but anyone who enjoys munching on a sandwich […]

Seed Testing: Ensuring It Is What You Think It Is

Just ask any seed technologist or seed lab worker and they will tell you why seed testing is […]

Nitrogen and the Soybean Yield Gap

Soybeans require a lot of nitrogen (N), in fact, most legumes require more N than do other grain […]

Soil Sampling: The Beginning of a Right Diagnosis

4R Nutrient Stewardship is fundamentally based on the diagnosis of soil fertility, writes Fernando Garcia, International Plant Nutrition […]

Farmers Business Network Announces $110 Million Series D Funding

Farmers Business Network, the independent farmer-to-farmer network, announced a $110 million Series D funding round, led by funds […]

ARA Presents Distinguished Service and Lifetime Awards

The Agricultural Retailers Association recognized the 40-year career of William “Tip” O’Neill with the Jack Eberspacher Lifetime Achievement […]

Does Foliar Feeding Work?

It is becoming a common practice to foliar feed crop plants when spraying herbicides, insecticides or fungicides, writes […]