Jackie Pucci

Post-Patent Crop Protection Report: Industry Battles Chinese Supply Crunch

They say that if you want to know the price of agricultural chemicals, look at the sky in […]

The Dicamba Factor to Weigh Heavily in 2018 Herbicide Decisions

No surprises here: You won’t find any new blockbuster herbicides making a big splash in 2018. That fact, […]

AMVAC’s Trogele: ‘Entire Downstream Channel of Our Industry Will Be Challenged’

Retailers have increasing interest in exploring post-patent manufacturers as alternative suppliers to needed products, prompted by upheaval among […]

Missouri Latest State to Set Cut-off Dicamba Date for ’18

Missouri will limit use of dicamba in 2018, citing alleged crop injury complaints filed during the 2017 growing […]

Yes, You Can Have It All: Seed Care Equipment Advances

From the latest Farm Progress Show, Rick Smith, Marketing Director for KSi, had several big takeaways. The From the […]

Monsanto Announces XtendiMax Enhanced Label

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced enhancements to Monsanto’s XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology product label to help ensure farmers […]

EPA Sets Regulatory Actions on Dicamba for 2018

EPA has reached an agreement with Monsanto, BASF, and DuPont on measures to further minimize the potential for […]

In India, Agrichemical Distribution is No Easy Task

India is a land of contrasts. It has 16% of the world’s population, but less than 2% of […]

Rebound for Crop Protection Industry Seen in 2017

Kicking off the AgriBusi­ness Global Trade Summit — Americas in Las Vegas, NV, on August 8 was a […]

Dicamba: What to Expect in 2018

On a national scale, there are now more than 2,200 dicamba-related injury investigations being conducted by various state […]

How AgroStar Is Leading the Way to Simplify India’s Distribution

India has some 120 million growers and a predominantly generic agrichemical market. A strong and efficient distribution network […]

Arkansas State Plant Board Backs Regulatory Changes for Dicamba

The Arkansas State Plant Board voted to approve regulatory changes for the application of products labeled for agricultural […]

Monsanto Petitions Arkansas State Plant Board on Dicamba

Monsanto on Thursday filed a petition with the Arkansas State Plant Board to halt what it called an […]

Micronutrients Q&A: BRANDT’s Brian Haschmeyer

BRANDT’s Brian Haschmeyer, Director of Discovery and Innovation, offers insight into the company’s micronutrients business, what challenges it’s […]

Why Growers Rely on the Micronutrient Edge

Jason Haegele, Region Agro­nomist for WinField United in Il­linois, says that as growers honed in on addressing the […]

BASF: In Arkansas Drift Cases, Buffer Zones Mostly Not Followed

BASF on Thursday addressed questions about spreading dicamba drift issues on a media briefing call. In Arkansas – […]

Monsanto: Illegal, Improper Use at Root of Drift Problems

Monsanto isn’t backing down from the position that its tool — the Roundup Ready Xtend dicamba-tolerant system for […]

Missouri Lifts Dicamba Ban, Issues Stricter Application Parameters

The Missouri Department of Agriculture has lifted its barely week-old ban on new dicamba technologies, which have been […]

As Drift Complaints Snowball, Tennessee Sets New Dicamba Rules

Tennessee is the latest state to issue restrictions on dicamba, following snowballing complaints about the herbicide drifting onto […]

BASF Responds to Dicamba Restrictions

BASF published the following statement on July 10 in response to the dicamba bans set in Arkansas and […]

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