The usual insects and diseases took a bit of a break in 2013, but other culprits surfaced — and could return.
Irrigation manufacturers have developed some vital new technologies to fine-tune irrigation and save growers money, water, energy and labor.
This year’s packages cover more facets of dealer businesses than ever.
New products are looking good, but will growers bite with lower crop prices?
Specialty fertilizer add-ons and ever more demanding growers pose real challenges for blending design and technology.
Minnesota grower Todd Golly shares his views on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles.
Retailers are closely following herbicide tolerance and drought resistance traits.
Big rigs will still deliver to boost yields, but larger issues in ag cast a few shadows on the 2014 season.
Advancing genetics continue to make seed the crop variable that calls the shots for the season.
Beyond the possibility of resistance developing, ineffective control exacts cost to growers in lost yield.