As weed resistance continues to proliferate, there are simply more options available than ever before in weed control — with more on the horizon.
Pam Marrone, CEO and founder of Marrone Bio Innovations, discusses why biopesticides are becoming an important new tool for growers and why many experts see their use increasing in years ahead.
The 2014 season promises plenty of new solutions to hit the downstream seed treatment market.
Seed Treatment application equipment is advancing at a rapid rate and retailers are the ones benefiting from the seed treating arms race.
The seed treatment industry was stronger than ever in 2013 with new formulations and combinations of active ingredients.
Recognizing the presence of herbicide-resistant weeds and formulating a total management plan is becoming more important than ever.
Sophisticated tank mixes, multiple adjuvants and surfactants — this is the future of herbicide application.
Many factors influence a grower’s willingness to invest in micronutrients, but the days when these products are viewed as secondary are going by the wayside.
A recent study on the current relationship status between ag retailers and their local conservation district officials suggests that, while the two groups have many common goals and initiatives in the arena of conservation practices (specifically, The Fertilizer Institute’s 4Rs Nutrient Stewardship Initiative), there is still a glaring need for more collaboration between the two
Two weeks after the West Fertilizer tragedy, a group of 26 ag-industry association folks set out for a week of touring retail locations and interacting with industry members upon whom’s behalf many of them work on a daily basis. Comprised mainly of young employees from The Fertilizer Institute (TFI), Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA), CropLife America