SFP has promoted Michael Berry to a newly developed position as vice president of business relations.
A preemergence first strike against yield-limiting waterhemp can give soybeans the early season boost needed to reach yield […]
Rowbot Systems is developing an autonomous robotic machine for precise, in-season nitrogen fertilizer applications in corn fields and other row crops.
CF Industries has completed the sale of its phosphate business to The Mosaic Co. for $1.4 billion.
Carrie Vollmer-Sanders, Director of the Western Lake Erie Basin Project for The Nature Conservancy, was honored as a “Champion of Change” for her efforts to promote a healthy Lake Erie.
Charah, Inc. has appointed Jake Simons Sales Manager of Agricultural Products, and promoted Jonathan Duke to Manager of Sales Support and Logistics for SUL4R-Plus.
H.J. Baker is now operating a third specially customized rotoformer production belt at its Atmore, AL, fertilizer plant, enabling a significant increase in production of its Tiger-Sul products.
Effective management of stored manure depends on a number of important factors, most notably a good knowledge of storage options.
While most guidelines for manure management have been based on nitrogen, experts recommend having a good understanding of the environmental impact and crop requirement of phosphorus.
The explosion, which forced the evacuation of Northwood’s approximately 2,000 residents for most of the day, has resulted in zero casualties and only four injuries.
Arborite AG-NT is an additive for urea and urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) that is proven to reduce nitrogen volatility by inhibiting the activity of the urease enzyme.
The Fertilizer Institute has announced the election of Mosaic CEO James T. Prokopanko as chairman and CHS’ Cheryl Schmura as vice chairman, as well as new three-year board members.
USDA NRCS, Ohio State Extension and IPM Institute will host a training event for CCAs to become Technical Service Providers qualified to write Nutrient Management Plans on February 25-26.
To help protect water quality, consider these best management practices for reducing the amount of phosphorus that is being land-applied as manure.
These key components should be considered when formulating a successful nutrient management plan.
Overall, the signs look good for phosphate and potash in 2014 — but there are a few obstacles to overcome along the way.
Retailers should encourage growers to do the numbers before reacting to crop prices.
Strong corn planting should translate into another good year for nitrogen-based fertilizer demand.
Chris Jahn relishes the opportunity to lead the organization through the challenging times ahead.
Ag retailers typically have been very good at communicating with local emergency responders, but showing everyone how commited they are to safety is a good idea in 2014.