Agrium Advanced Technologies (AAT) agronomists recently hosted an R&D tour to increase awareness around the successes occurring in a variety of crops using ESN SMART NITROGEN.
Graph below show rainfastness of Credit Xtreme compared to Roundup PowerMAX and Roundup WeatherMAX. In the research study […]
Following last year’s severe drought, many analysts predicted 2013 could be a rougher year for the fertilizer category. And it was.
Two new liquid starter fertilizers — XLR-rate and Aventine Complete — are available through CHS Service Centers, cooperatives and crop input retailers.
In partnership with BASF, FMC and Nufarm, West Central has announced its Leaders of In-Furrow Technology (LIFT) program to bring awareness to the benefits of in-furrow application.
Koch Agronomic Services recently announced Dr. Rigas E. Karamanos has joined the team as a Senior Agronomist in Canada.
Applying gypsum in late fall is a common practice among crop farmers in order to build soil structure and replenish sulfur for the next year’s crop.
The controlled-release fertilizer from Agrium Advanced Technologies has been nominated as an innovative technology by members of the Agricultural Retailers Association.
Results from a pilot project in the Western Lake Erie Basin of Ohio indicate that non-operator landowners are motivated and interested in reducing fertilizer losses from the fields they lease.
Mosaic Co. has put its Argentina and Chile phosphate operations on the market, days after it announced it was acquiring CF Industries’ phosphate business.
From site selection to treatment facilities, there are many components to consider in an effective manure management plan.
Because every manure management system is unique, the best way to assess manure nutrients is by sampling and analyzing the content, according to Iowa State University Extension.
The National Lime Association (NLA) has named William C. Herz executive director.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is fining the parent company of the West Fertilizer plant, Adair Grain Inc., $118,300 for 24 violations.
The Fertilizer Institute joined a coalition appealing a U.S. District Court ruling on the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for nitrogen and phosphorus.
Iowa State University recently announced changes to potassium (K) fertility guidelines based on moist soil measurements.
Bartlett will direct all corporate and division marketing efforts and report to Steve Azzarello.
Dr. Kyle Freeman, manager of New Product Development at The Mosaic Co., has been recognized by Vance Publishing in its inaugural 40 Under 40 in Agriculture Awards.
Although The Fertilizer Institute’s Ford West is retiring at the end of 2013, his contributions to both the industry (and its personnel) will live on for years to come.
The Mosaic Co. has been recognized for the voluntary reporting of its global greenhouse gas footprint and for […]