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Grower-customers looking to scale back spending in 2015 won’t consider seed treatment, say experts.
Bayer CropScience’s annual gathering provided insights into some of the many challenges facing today’s agricultural community.
There was plenty of future-talk at this year’s event as companies (and growers) are largely in a holding pattern of sorts.
Finding good employees almost always ranks as the No. 1 or No. 2 problem for ag retailers in our annual CropLife 100 survey.
Two decades in, this annual gathering of all things agriculture has become a must-see event.
The largest indoor farm trade show continues to impress visitors after five decades.
“A recent poll found 66% of consumers favored biotech food labeling.”
The agricultural market could look radically different this year, profit-wise, depending upon which segment you do business in.
A new survey finds the American public seems generally confused when it comes to any three-letter descriptor for their food.
Agriculture is bracing for lower demand in 2015 in some areas, but not others.
The new year will likely bring new challenges for agriculture.
Despite a subdued outlook by many in the industry, there is some hope we could see an uptick in facility expansion in 2015.
The ag retail market bids a fond farewell to another good year.
The self-propelled sprayer maker has a hit on its hands with the new STS Series model.
At the annual Agricultural Retailers Association meeting, Pinnacle Ag outlined its plans for the marketplace, in 2015 and beyond.
I’m fearful 2015 could be a challenging year in agriculture because of the feedback I received from ag retailers in this year’s CropLife 100 survey.
As Thanksgiving Day 2014 arrives, agriculture has plenty to be thankful for.
Despite their potential health benefits, one of the world’s largest potato users will pass on a new biotech offering.