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Excitement and technology developments could make 2014 a year to remember for precision ag.
Proposed legislation in Congress might prevent states from passing biotech crop labeling laws.
Food Democracy Now! is calling for people to divest Monsanto stock from their investment portfolios.
Younger grower-customers will not only expect new agricultural technologies, they will demand it from their ag retailers.
Many players in ag have been quick to overreact to any bad news, but it may be premature.
The first report on West Fertilizer cites plenty of reasons why the disaster happened.
This often overlooked niche hopes to find new fans in the coming years.
Presenting the views on agriculture from a few growers and how these could impact ag retailers.
Although it’s still early in the year, the pace of consolidation at the ag retail level is quickening.
Besides a host of pest challenges, agriculture in 2014 will be dealing with plenty of hard-to-kill weeds as well.
As agriculture prepares for planting, ag retailers and their grower-customers will have a relatively new pair of insects to track in soybean fields.
A new ruling could impact how soon UAVs can fly U.S. skies.
Based upon comments made at this winter’s trade shows, today’s growers are a different breed.
CropLife Editor Eric Sfiligoj pays tribute to a fallen friend.
For most players in the ag retail marketplace, the month of February is a time to visit the trade show circuit around the country.
Chances are the exhibitors at this winter’s largest trade show — the National Farm Machinery Show — will feature plenty of high-tech options on their products.
Congress approves a new Farm Bill, and agriculture finally exhales.
Biotech opponents are as entrenched in their views as believers in a particular faith, so agriculture should stop catering to them.