Chris Jahn relishes the opportunity to lead the organization through the challenging times ahead.
Overall, the signs look good for phosphate and potash in 2014 — but there are a few obstacles to overcome along the way.
New products are looking good, but will growers bite with lower crop prices?
Biotech opponents are as entrenched in their views as believers in a particular faith, so agriculture should stop catering to them.
Although they are coveted by ag retailers, large growers are less common than some think.
Specialty fertilizer add-ons and ever more demanding growers pose real challenges for blending design and technology.
Retailers should encourage growers to do the numbers before reacting to crop prices.
Minnesota grower Todd Golly shares his views on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles.
Match sulfur supply to corn crop’s needs to maximize yields and fertilizer dollars.
Strong corn planting should translate into another good year for nitrogen-based fertilizer demand.
Despite a lingering fear of market push back, micronutrient manufacturers are full speed ahead with nutritionals for 2014.
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.