Developing markets overseas are taxing the patience of domestic ag retailers as crop protection manufacturers allocate more and more inventory to serve this relatively newer market demand.
The agronomic benefits of using residual weed control are clear—and there are financial benefits as well. Growers enrolled […]
Despite uneven weather and uncertain commodity prices, ag retailers continued to make money in 2013.
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Although there are currently dozens of weeds that show some kind of resistance to herbicides, these five are the most troublesome.
Here’s quick look at weed control strategies and their cost.
Recognizing the presence of herbicide-resistant weeds and formulating a total management plan is becoming more important than ever.
Beyond the possibility of resistance developing, ineffective control exacts cost to growers in lost yield.
Sophisticated tank mixes, multiple adjuvants and surfactants — this is the future of herbicide application.
There are lessons to be learned for the Midwest from the places where Palmer amaranth resistance to glyphosate first emerged.
As resistant weeds become more common in crop fields across the country, the entire agricultural community is scrambling to keep pace.
Members of the agricultural community might be tempted to take short-term fixes to problems, but only a long-term approach will ultimately prevail.
Recruiting consultants discussed the state of the ag workforce and strategies for finding and keeping employees at the CLMG’s recent Webinar (NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND).
Attendees at the annual Ag Issues Forum heard myriad agricultural topics discussed, but two issues – relations with the public and honeybee health – dominated the event.
There are plenty of changes ahead for agriculture over the next dozen years, says one expert.
Globalization, volatility and risk management are now the predominant drivers of fertilizer price and availability.
Skilled supply chain management will help keep ag retailers stocked and ready when it comes to managing crop nutrients in 2013.
The most successful companies at keeping employees are those that have an established image in their communities, clients and potential workers.
While some individual crop input prices are expected to increase, some will decrease and others will stay about the same, according to a farm business management specialist.
Fresh from serving as the primary educational session coordinator at the Agricultural Retailers Association annual meeting in December, […]