With at least two successive years of what may well be the largest agricultural gold rush in centuries […]
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Anyone not directly involved in U.S. production agriculture could easily believe annual crop yield increases could go on […]
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The annual Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) meeting is a great gathering place for many of the industry’s most […]
Early in the process of assembling information for the State of the Industry report, it was assumed that […]
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This fall growers and retailers have faced a unique combination of natural and man-made challenges that are making […]
My partner in crime shared some of the early returns from our 29th CropLife 100 research project, and […]
As the 2012 season winds down in the United States, the trend I’ve seen in previous years continues…more and more growers are choosing aerial application to control diseases and pests.
CropLife Contributing Editor Lisa Heacox examines the explosive growth in aerial application in recent years.
To understand how aerial application is viewed by the marketplace, CropLife conducted a survey of its readers, which produced some interesting results.
Aerial application, when used in a systematic approach to crop protection, can deliver prompt, accurate and efficient control of pests and resistant weed species.
In light of the many demands of owning and operating planes, most ag retailers advocate contracting with a local aerial business for aerial application services.
Finding the perfect aerial applicator for your operation is as easy as talking to other local growers, checking with associations and researching local companies.
Dicamba has enjoyed a long and productive life in the weed control world. Velsicol Chemical Co. introduced dicamba […]