Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue indicated to reporters this week that he would like to see the industry work […]
Farmers are looking at agronomics from a different point of view. They know that the future of their […]
Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Robb Fraley — a man who has seemingly been at the center of Monsanto’s […]
Nozzles get a lot of attention for their drift reduction contributions, but other technologies are developing that offer […]
If you had asked four-decade ag veteran Mark Bartel, President of Wilger Inc., just a few years ago […]
This upcoming growing season promises to be slightly different than any that have come before it. In 2017, […]
Monsanto Co. announced today that EPA has approved XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology, a low-volatility dicamba herbicide, for […]
The pressure was already on for the ag industry to reduce drift. Now, after what the South experienced […]
Every year in the spring, ag retailers and their grower-customers prepare for the coming crop season. This involves […]
The potential for pesticide drift remains an unavoidable feature of modern agriculture. Here, too, history repeats itself. “When […]
There is a catch to the long-awaited approvals of the new technologies from Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto, and BASF, […]
Helena Chemical Co. introduces Justified, an innovative drift control agent designed to improve the performance and precision of […]
Off-target movement of crop protection products has been a problem for decades. The issue got more contentious when […]
Willmar Fabrication’s hooded sprayers have the potential to minimize pesticide drift, especially when combined with other drift reduction technologies, such as drift retardant adjuvants or low-drift nozzles.
This year’s line-up of tips feature the versatility to handle any spray job. View photos and product descriptions of the latest nozzles on the market in our slideshow.
New weed control systems and growing public pressure mean technologies to minimize drift can’t come fast enough.
As growers get their corn crops out, there is potential for insecticide drift from planters that could impact pollinators, according to an Ohio State entomologist.
CropLife Media Group’s recent Webinar explored ways that applicators can improve spray efficacy.
A pair of researchers at Wilbur-Ellis attempt to clarify drift reduction technology and research.
Normally, agricultural aviators don’t have much of an audience when they’re out spraying crops, but this past April […]