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Seed/BiotechPioneer To Offer New Drought Options
July 27, 2009
A multi-faceted program could launch Drought I corn hybrids developed with Pioneer Hi-Bred’s Accelerated Yield Technology system (AYT) as soon Read More
ManagementTexas Drought Losses Reach $3.6 Billion
July 27, 2009
Lack of rainfall and record triple-digit temperatures have scorched crops and rangeland throughout parts of Texas, causing drought losses to Read More
Seed/BiotechDrought-Tolerant Corn Collaboration
June 15, 2009
Scientists at Monsanto Co. and BASF Corp. have unveiled the discovery that a naturally-occurring gene can help corn plants combat Read More
Seed/BiotechUSDA Beans To Offer Drought Tolerance
April 22, 2009
USDA scientists plan to release a line of drought-tolerant soybeans soon. The soybean breeding line offering drought-tolerant traits was developed Read More
Seed/BiotechMonsanto Completes Drought-Tolerant Corn Submission
March 17, 2009
Monsanto Co. has completed regulatory submissions in the U.S. and Canada for the world’s first biotech drought-tolerant corn product developed Read More
Seed/BiotechDrought-Tolerant Gene Clears Hurdle
January 12, 2009
As growers around the world search for innovative new technologies to help them produce more with fewer resources, Monsanto Co. Read More
ManagementTrying To Beat Drought
October 29, 2008
To satisfy the world’s growing demand for food, scientists are trying to pull off a genetic trick that nature itself Read More
InsecticidesWhere It’s Dry, Pest Concerns Are High
September 16, 2008
Not everyone’s dealing with wet fields. In areas where dry conditions have plagued soybean crops, some pests have been having Read More
Crop InputsDrought-Tolerant In 2012?
May 21, 2008
BASF SE, the world’s largest chemical maker, says the drought-tolerant corn seeds it’s developing with Monsanto Co. will reach growers Read More
Seed/BiotechMonsanto Focuses On Drought Tolerance
May 6, 2008
Monsanto plans to invest $6 million in its Gothenburg facility to build a new center to test and promote drought-tolerant Read More

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InsecticidesTranform WG, Closer SC Insecticides Receive R&D 100…
July 23, 2014
Dow AgroSciences has received the award from R&D Magazine for Transform WG insecticide and Closer SC insecticide with Isoclast active. Read More
EquipmentKinze, Raven Team Up On 4900 Planter Monitor
July 23, 2014
Kinze Manufacturing announces a partnership with Raven Industries to develop a standalone monitor solution for the Kinze 4900 series planter. With this new Read More
LegislationNew Farm Bill Continues To Confuse As Growers Await USD…
July 23, 2014
The new five-year Farm Bill eliminates many of the direct payments previously payed to growers and could benefit from USDA clarification, reports a Toledo Blade columnist. Read More
EquipmentPrecisionAg.com Relaunches With Responsive Design For M…
July 22, 2014
PrecisionAg, the worldwide leader in precision agriculture information and analysis, announces the launch of its completely redesigned website, PrecisionAg.com. Read More
FungicidesEPA OKs Two Willowood Fungicides
July 21, 2014
The EPA has approved Willowood Azoxy 2SC and Willowood AzoxyProp Xtra. two widely used broad spectrum, preventative fungicides with systemic and curative properties. Read More
Precision AgFarmers Learning Fast As UAVs Take Off
July 17, 2014
Farmers and others interested in how UAVs can be used in agricultural applications were able to learn more about the technology during the recent Precision Aerial Ag Show. Read More
CropLife 100Bobby Knight, Richard Petty To Highlight Ag PhD Field D…
July 17, 2014
Attendees at the July 24 Ag PhD Field Day at Hefty Farms will learn about the latest agricultural technologies, and get a chance to meet legendary sports figures Bobby Knight and Richard Petty. Read More
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July 17, 2014
Register for one of our upcoming Webinars or access our archive of past Webinars to view recordings of presentations that may be of interest to you. Read More
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TendersNew Production Facility Helps Willmar
July 17, 2014
In 1963, a group of businessmen started Willmar. Today, a half-century later, the company is one of the ag industry’s longest-running brands. Read More
FertilizerCF Industries Sells Carbon Credits To Chevrolet, Donate…
July 17, 2014
CF Industries has completed the sale of a large block of carbon reduction credits to Chevrolet, and will donate the net proceeds of $600,000 to the National FFA Foundation. Read More
CropLife 100Grainland Cooperative, Minier Cooperative Grain To Merg…
July 17, 2014
The shareholders of Grainland Cooperative and Minier Cooperative Grain Co. approved a merger of company operations effective August 1, 2014. Read More
ManagementStudy: Drought Costing California Billions
July 17, 2014
A new study has found the drought has cost the state $2.2 billion, primarily in lost farm revenue and wages. Read More
FertilizerCF Industries Resumes Production At Oklahoma Nitrogen C…
July 17, 2014
The company had shut down production at the Woodward, OK, facility in April to address an issue in one of the site’s boilers. Read More
CropLife 100Wilbur-Ellis To Relocate Agribusiness Division To Denve…
July 16, 2014
The move Eastward will allow Wilbur-Ellis’ Agribusiness Division to be more accessible to relevant geographies and is expected to enhance communication and collaboration among the division’s nearly 3,000 employees. Read More
Soybean field
FungicidesValent Launches New Seed Protection Fungicide For Soybe…
July 16, 2014
The INTEGO SUITE System contains the first new, novel seed protection fungicide chemistry registered in 30 years by the EPA for protection against Pythium and Phytophthora. Read More
Crop InputsSyngenta Drive To Thrive 10 Finalists Announced
July 15, 2014
Finalists are chosen based on the quality of their essays and photos depicting what makes them thrive. Read More
FertilizerHow To Minimize Phosphorus Losses In Runoff
July 15, 2014
Phosphorus losses from agricultural fields can be divided into three categories: flash losses of soluble phosphorus, slow leak losses and erosion events. Here's how to minimize losses in each instance. Read More
ManagementCalifornia Drought Threatens To Dry Up Farm Wells
July 15, 2014
Farmers hit hardest by California's drought could begin to see wells run dry next year, according to a new study by The Center for Watershed Sciences at the University of California, Davis. Read More