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ManagementNew Ethanol Group To Launch
November 10, 2008
Leading ethanol producers from around the country have announced the launch of a new organization, Growth Energy. The organization will Read More
ManagementCorngrass May Speed Up Biofuels Research
November 9, 2008
Corngrass, a little-known variation of the typical towering cornstalk, might hold the key to fast, cheap, eco-friendly ways to squeeze Read More
ManagementBiofuel Makers See Ally In Obama
November 7, 2008
U.S. biofuel makers, struggling to make a profit at a time of tumbling oil and gasoline prices, look upon President-elect Read More
ManagementEthanol Industry Tapped As ‘Promising’
November 4, 2008
The ethanol industry has representatives on Forbes Magazine’s “Most-Promising Alternative Energy Companies” list. "A recent Forbes Magazine article has named Read More
Crop InputsBiofuels Grow Up
November 4, 2008
Just before the corn-based ethanol boom shifted into high gear two years ago, CropLife® magazine offered a brief glimpse of Read More
ManagementSweet Dreams For Biofuel Base
November 4, 2008
"What was once drizzled on hot biscuits could now power cars if several middle Georgia companies make headway turning cane Read More
Crop InputsWind Blowing Away Ethanol In Iowa
October 29, 2008
“Two of three Iowans say ethanol has been good for the state, although a majority believe wind power should be Read More
ManagementLooking Beyond Ethanol
October 23, 2008
Researchers are trying to domesticate Mother Nature and use “super bugs” like E. coli microbes for fuel. "Nature is stubborn. Read More
ManagementIs There An Ethanol Squeeze?
October 23, 2008
"Like most other industries across the country, ethanol is feeling an economic pinch. Only the squeeze has become particularly tight Read More
ManagementNew Research: Ethanol IS Efficient
October 1, 2008
An upcoming study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln debunks previous negative research about the energy efficiency of ethanol production. According Read More
ManagementNeed An FFV Vehicle? Look It Up
October 1, 2008
The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC) Web site has been updated and now lists all E85 compatible vehicles up to Read More
Crop Inputs2007: Ingrained In Corn
September 16, 2008
Creating the annual list of key issues and events has been quite a challenge this year. At first glance, corn Read More
ManagementCoalition Pushes For E85 Legislation
September 16, 2008
A broad coalition is encouraging U.S. House of Representatives leadership to advance E85 fuel infractructure legislation. In a first-of-a-kind effort, Read More
ManagementTesting Switchgrass, Sorghum For Biofuels
September 16, 2008
Energy crop company Ceres, Inc. will trial improved switchgrass cultivars and high-biomass sorghum hybrids with Range Fuels, Inc. to learn Read More
Crop InputsThe Ethanol Squeeze Play
September 15, 2008
Not to over-simplify the situation, but the ag retail marketplace really had an easy time in 2007. For the most Read More
Crop InputsThe Case For Cellulosic
September 15, 2008
Even while tending to his crop on his family’s central Illinois farm, grower Eric Rund has been digging deep into Read More
Crop InputsEntering The Ethanol Age
September 12, 2008
Back in January, CropLife® magazine published its short list of top retailer issues for 2006: product pricing, glyphosate resistance/tolerance, and Read More
ManagementAg’s Angst: GOP Changes Ethanol View
September 11, 2008
For the agriculture industry, the biggest news coming out of last week’s Republican Convention was the new party line on Read More
Crop InputsBiofuels Boost Input $
September 11, 2008
Input sales are the lifeblood of any successful ag dealership. The spring of 2007 — and into the forseeable future Read More
Crop InputsBiodiesel’s Promise
September 11, 2008
Although ethanol growth is receiving the lion’s share of attention among ag retailers when it comes to biofuels, biodiesel also Read More
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Seed/BiotechKansas State University Researchers Find New Pathogens …
May 24, 2017
A single seed seems so simple. Put it in the ground, give it some care, and you’ve soon grown food. Read More
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May 24, 2017
Syngenta has announced the name of its new herbicide featuring the active ingredients of S-metolachlor and dicamba. Upon registration by Read More
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May 23, 2017
Having been in the trade journalism game since the mid-1980s, I remember several watershed moments during my career. One of Read More
FungicidesSyngenta Launches New Seed Treatment Fungicide
May 22, 2017
Syngenta has announced the launch of PLENARIS seed treatment fungicide for the control of downy mildew in sunflower. PLENARIS contains Read More
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Crop InputsMonsanto’s First HPPD Herbicide Garners EPA Appro…
May 19, 2017
Monsanto announced today that EPA has federally approved Harness MAX Herbicide, the first herbicide in the Monsanto portfolio to provide Read More
ManagementPrecision Planting Deal, China Developments, and Enviro…
May 18, 2017
Editors Eric Sfiligoj and Dan Jacobs discuss the latest news on John Deere’s now dead deal for Precision Planting, China’s Read More
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May 17, 2017
About 89.5 million acres of soybeans will be planted across the U.S. in 2017 — a record high, according to Read More
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May 15, 2017
The investment and ag-tech sectors’ continuing courtship of agriculture, smoldering for three or four years now, was well in evidence at Read More
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ManagementOpinion: Shaking Your Perspective in Ag Retail
May 12, 2017
Some of you I’m sure have encountered our recently retired salesman extraordinaire, Dan Bellanger. He worked in the industry for Read More