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ManagementAdding Fuel To The Fire
September 11, 2008
Not too many years ago, higher fuel prices were a non-issue with CropLife® 100 retailers. Indeed, in the 20th annual Read More
ManagementBiofuels’ Big Picture
September 11, 2008
What is the outlook for biofuels? We must admit that initially, we were quite guarded about the industry. In addition Read More
Crop InputsAn Eye On Ethanol
September 9, 2008
Ethanol production is placing an enormous demand on our agricultural system. This past year the industry used about 1.8 billion Read More
LegislationBipartisan Bill Aids Alternative Fuel Efforts
August 12, 2008
The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC), the nation’s primary advocate of the use of E85, strongly endorses a recent legislative Read More
ManagementCuba Follows Fidel, Cuts Ethanol Plans
August 12, 2008
Fidel Castro still wields a strong influence on Cuban strategy, including the country’s ethanol production plans, according to a Reuters Read More
ManagementEPA Rejects Ethanol Waiver Request
August 12, 2008
EPA denied a request by Texas Gov. Rick Perry to waive 50 percent of the 9-billion-gallon Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Read More
ManagementFord Offers Four ’09 FFV
August 6, 2008
Ford Motor Co. will add four new flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) models to its line in 2009, plus one FFV Read More
ManagementCalling For More Flex Fuel Vehicles
August 6, 2008
Legislation has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that calls for more flex fuel vehicles. The Open Fuel Standard Act Read More
ManagementAlliance To Protect Ethanol Subsidies
July 31, 2008
A group of U.S. agribusiness companies — led by Archer Daniels Midland and including familiar retail suppliers — have formed Read More
LegislationEPA Sitting On Ethanol Decision
July 31, 2008
EPA has put off a decision on Texas’ request to temporarily lower ethanol requirements for gasoline, a change Texas Gov. Read More
ManagementBrazilian Ethanol Floods U.S.
July 16, 2008
Brazil will likely export at least 3 billion liters — or about 793 million gallons — of ethanol to the Read More
ManagementPower Off The Cob
July 8, 2008
One Minnesota ethanol company plans to shell out funds to make the switch from natural gas as its energy source Read More
ManagementTeam Ethanol Races To First Victory
July 8, 2008
The Camping World Grand Prix at The Glen is the first IndyCar Series win for Team Ethanol. Ryan Hunter-Reay took Read More
ManagementCorn Changing Ag Landscape
July 8, 2008
Demand for biofuels, grain, and farm land is driving a revolution in American agriculture, a Purdue agricultural economist says. Purdue’s Read More
ManagementEthanol Co-Products Eyed As Fillers In Plastics
July 2, 2008
Two university researchers are looking at dried distillers grains as a possible component in plastics, according to Science Daily. "A Read More
ManagementMore Flex Fuel Vehicles Coming From GM
July 2, 2008
Legislation has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that calls for more flex fuel vehicles. The Open Fuel Standard Act Read More
ManagementNo-Till Fuels Ethanol Value
June 25, 2008
Ethanol-based corn may be getting a bum rap, in light of the growing global food crisis, but the biofuel does Read More
ManagementOK To Plant Alternative Source
June 18, 2008
Oklahoma is testing switchgrass to see if it’s alright as an ethanol source. KDFA Television in Oklahoma says researchers are Read More
ManagementFood Summit Keys On Biofuels
June 11, 2008
World leaders overcame disputes over biofuels and other concerns to counter hunger and soaring food prices. Delegates from 181 nations Read More
ManagementEthanol ‘Smear Campaign’ Angers Farm Bureau
June 11, 2008
The Illinois Farm Bureau is asking its 80,000 members to contact large food companies about an alleged ‘smear campaign’ organized Read More
Trending Articles
AdjuvantsA New Weed-Control Era Begins: But First, One Last Obstacle
March 4, 2017
There is trepidation, there is reluctance, and there is excitement. Ag retailers feel it all about the new dicamba and Read More
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Crop InputsLIFT Agriculture Academy: A Q&A With West Central Distribution’s Dean Hendrickson
March 1, 2017
West Central Distribution recently launched its LIFT Agriculture Academy, a new, premiere training and professional development resource for West Central’s ag Read More
Farmer and aptop
Matt Hopkins10 Warning Signs Your Website Is Grossly Outdated
February 8, 2017
Your Website is often a visitor’s first impression of your ag retail business. A positive first impression can set the Read More
AgriSync
Matt Hopkins17 Agriculture Apps That Will Help You Farm Smarter In 2017
December 9, 2016
Ag professionals are working smarter, not harder, than ever before. Smart farming technologies have enabled them to reduce costs, maximize Read More
R4023 Sprayer, John Deere
CropLife 100Ag Retail Equipment Report: The Green Party Continues
December 7, 2016
In the annual race for sales in the ag retail equipment marketplace, the color schemes for participants are a little Read More
Mike Stern
Precision AgClimate Corp. CEO Talks Retailer Support For Digital Ag
December 1, 2016
CropLife Magazine’s sister publication, AgriBusiness Global, recently sat down with Mike Stern, CEO of The Climate Corp., following the Monsanto subsidiary’s Read More
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Water Drainage
Eric SfiligojDMWW Lawsuit Dismissal Good News for Ag
March 27, 2017
On March 17 while most of the nation was toasting St. Patrick’s Day, agriculture was likely lifting a glass (or Read More
Eric Jenks, Wilbur-Ellis
Crop InputsWilbur-Ellis Launches ADVANTIGRO Plant Growth Regulator…
March 27, 2017
Wilbur-Ellis Agribusiness, a recognized leader in the marketing and distribution of crop protection, seed and nutritional products, as well as Read More
Yara West Sacramento Ribbon Cutting
Crop InputsYara West Sacramento Is Newest Addition
March 27, 2017
Yara’s West Sacramento Terminal was officially welcomed March 21 as the newest Yara North America facility in the U.S. While continually Read More
UncategorizedPrecision Ag, Iowa Water, and GM Corn Updates
March 24, 2017
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj look at the state of precision agriculture, the dismissal of the Des Moines Water Read More
Pam Marrone
Crop InputsMarrone Bio Innovations Enters Biostimulants Market Wit…
March 23, 2017
Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. is expanding beyond biopesticides and crop protection and into the biostimulant market by commercially launching Haven Read More
Nutrients for Life Foundation Teacher
FertilizerNutrients For Life Foundation Celebrates 10 Years Teach…
March 23, 2017
Those in agriculture know fertilizer is a vital ingredient to grow strong, productive crops. In fact, fertilizer is responsible for Read More
ManagementThink You Know Water? Take WinField United’s R…
March 22, 2017
Water is among our most precious resources, and arguably the hardest working, with just one percent available for human use, Read More
Corn Field
LegislationTFI Hopes Court Dismissal Is ‘Final Chapter’…
March 20, 2017
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) released the following statement from President, Chris Jahn on the March 17, 2017, federal court dismissal Read More
Wheat Growers
Industry NewsWheat Growers CEO Dale Locken To Retire
March 20, 2017
CEO Dale Locken has announced that he plans to retire from Wheat Growers. Locken has served almost 15 years as Read More
Bayer Monsanto
Eric SfiligojBayer-Monsanto: Life, LibertyLink, And The Pursuit Of R…
March 20, 2017
As the calendar officially turns to spring, life is in full renewal mode. Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and Read More
Corn Field
Crop InputsUltra Yield Micronutrients Acquires Kronos Micronutrien…
March 16, 2017
Ultra Yield Micronutrients, Inc. ”Ultra”, an affiliate of Cameron Chemicals, Inc., is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Read More
ManagementSnowstorms, Asset Sales, and Soybeans Prices
March 16, 2017
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss the weather, precision ag, crop protection company mergers, and commodity prices in this Read More
Soybean Field
Seed/BiotechBayer Invests $8.1 million In Soybean Advancement In Th…
March 16, 2017
Growers in Illinois and across the Midwest now have the added benefit of a state-of-the-art soybean research facility, increasing accessibility Read More
CHS
CropLife 100CHS Acquires Western Co-op Transport Association
March 16, 2017
CHS Inc., North America’s leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, has purchased Western Co-op Transport Read More
Young corn plants in soil
HerbicidesBest Management Practices To Control PPO-Resistant Weed…
March 14, 2017
Weeds resistant to the class of herbicides called protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PPO) inhibitors are spreading at a faster rate than weed Read More
Photo credit: The United Soybean Board/The Soybean Checkoff.
Eric SfiligojFungicide Resistance On The Horizon
March 13, 2017
For many years now, the agricultural market has struggled to keep ahead of an ever-growing number of herbicide-resistant weeds. According Read More
Management2017 Commodity Classic Review
March 10, 2017
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss what happened at the recent Commodity Classic in San Antonio. Read More
Farmer using AgriSync
ManagementMajor AgriSync Update Aims To Extend Ag Experts’ Power …
March 10, 2017
AgriSync announced a major update to its leading collaboration and service management tool for professional ag advisors and their farmer Read More