As weed resistance continues to proliferate, there are simply more options available than ever before in weed control — with more on the horizon.
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AGCO has announced the four finalists for its annual Operator Of The Year Award program.
The global agriculture adjuvant market valued at around $2 million in 2012 is expected to to reach nearly $3 million by 2018.
Purdue University is using part of its $20 million investment in agriculture to answer the call for more tech-trained graduates and improved outreach.
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Advancing genetics continue to make seed the crop variable that calls the shots for the season.
The crop protection giant plans to invest more than $2 billion in agricultural products over the next five years to further its market reach.
Brian Reuwee, an association industry veteran that held a similar position at St. Louis-based Drake & Company, is set to join the ARA staff on November 18.
Aproach Prima, which just received EPA approval, includes the same unique strobilurin active ingredient as DuPont Aproach fungicide plus triazole.
The Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) has received a $482,000 Conservation Innovation Grant to study the benefits of cover crops.
Northstar Agri Industries and Bayer CropScience have announced the addition of the InVigor L252 hybrid to the Northstar Star Growers High Oil Contract.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is fining the parent company of the West Fertilizer plant, Adair Grain Inc., $118,300 for 24 violations.
The Fertilizer Institute joined a coalition appealing a U.S. District Court ruling on the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for nitrogen and phosphorus.
Although there are currently dozens of weeds that show some kind of resistance to herbicides, these five are the most troublesome.
Here’s quick look at weed control strategies and their cost.
Recognizing the presence of herbicide-resistant weeds and formulating a total management plan is becoming more important than ever.
Beyond the possibility of resistance developing, ineffective control exacts cost to growers in lost yield.
Sophisticated tank mixes, multiple adjuvants and surfactants — this is the future of herbicide application.
As resistant weeds become more common in crop fields across the country, the entire agricultural community is scrambling to keep pace.