A recent CropLife Media Group Webinar examined why growers should consider residual herbicide applications this fall.
Studies have shown that surface-applied urea loses a significant amount of nitrogen due to ammonia volatilization in cold weather, even under freezing conditions.
With its precision blending facility, J.B. Pearl embraces the company’s past while setting the stage for its present and the future.
Spreading gypsum – which often occurs in late fall, after harvest – is simple if you follow these basic steps from GYPSOIL.
Weather conditions are creating situations suitable for insects not commonly seen, according to a University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist.
AgraScout is a data management and communications tool used by retailers, consultants, and others to track and report conditions in a particular farm location.
Phosphorus (P) is an essential element for early crop growth and root development, however, producers face many challenges managing P in the soil.
Equipment Technologies (ET) announced the rollout of their 2014 line of Apache sprayers at the 2013 Farm Progress Show.
Winfield has announced the addition of a Field Response Map and a Profitability Map for its R7 Tool at 2013 Farm Progress Show.
The company claims its new dashboard enables better decision making by putting key data at growers’ fingertips.
Soybean sudden death syndrome is beginning to show up in soybean fields across the state.
TeeJet has unveiled two new products: the Sentry 6120 Droplet Size Monitor, which helps operators improve spray applications, and the Matrix Pro GS guidance system with enhanced swath control.
OSHA has worked with The Ohio State University to develop a grain safety training session as part of the 2012 OSU/OSHA Safety Day on Grain Safety.
Members of the agricultural community might be tempted to take short-term fixes to problems, but only a long-term approach will ultimately prevail.
A recent CropLife Media Group Webinar, sponsored by Simplot, SST Software and WinField Solutions, presented employee recruitment and retention strategies for ag retailers of all sizes.
Dealers can find units with the ideal power and spread pattern for any application.
Manufacturers are ramping up production of specialty adjuvants as the tank mix takes center stage in the weed resistance fight.
The demand for larger units continues, as does the need for time-saving and convenience options.
Blender units are getting faster and more efficient than ever, plus some manufacturers are taking advantage of new […]
These ag retailers have determined seed treatment makes sense for their grower-customers (and cents for their businesses in the process).