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Seed/BiotechUSDA Issues Thorough Final EIS On Enlist Corn And Soybeans
August 6, 2014
Release of the Environmental Impact Statement brings American farmers one step closer to obtaining a critical tool needed to manage resistant and hard-to-control weeds. Read More
Palmer pigweed in cotton
HerbicidesNew Training Modules On Herbicide Resistance Now Available
July 30, 2014
The Weed Science Society of America has announced the availability of three new education modules on herbicide resistance in weeds. Read More
HerbicidesPurdue: Late Season Weeds May Require Manual Removal
July 24, 2014
Hand-rouging and pulling late season weeds by hand may be the best way to remove them, more so than using a herbicide, a Purdue Extension weed scientist says. Read More
Palmer pigweed in soybean stubble
HerbicidesUnderstanding The Threat Of Palmer Amaranth: Management Recommendations For The 2014 Season
June 17, 2014
Simply attempting to control Palmer amaranth often leads to ineffective herbicide applications, substantial crop yield loss, and increased weed infestations, says a University of Illinois weed scientist. Read More
HerbicidesDow AgroSciences Introduces SureStart II Herbicide
June 16, 2014
The enhanced formulation has improved viscosity and increased stability under heat and controls more than 60 high-anxiety grasses and broadleaf weeds found in corn fields. Read More
GMO rice
HerbicidesBASF Develops New Herbicide-Tolerant Rice System
June 10, 2014
The Provisia Rice System will provide a new tool for post-emergence control of a broad range of grass weeds, including ALS-resistant grasses, weedy rice and red rice. Read More
HerbicidesBASF: Deploy Post-Emergence Herbicide To Tackle Tough Weeds
June 3, 2014
BASF suggests a post-emergence herbicide with residual control before weeds reach four inches in height as the best way to tackle tough to control weeds after they have emerged. Read More
Mature Waterhemp in Corn
Crop InputsTiming, Product Choice Important For Postemergence Herbicide Applications
May 28, 2014
Many herbicides are still safe for farmers to use after corn has emerged so long as they pay close attention to product selection and application timing, according to Purdue Extension weed scientists. Read More
Crop InputsReport: Crop Protection Industry Sales Remain Strong In 2013
May 27, 2014
Affected by prolonged rainfall, weed resistance issues and higher manufacturing costs, the U.S. crop protection industry remained strong in 2013, posting an 8% increase over 2012. Read More
Crop InputsFarmers Urged To Fight Palmer Amaranth Before Problem Grows
May 27, 2014
Farmers still have a fighting chance to stop Palmer Amaranth, a tough yield-robbing weed, from spreading in Iowa. Read More
Crop InputsSoybean Injury From Soil-Applied Herbicides
May 22, 2014
Typically, soil-applied herbicides control target weed species with little to no adverse effect on the crop. However, there are some factors that can contribute to herbicide-induced soybean injury. Read More
Crop InputsWSSA To Sponsor Second National Summit On Herbicide Resistance
May 19, 2014
The Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) has announced plans for a second national scientific summit on the topic of herbicide resistance in Washington, DC, in September. Read More
HerbicidesFall Herbicide Applications More Effectively Manage Resistant Italian Ryegrass
May 14, 2014
Field studies show that a fall application of certain herbicides before weed emergence, leads to more successful crop planting and weed control in spring. Read More
Crop InputsDow AgroSciences Receives First Registration For Arylex Active
May 13, 2014
Dow AgroSciences has received Chinese registration of Arylex active, the first registration of this low-use rate herbicide. Read More
Crop InputsStudy: Zero Tolerance Needed In Management Of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth
May 8, 2014
Palmer amaranth has prolific seed production, rapid dispersal, and high competitiveness with crops, making herbicide-resistant strains difficult to control. Read More
Enlist Duo herbicide Field Trials
Crop InputsEnlist Duo Herbicide Moves Forward In Regulatory Process
April 30, 2014
EPA has announced its intention to register Enlist Duo for use in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin, and is seeking comment from growers and others on the new technology. Read More
Crop InputsBASF Survey: Focus On Herbicide Site Of Action To Eradicate Weed Resistance
April 29, 2014
Three out of four growers who participated in a recent BASF survey suspect that glyphosate resistance is a cause of tough-to-control weeds. Read More
Crop InputsKnow Your Enemy: The Importance Of Weed Identification
April 15, 2014
Weed identification is an essential component to successful scouting, which is more true than ever say weed science experts. Read More
Crop InputsPalmer Amaranth Recommendations For 2014 Growing Season
April 2, 2014
The University of Illinois weed science program has developed recommendations for effective management of Palmer amaranth in agronomic crops. Read More
Waterhemp in soybean stubble
HerbicidesThe Weed Resistance Problem: A Matter Of Billions
April 1, 2014
Not only is the amount of money being spent to control these yield robbers high, but the toll it has taken on the human population is growing lager by the day. Read More
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Crop NutritionStill Hunting Yields
April 1, 2017
There’s no denying it — the agricultural marketplace today is undergoing a fundamental shift in fortunes. Not too many years Read More
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FertilizerNutrients For Life Foundation Celebrates 10 Years Teaching Fertilizer Education
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
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
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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
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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
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Industry NewsMACA Announces 2017 Young Leader Scholarship Recipients
April 19, 2017
The Mid America CropLife Association (MACA) Board of Directors selected 11 college students to receive the MACA Young Leader Scholarship Read More
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SoftwareKnoa Software Solution Helps GROWMARK Boost System Perf…
April 19, 2017
Knoa Software, a leading provider of user experience management (UEM) software, has announced that GROWMARK, Inc., a regional agricultural cooperative Read More
Crop InputsFBN Publishes ‘Voice of the Farmer’ Agricul…
April 17, 2017
Farmer’s Business Network (FBN) released today its “The Voice of the Farmer”, which the company is describing as “a special Read More
ManagementTalking Responsible Ag
April 13, 2017
CropLife Editor Eric Sfiligoj discusses the Responsible Ag program with director Bill Qualls. Read More
Crop InputsFlying Under the Radar No More, FMC Goes Big
April 13, 2017
Describing FMC as “under the radar,” admittedly, is probably a stretch. But in a snap of the fingers, FMC upped Read More
Crop InputsWhat do Roundup and Mickey Mouse Have in Common? Califo…
April 13, 2017
(SOURCE: East Valley Times) Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto Co.’s Roundup and many other weed killers, is being added Read More
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Crop InputsSource: ChemChina to Divest Assets to Adama Following S…
April 11, 2017
China National Chemical Corp. plans to redistribute agrochemical assets to its Adama unit after the $43 billion takeover of Syngenta Read More
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Eric SfiligojThe Interest in UAVs for Agriculture Grows
April 10, 2017
At times, it seems as if experts have been predicting “big things” for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for several years Read More
OpinionOpinion: Taking On The Farmers Business Network
April 8, 2017
Well, another round of venture capital funding has come to Farmers Business Network (FBN), followed up with the obligatory feature Read More
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EquipmentFarming Drones: The Future Of Agriculture?
April 7, 2017
Chances are, you already know drones are amazing. After all, this is something DroneLife readers just understand. But if you’re Read More
ManagementFMC-DuPont, Crop Plantings, and UAV Updates
April 6, 2017
Editors Eric Sfiligoj and Jackie Pucci discuss the purchase agreement between DuPont and FMC, the 2017 crop acreage mix and Read More
Falcon soil sampler
EquipmentSerious Soil Sampling Rigs
April 6, 2017
The industry has seen an increase in automation in sampling equipment, and consultants now often pull cores with an automated Read More
Iowa waterways
FertilizerDow AgroSciences Recognizes Ag Retailers’ Role in Prote…
April 6, 2017
The state of Iowa and its agriculture community have worked for decades to preserve soil health, protect water quality and Read More
Farmer Scouting Weeds in Soybean Field
EquipmentSoil, Scouting Programs Continue To Gain Value
April 5, 2017
How much growers and their retailers utilize soil testing and scouting varies greatly. But they should step up their game Read More
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Precision Ag6 Key Takeaways from Forbes Mixing Bowl NYC
April 5, 2017
Advisory investment group The Mixing Bowl teamed up with Forbes for its New York-based event this year to discuss technology’s Read More
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Crop InputsQ&A With Pam Marrone On The World’s First All-Biolo…
April 4, 2017
Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. and Israel-based Ground­work BioAg in February announced successful field trials of the world’s first all-biological comprehensive Read More
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Crop NutritionBiostimulants Clamor For A Piece Of The Row Crop Market
April 3, 2017
The question these days isn’t who is venturing into biostimulants — it’s who isn’t. Or more to the point: The Read More