The Syngenta North America Seedcare Institute in Stanton, MN, one of the premier seed treatment research facilities in […]
Farmers are looking at agronomics from a different point of view. They know that the future of their […]
Valent U.S.A. Corp. has announced that the registration of its all-in-one formulation of INTEGO SUITE Soybeans, a new […]
Obvius fungicide seed treatment from BASF received full EPA registration for use on pulse, podded vegetables and canola. State […]
Syngenta will host local and state government officials, as well as agricultural leaders, at a groundbreaking for an […]
As many of you already know, generally speaking there isn’t a whole lot of reaching across the aisle […]
Bayer CropScience celebrated its continued commitment to leading the agriculture industry with the grand opening of its SeedGrowth […]
Farmers who were lucky enough to plant soybeans and spray pre-emergence herbicides in between rain events may now […]
Agnition it has launched Commence for Soybeans, a microbial catalyst seed treatment for soybeans that stimulates microbial activity for healthier soil and a superior growth environment.
Seed enhancers such as polymer play a key part in helping to improve germination, seed growth or accuracy of planting.
Syngenta says Mertect 340-F provides proven, effective SDS protection and can be applied with Clariva Complete Beans and CruiserMaxx Beans with Vibrance seed treatments.
Prior to joining AgriThority, Arthur directed research and development programs, overseeing laboratory and field research, to build the Valent U.S.A. seed treatment portfolio.
EPA has approved ILeVO, the only seed treatment that protects the root system against infections caused by the Sudden Death Syndrome fungus and has activity against dangerous nematodes.
Many ag retailers and their farmer customers may question whether their soybeans will need a fungicide seed treatment next planting season. Here are six things to consider.
These two companies combined forces to help fight disease pressures in Northern Indiana and Ohio.
Today you’d be hard pressed to find a seed dealer that isn’t downstream treating some quantity of seed […]
Seed care today is a multi-faceted endeavor that promises great return for the retailer that stays on top of the latest and greatest actives and secondary treatment products.
Seed treaters have long been a part of Farmers Cooperative — and will continue to be so well into the future.
Growers in the Dakotas have always looked for extra ways to boost crop nutrients to their seeds, with plenty of help from their ag retail partners.
Ag retailers continue to value the seed treatment portions of their businesses — as do their grower-customers.