More than 250 ag retailers and stakeholders from the Ohio, Indiana and Michigan agriculture communities attended the launch of the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification program
Carrie Vollmer-Sanders, Director of the Western Lake Erie Basin Project for The Nature Conservancy, was honored as a “Champion of Change” for her efforts to promote a healthy Lake Erie.
Deere & Co. has reached a definitive agreement to sell its irrigation operations to FIMI Opportunity Funds in Israel.
Water quantity and quality issues threaten to hamper agriculture on a wider scale in the not-too-distant future. Technology breakthroughs and improved practices are providing potential solutions.
USDA NRCS, Ohio State Extension and IPM Institute will host a training event for CCAs to become Technical Service Providers qualified to write Nutrient Management Plans on February 25-26.
The project, funded by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, provides for complete nutrient management plans that meet the needs of growers and ag retailers.
A unique approach to the Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative could play a key role in improving the nation’s inland and coastal water quality.
There is still plenty of work to be done on major issues in Congress that could impact the crop protection industry this year.
From West Fertilizer to the Chesapeake Bay, fertilizer producers and dealers are keeping an eye on several Beltway developments in 2014.
Major challenges for ag retailers in 2014 start with questions surrounding regulatory compliance and the Farm Bill.