CropLife Staff

Parry America Opens New Biopesticide Facility in Oklahoma

Parry America Inc. inaugurated its $2 million new manufacturing facility in Catoosa, OK, on September 18, 2018. This […]

Harness the Soil to Feed Your Crop

Applying fertilizer is the conventional practice in production agriculture. Growers are using combinations of natural nutrient cycling (soil […]

7 Steps for Removing Herbicide Residues

Properly cleaning a self-propelled or pull-behind sprayer may take an hour or more. If you cut corners, you […]

Tank Cleanout for Herbicide Residues: Turning a Lot Into a Little

The procedure for removing herbicide residue from the inside of a sprayer tank is no different than the […]

Where Do Herbicide Residues Hide?

Self-propelled sprayers are becoming more popular than pull-type sprayers with farmers, and they have become standard for agricultural […]

Herbicide Application Timing and Proper Cleanout: Farmers Have Choices, Retailers Don’t

Everyone with an interest in a crop takes pride in watching it grow during the season. No one […]

8 Reasons Why Unwanted Herbicide Residues Might Happen

There are several reasons why unwanted herbicide residues continue to find their way onto the wrong crops. This […]

Factors That Lead to Herbicide Injury

Herbicides can damage crops in many ways. Applying the wrong herbicide can damage susceptible crops, so can herbicides that […]

Talking Industry Issues and ARA with John Oster

CropLife’s Eric Sfiligoj welcomes special guest John Oster of Morral Companies into the studio to discuss key market […]

Corn Growers Welcome Year-Round E15

National Corn Growers Association President Lynn Chrisp has praised an announcement from President Trump, setting the necessary regulatory […]

When Weed Killers Miss Their Mark

The field appears as a checkerboard: thriving green crops beside squares of shriveling beige stalks. This was not […]

Weed Management Key for Georgia Cotton Farmers

Using postemergence herbicides to control problematic weeds has been recently successful for Georgia cotton farmers, according to University […]

Video: Palmer Amaranth Time-Lapse, Late Growth

A time-lapse video of Palmer amaranth plants growing during July 2014 was captured in north central Indiana by […]

Residual Herbicides and Fall Cover Crop Establishment

Recently there has been increased interest in utilizing cover crops in corn and soybean production systems because of […]

Palmer Amaranth Found in Jackson County (MN)

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is investigating the source of a Palmer amaranth plant found growing in […]

Corteva Agriscience Renames Vellozine Active to Reklemel

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, has announced plans  to rename Vellozine active to Reklemel active, effective immediately. […]

The Search For Growing Innovations

Richard Jones, Executive Editor of Meister Media’s U.S. Horticulture Group, talks with Paul Schrimpf about what attendees will […]

Illinois Research Accurately Predicts U.S. End-of-Season Corn Yield

Crop yield predictions are a key driver of regional economy and financial markets, impacting nearly the entire agricultural […]

Nutrients for Life Foundation Publishes H2Know Environmental Science Curriculum

High school science teachers and their students have a new education tool to study water quality this year. […]

CropLife America Conference Overview, More Investment in Precision Education

Matthew Grassi joins Paul Schrimpf in a discussion of top news from the CropLife America Annual Conference, and […]