Following 2019, there is plenty of good news regarding grower income. There are also warning signs to heed.
As social distancing becomes the norm across the country, trade shows scheduled for further out in the year are still on the calendar.
Even with city and state lockdowns in place, agricultural workers can continue doing their jobs.
If observers are to be believed, 2020 is looking like it will be a more “normal” year than agriculture has seen over the past few seasons.
The weather disaster that was 2019 could open the door to more biofertilizer usage this year, observers say.
Despite unfavorable market conditions most years, the micronutrients segment continues to outpace other crop inputs among CropLife 100 retailers.
Ag retailers, geared up for the upcoming growing season, predict a moderately good year for crop nutrients.
We may have reached the point in which the ag industry can’t even fight back against the multitude of misinformation.
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E-Commerce in ag retail has shifted from a “major concern’ to a “minor threat,” according to the annual CropLife 100 survey.
Legislation will keep trade with America’s two neighbors from disruption.
Speakers at the annual Fertilizer Outlook Conference foresee a few reasons why crop nutrient demand will be strong this year — and a few why it won’t.
Attendees at two state association meetings in January were keeping their fingers crossed that the upcoming growing season would be a “return to normalcy.”
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Most retailers say they plan to keep their spending in 2020 at the same levels they had in 2019, except in a few key categories.