There is no time for downtime or failure, particularly with the rising cost of inputs.
The so-called “billion-dollar bug” is expected to be back in full force in 2021.
Volatility-reducing agents, lower use rates, and innovation in the pipeline signal growth for the category.
Biological market is already on the rebound from pandemic-related slowdown, with years of growth ahead.
Timing is the $64,000 question on fungicides — particularly in corn, where aerial application can add to already-high costs.
As corn rootworm returns with a vengeance, proceed with caution if trading down is under consideration.
Abundant trait choices notwithstanding, the outlook for seed is somewhat muted going to 2021, according to the nation’s top retailers.
Leading weed control experts weigh in on what’s makes an effective herbicide program in 2021.
Having more choices is a good problem — but navigating dicamba uncertainty and COVID weigh on the retail seed business.
Ag players know this well: Opportunities arise out of challenges.
2020 has brought major changes in the world’s top agrochemical-producing nations. It’s important to keep an eye on what these could mean for U.S. ag players.
STK has partnered with U.S. distributor Summit Agro USA to bring its bio-based crop protection products to the market, including Timorex Gold and now Regev.
2,4-D and glufosinate weed control failures also on the rise as retailers, awaiting regulators’ decision on dicamba’s re-registration, face yet more uncertainty.
CommoditAg’s John Demerly weighs in on how the winds have changed in favor of e-commerce during the pandemic.