Through deep relationships formed along the value chain, never doubt that good things are coming out of these tough times.
Supply shortages push adjuvants into the limelight, as retailers and growers sharpen focus on making every ounce of herbicide count.
Strong agronomics in weed control was the take-home message from industry experts at this year’s Commodity Classic.
Even with global factors impacting market dynamics, the core principles behind nutrient management remain consistent.
Eric Sfiligoj and special guest Jackie Pucci discuss the latest glyphosate news from Bayer, the potential impact of the Russian/Ukraine conflict upon agriculture, and a fun with numbers tied to the annual Commodity Classic show.
Agronomists highlight the three Ps of 2022 to date: Prevent, plan, proactive.
Bayer expects repairs of the production line to take around three months.
If there’s any year to lean more heavily on your agronomist and retailer it’s this one.
As the supply situation simmers, agronomists and other experts warn about unintended effects.
Heavy corn rootworm pressure is also expected to push more acres to soybeans next season.
Strong Crop Prices, Booming Seed Treatment Business Among Key Factors Boosting Seed Care Equipment Sales
Seed treatment equipment enjoyed a rebound in ’21 after years of wavering sales.
U.S. ag players open up about how they’re approaching the crunch.
Industry experts discuss how to steward dicamba and 2,4-D — and warn that supply chain delays didn’t happen overnight.
Checklist of the “dos” and “don’ts” for dicamba application in 2021.
There is no time for downtime or failure, particularly with the rising cost of inputs.