Jackie Pucci

Attacking Seed Sales in 2018

Devin Helming, Head of Pioneer Seed Sales with Asmus Farm Supply, Rake, IA, captures the general tone of […]

Word-of-Mouth Farmer-Dealer Networks Shake Up Distribution

In an industry that is constantly striving to revamp its public image, there’s no getting around the thorny […]

The Verdict on Dicamba, Year Two

Was year two of the new dicamba technologies a success? It’s a matter of perspective. (See our earlier […]

Georgia on My Mind: Notes from Around the U.S.

Down South, a wet season proved challenging. In the last two weeks of May alone, parts of Georgia […]

Dicamba So Far in 2018: Tough to Tell

It’s still too early tell exactly how dicamba injury-related issues on U.S. cropland will compare to last year, […]

Indigo Touts ‘New Approach to Agricultural R&D’

Indigo, the Boston-based microbial crop technology startup that has raised more than $400 million, announced it is expanding […]

Syngenta Appoints U.S. Seeds Executives

Syngenta announced two key leadership appointments in its U.S. Seeds business. Syngenta veteran David Elser will take on […]

Chris Novak Named New CropLife America Head

CropLife America (CLA), the leading association for the U.S. crop protection industry, has selected Chris Novak as its […]

Post-emergent Herbicide Timing Key in Corn Production

Weed control in corn is important to profitability, but producers need to be aware of herbicide application timing, […]

Bradley: Dicamba Injury Limited, So Far

Last year we attempted to provide updates as to the extent of dicamba-injured soybean throughout the United States. […]

Weeding Out the Noise in the Biostimulant Space

We recently had the chance to chat with Ian Crawford, Product Manager, Plant Health Technologies with J.R. Simplot […]

Land O’Lakes’ Policinski to Retire as CEO

Land O’Lakes, Inc. announced that Chris Policinski will retire as Land O’Lakes President and Chief Executive Officer, effective […]

Arkansas Receiving Drift Complaints About Loyant Herbicide

Numerous complaints about off-target movement of Dow AgroSciences’ Loyant herbicide prompted the state’s Agriculture Department to issue an […]

Daily Dicamba Update: What ‘Success’ with Dicamba Means

CropLife had the opportunity to talk dicamba and what it means to be successful with the product with […]

How Far Away Is Dicamba Resistance? A New Software May Have the Answer

If you have two reasonable-sounding herbicide programs and are wondering if one might outlast the other, a new […]

What’s Really Behind the Biostimulant Boom

Editor’s Note: This week, we had the chance to sit down with Dr. Russell Sharp, Technical Director and […]

Wilbur-Ellis’ Vradenburg: ‘Complexity of Ag Is Going to Increase Exponentially’

Wilbur-Ellis announced earlier this month that Dan Vradenburg, longtime Agribusiness division president, will take on a new role […]

Daily Dicamba Update: Reaching Spanish Speakers on Label Requirements

CropLife had the opportunity to chat with Logan Grier, BASF Technical Marketing Manager for Product Stewardship, on the […]

Daily Dicamba Update: A Cause of Drift You (Probably) Don’t Know About

CropLife chatted with Ryan Wolf, Western Agronomy Services Manager with WinField United, on field testing he conducted that […]

Daily Dicamba Update: Q&A with Amy Asmus (Part 2)

Today CropLife brings you part two of our conversation with Amy Asmus, Owner/agronomist at Asmus Farm Supply based […]