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By switching up the planting dates of soybeans, growers and retailers need to be open minded to the idea of altering their weed control programs.
If there has ever been a year for farmers to consider using biologicals to unlock the fertility that already exists in their soil, it is 2022.
The economy is raising more than just prices as farmers question how to manage fertilizer investments in 2022.
PLINAZOLIN technology is the trademark of a new active ingredient that protects plant health with outstanding performance on a wide range of harmful pests.
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.
Santos, who will succeed Liam Condon as President January 1, was also named to Bayer’s Board of Management.
Elizabeth Escobar has joined Nichino America effective November 1, 2021.
The NanoPro crop additive product promises to help growers improve crop response as ongoing supply issues potentially take other options off the table.
DEI is gearing the new customer service initiative to drive further improvements on in-field crop production results for farmers.
The past is no predictor of the future, but it seems the outlook for these sustainable products continues to grow like corn across the Midwest.
RNAi precisely targets specific genes in specific pests, avoiding broad spectrum damage to other organisms or to the soil, water, and air.
Purdue Extension Specialists discuss ways to minimize the impact of herbicide shortage on corn and soybean production.
E-commerce continues to wane in importance as the digital customer experience drills into the blocking and tackling of core business information.