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Koch Agronomic Services, LLC reached agreement with Compass Minerals to purchase Compass Minerals’ North American micronutrient assets.
UPL’s Brian Ahrens and Tom Mudd discuss the rapid expansion of the glufosinate molecule and what it means for ag.
With what looks like unstoppable growth for glufosinate, the industry is rapidly adding capacity and investing in R&D, while seeking to avoid the pitfalls of overuse.
While some growers want the insurance that a preventative micronutrient application can provide, others opt to wait to until deficiencies show.
CeraMax is a new biological seed treatment for the prevention of soilborne fungal diseases including Rhizoctonia and Fusarium virguliforme.
Syngenta expects to invest $68 million in a new office complex in Greensboro, NC.
Learn from experts at ADM on how they are lining up fertilizer supplies and accurately estimating inventory needs for retailers and growers.
Volatility-reducing agents, lower use rates, and innovation in the pipeline signal growth for the category.
The collaboration will leverage AgBiome’s proprietary GENESIS platform that comprises the world’s largest, most diverse, fully-sequenced collection of microbes.
Qalcova active and Jemvelva active headline Corteva’s growing portfolio of sustainable innovations.
Containing picarbutrazox, a novel mode of action, Vayantis reinforces protection against Pythium, one of the leading causes of yield loss in corn.
Lyra combines three technologies into one, designed to improve nutrient availability and utilization and to help with nitrate stewardship.
Getting a handle on grass species now rather than later is a crucial step toward ensuring clean fields and high yields remain a reality.
Herbicide can be used on cereals to provide broad-spectrum control of broadleaf weeds, with improved efficacy against kochia and built-in resistance management.