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Nutrien Ag Solutions is positioning itself for long-term stability and growth by taking fullest possible advantage of its position as the farmer’s trusted adviser.
In a letter sent to President Donald Trump, The Fertilizer Institute requested that government recognize fertilizer and all agriculture inputs as “essential services”.
Syngenta offers multi-year planning approach to growers monitoring and managing corn rootworm.
Despite unfavorable market conditions most years, the micronutrients segment continues to outpace other crop inputs among CropLife 100 retailers.
The collaboration will provide farmers with agronomic expertise to help promote best practices for on-farm eradication of pigweed.
All eyes are on Illinois to bring drift complaint numbers down. Meanwhile, pesticide applicators are the target of a new bill.
Empyros for corn and Antares Complete for soybeans are pre-emergence herbicides designed to manage weed threats earlier when valuable resources are at stake.
Ag retailers, geared up for the upcoming growing season, predict a moderately good year for crop nutrients.
With an ever-evolving political climate, changing regulatory environment, and concerns over China, 2020 could be a challenge.
With plenty of product in the tanks, retailers aim to manage the myriad weed control systems in 2020.
This technology is a method of fertilizing an agricultural crop using an environmentally friendly and versatile high potassium-content liquid fertilizer.
Industry optimism is headed in a northerly fashion despite a disappointing 2019 growing season in the U.S.
The new year is already revealing similarities to 2019, but, with agriculture, expect the unexpected, according to CF Industries’ Bert Frost.