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Acquiring several resources from the International Plant Nutrition Institute is helping TFI remain a trusted source of information for years to come.
Speakers at the annual Fertilizer Outlook Conference foresee a few reasons why crop nutrient demand will be strong this year — and a few why it won’t.
Twenty-three herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides from FMC are now listed on either the Enlist Duo and/or the Enlist […]
By now, everyone is familiar with how rough a year 2019 has turned out to be for the […]
It is estimated that around 47 million tons of phosphate fertilizer is applied to fields globally, costing growers […]
Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. That’s certainly true for nitrogen fertilizers. Without […]
NACHURS, an industry leader in plant nutrition products since 1946, has announced the approval of six nutritional formulations […]
ROI is never far from a grower’s mind, and two factors to consider for reaching profit goals are […]
Weather conditions halted nitrogen applications last fall, and with a wet start to spring, it’s likely farmers’ fertilizer […]
Making nitrogen (N) fertilizer recommendations is often a guesstimating game, writes Dr. Tai McClellan Maaz, International Plant Nutrition […]
In recent years, sulfur (S) deficiency has been diagnosed in corn, soybean, alfalfa, and wheat in the Midwest […]
Two years ago on this site I wrote that “demand will absorb excess supply, and the global supply […]