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The NanoPro crop additive product promises to help growers improve crop response as ongoing supply issues potentially take other options off the table.
RNAi precisely targets specific genes in specific pests, avoiding broad spectrum damage to other organisms or to the soil, water, and air.
The market for crop protection products in North America can be expected to continue the improvement seen in 2020 out to 2022.
One keyword should drive every insecticide-related decision: identification.
The so-called “billion-dollar bug” is expected to be back in full force in 2021.
Qalcova active and Jemvelva active headline Corteva’s growing portfolio of sustainable innovations.
Rynaxypyr insecticide is considered a reduced risk pesticide due to its favorable toxicological and environmental profile.
As corn rootworm returns with a vengeance, proceed with caution if trading down is under consideration.
Development of RNAi-based insecticides is an important example of bringing recent scientific advances to the service of the crop protection industry.
The seventh annual Buying Intention survey provides insight into where dealerships are planning to spend their money in 2021.
Gowan has been granted an exclusive license to market and sell a patented spiropidion 300 SC formulation in the U.S. and Canada.
Spiropidion is an innovative new insect control technology that will help farmers protect their crops against damaging sucking pests in an effective and environmentally sustainable manner.
Vantacor insect control delivers convenient, targeted and long-lasting residual control of worm pests in row crops.
The acquisition includes product registrations and trademarks, including Envidor, Envidor Speed, Ecomite, and related intellectual property and labels.
Syngenta monitoring has seen a rise in CRW threats, likely the result of a turbulent 2019 where less-than-ideal weather resulted in delayed planting.
For the nation’s ag retailers and their cotton growing customers, 2020 has presented its own set of market challenges.