Collaborative research to demonstrate the benefits of improved soil health through the use of cover crops, reduced tillage, and other management practices.
Nebraska research team helps identify the best weed control program to help farmers control Palmer amaranth in soybean fields.
C&C’s Mutiny Crop Performance line of products becomes a key component of AMS Express’s crop input offering.
The Corteva product, to be branded as Utrisha N nutrient efficiency optimizer, works in natural field conditions, adapting to the plants’ growth needs.
Learn from experts at ADM on how they are lining up fertilizer supplies and accurately estimating inventory needs for retailers and growers.
The so-called “billion-dollar bug” is expected to be back in full force in 2021.
The evolution of herbicide-resistant weeds is one of THE most significant developments in agriculture today. Fortunately, help is on the way.
This herbicide-tolerant technology with Highcard herbicide, gives rice growers an excellent tool for weed control.
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.
Tom Mason provides answers as the President of BioProtection Global, a federation of regional associations representing biocontrols around the world.