After a tumultuous three-plus years, dicamba application is no longer legal in the U.S.
Our annual half-year survey tries to make sense of a world that’s turned on a dime for many.
TFI revealed five farmer/retailer pairs who teamed up to turn the 4R Nutrient Stewardship principles into practice,
Powered by Adepidyn technology, Miravis Prime offers long-lasting control of economically challenging diseases in grapes and other specialty crops.
Goals will expand sustainability efforts for farmers, the land, communities and operations.
Following some rough years, ag retailers are apparently having an easier time applying dicamba these days.
The SWFC Executive Committee has decided to cancel this year’s conference scheduled for July 19-23, in Denver.
Because of all the disruptive field conditions caused by 2019, in-field management for corn will be a bit trickier than normal this year, say experts.
With most court cases at a standstill because of COVID-19, there is still some news to share on the popular herbicide.
Corteva and M2i have formed an agreement for the research, development, and global commercialization of pheromone-based insect control solutions.
Corteva’s shift to bring the newly branded Brevant seed line into the exclusive control of ag retail is a hopeful sign.
Sound Agriculture Co-Founder Travis Bayer shares insight into the company’s innovative way of looking at crop nutrition.
Growers who prefer purchasing seed through retail locations will have access to more seed products backed by the latest Corteva innovations.
GROPRO Corp., a producer and supplier of bio crop protection products, has recently launched into the agricultural market with a quick and steady stream of products, focusing on nematode control.
The CRISPR-enhanced camelina could provide some pretty interesting benefits, ultimately leading to a broader trend that advances CRISPR to improve agriculture sustainability.
With delayed plantings/applications occurring during 2019, many weed analysts foresee plenty of potential trouble with herbicide-resistant varieties in 2020.
Approval by EPA enables growers more flexibility in crop protection decisions for 2020.