Bio Reverse enhances residue breakdown, providing a better seedbed in the spring and releasing valuable nutrients into the soil from the previous crop.
A recent Penn State study shows the need to customize cover crop mixes to achieve desired ecosystem services, depending on soil and climatic conditions.
Find many of the products that will be used in the field this year and beyond from leading suppliers in the industry.
The center will enable UPL to leverage its advanced R&D capabilities in partnership with other innovation-based companies to develop new sustainable agriculture solutions.
The American Soybean Association has returned to its roots to celebrate a century of coordinated efforts and ensuing successes on behalf of U.S. soybean growers.
NK varieties available for 2021 include all three of the most in-demand traits: Enlist E3 soybeans, Roundup Ready 2 Xtend soybeans, and LibertyLink GT27 soybeans.
STEPUP 2.0. is a seed treatment nutritional designed to respond to the seed by supplementing the protein and amino acids.
BASF is developing new hybrid wheat varieties to improve yield, quality, and stability to meet the agronomic and economic needs of the value chain.
The Fertilizer Institute President & CEO Corey Rosenbusch applauded the President and Congress for extending the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards program for three years.
The Ninth Circuit Court handed Corteva Agriscience and the agricultural industry a win on Wednesday by denying a petition to vacate the registration for Enlist Duo.
Petition requests a review of the decision by a panel of 11 judges from the Ninth Circuit instead of the three-judge panel that issued the previous decision.
Reviton will be one of the first new PPO herbicide to be introduced in the U.S. in more than a decade.
For the nation’s ag retailers and their cotton growing customers, 2020 has presented its own set of market challenges.
Agriculture innovation continues to progress thanks in part to continuing education of how biological products can supplement existing chemical and fertilizer production systems.
The patent further strengthens AgBiome’s IP Protection around novel product offerings.
With a settlement now in place, questions regarding the world’s most popular herbicide should begin to ease going forward.
PhytoGen Seed Co., LLC — a joint venture between Corteva and J.G. Boswell Co. — was formed to focus on the U.S. cottonseed industry.