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There is plenty of interest in carbon credits, but many questions for ag retailers remain.
Multiple states have now dropped or loosened mask/social distancing restrictions, which should mean in-person events can finally take place.
Editor Eric Sfiligoj offers his insight into what the U.S. ag retail landscape will look like in four years.
Strong demand has pushed steel prices to record highs, worrying equipment makers in the process.
Ninth Court of Appeals tells EPA to decide on active ingredient’s market status within the next two months.
Some ag retailers are warning grower-customers that the products they want for the 2021 growing season might be unavailable.
Dealerships and cooperative keep looking at combining forces to stay profitable in today’s agriculture marketplace.
It appears the Villain Quest will continue without a clear candidate as the next “kingpin of bad agriculture.”
Despite many plaintiffs and lawyers signing on, at least one law firm is opposed to the Bayer agreement.
If events resume in 2021, state and local fairs could offer some clues as to the timing.
Based upon what CropLife readers believe, these two areas will drive agriculture forward throughout the 2020s.
Despite market concerns, micronutrients have maintained steady support from ag retailers and their grower-customers in recent years.