Editor Paul Schrimpf is willing to bet that post-COVID, farmers will be looking to continue to engage in new ways with their trusted advisers.
These apps will help you farm smarter and do your job more efficiently this year.
Editor Paul Schrimpf gives his insight on how program payments from the government should evolve moving forward.
With most court cases at a standstill because of COVID-19, there is still some news to share on the popular herbicide.
According to the 2020 CropLife 100 Mid-Year Survey, 90% of respondents believe COVID-19 will have some kind of “negative financial impact”.
The calendar only says May at this point, but 2020 has already seemed like an incredibly long year, says editor Eric Sfiligoj.
Maybe this is an opportunity to close the chasm a bit between the technology-bleeding edge farmers and those in the wings ready to embrace something that demonstrates clear value to them.
Editors Eric Sfiligoj and Paul Schrimpf share a mix of absurdity and actuality in this twisted look ahead to the rest of 2020.
Who better to represent the voice of agriculture on the Coronavirus Task Force than the head of the USDA.
The PACE Executive Forum will feature participation from thought leaders and experts from every segment of the agriculture and crop production value chain.
As social distancing becomes the norm across the country, trade shows scheduled for further out in the year are still on the calendar.
Dick Meister didn’t just report on the market, he placed himself on the inside, gaining insight and empathy with those he wrote about.
Even with city and state lockdowns in place, agricultural workers can continue doing their jobs.
If observers are to be believed, 2020 is looking like it will be a more “normal” year than agriculture has seen over the past few seasons.