More than half of ag leaders are optimistic about future economic conditions and 6 in 10 expect profitability to increase in the next 12 months.
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Luckey Farmers and Ida Farmers will have 11 locations across northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan providing products, programs and services.
Corn is forecast at 15.1 billion bushels, down slightly from the previous forecast. Soybean growers are expected to decrease production 4% from 2022.
Over the first three quarters of this year, AgTech startups have secured $4.6 billion in funding.
The weedy circumstances this year set the stage for many to consider fall herbicide applications to regain the upper hand on weeds.
Syngenta Aligns Sustainable Outcomes in Agriculture Standard with TSC’s THESIS to Improve Sustainability Reporting
The performance assessment system guides retailers and suppliers in benchmarking, quantifying, and taking action on critical sustainability issues.
Modern technology allows for super-detailed outlooks on temperature, precipitation, and other data. But is it more accurate than old-school almanacs?
The comprehensive report reflects the company’s commitment to sustainable ag and its contributions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
In this Tech Talk, GROWERS CEO Steven Valencsin discusses how retailers and manufacturers can use technology to stay in stride with industry trends.
The project will define performance standards for targeted spray application for row-crop, boom-type sprayer configurations.
Septentrio expands high-accuracy service options for their GPS/GNSS receivers with Topnet Live global, RTK service.
The top honor of $25,000 was presented to the Grain Science Team from Kansas State University for their proposal to increase production of perennial crops.
AEA’s second manufacturing facility in Aurora, CO, will help meet growing demand for the company’s regenerative agriculture products.
Camelina is one of the crops the companies are looking to scale to help meet the skyrocketing demand for biofuels.
Farmers must understand the risks and rewards when adopting climate-smart practices, as well as the requirements of individual carbon markets.