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Corn is forecast at 15.1 billion bushels, down slightly from the previous forecast. Soybean growers are expected to decrease production 4% from 2022.
The weedy circumstances this year set the stage for many to consider fall herbicide applications to regain the upper hand on weeds.
The comprehensive report reflects the company’s commitment to sustainable ag and its contributions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
A suite of new herbicides help farmers manage the spread of weeds despite a host of obstacles each growing season.
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.
Phospholutions’ Craig Dick shares an update on the company, commercialization of RhizoSorb in the U.S. row crop market, and much more.
In southern states where red crown rot has been well established, yield losses of up to 30% have been documented.
Get the dirt on measuring the chemical, physical and biological components of your soil this fall to make well-informed decisions for 2024.
Crop nutrient manufacturers expect sales to surpass pre-pandemic levels heading into the 2024 season.
Reklemel helps protect a wide variety of crops from plant-parasitic nematode damage without disrupting the healthy balance of beneficials in the soil.
Ag retailers surveyed by CropLife magazine foresee a nice fall application season for crop nutrients.
Findings not only validated the effectiveness of LIVENTIA’s products but also provided valuable insights for further optimization.
Exacta is leveraging Ginkgo’s end-to-end agricultural R&D services to enhance its crop protection product FitoRoot, paving the way for large-scale commercialization.