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The agricultural industry is facing several emerging problems that require the development of new adjuvants.
Pairing soil-applied, residual chemistries with a multi-functional adjuvant can improve herbicide efficacy up front, according to experts from Helena.
This year’s CPDA meeting in Louisville will feature an executive panel focused on a vertical view of the supply chain ecosystem.
View some of the latest products and trends impacting the adjuvants market in a new special report from CropLife Media Group and CPDA.
Adjuvants play an important role in sustainable agriculture’s emphasis on efficiency and precision.
Dr. Matthew Phillips weighs in on how changing application technologies are pushing the adjuvants market into a new era.
The webinar “Using Oils to Protect Your Chemical Investment” will be held January 19.
November 1 webinar will identify adjuvant types and what each type brings to the spray application process.
Gednalske is credited with 41 U.S. and international patents for adjuvants, spray application technology, and other crop inputs.
Anyone looking to survive – and indeed thrive – during this time of volatility and change in crop protection would do well to keep an eye on these trends.
The new adjuvant is an ideal carrier to deliver herbicides onto the leaf surface and into the bloodline of targeted weeds.
Supply shortages push adjuvants into the limelight, as retailers and growers sharpen focus on making every ounce of herbicide count.
Scott Rawlins will serve as Director of Government Relations, and Johnnie Roberts as Director of Education – Adjuvant Chemistry.
Including the right adjuvant and ensuring complete, uniform coverage are essential to getting the job done.
With similar professional histories, the pairing of the Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) and its new president seems preordained.
The Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) has announced its second installment of the webinar series entitled “Adjuvants 101”.
Numerous supply chain issues caused by things like Hurricane Ida and the energy crisis in China have had an impact on the global crop input supply.
Senior executives from the largest national crop protection product distributors will share their vision of the industry.