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Yield losses would add pressure to already tight supplies, late season heat boosts outlook for soybean oil prices.
Family-owned crop nutrition provider reflects on the past and looks to the future during companywide celebration.
LumiTreo is a three-way premix fungicide, with three effective modes of action for key early season diseases to help soybeans reach their full potential.
Viatude fungicide is now available for northern U.S. soybean farmers to help protect yield potential.
Cross pollinated soybeans offer potential for researchers to introduce new crop improvements, improve farmer’s harvests and provide forage for pollinators.
Corn production is up 10% from last year, while soybean growers are expected to decrease their production 2% from 2022.
The new portfolio includes biological fertilizer complements, PowerCoat and BioPath, which improve nutrient use efficiency and enhance plant growth.
Looking to strengthen your disease management strategy? You might find the two-pass fungicide approach as a means to meet your customers’ goals.
RhizoSorb is the only patented technology incorporated upstream into the production process for conventional phosphates.
Partnership connects ag company with one of the nation’s top agricultural universities.
New Bayer campaign will shine a spotlight on the devastating impact corn rootworm has the potential to levy on farmers’ harvests.
New MAX-IN Ultra ZMB Plus Premium Foliar Blend supplies a high load of Zinc, Manganese and Boron to help boost agronomic performance.
Biome Makers aims to amplify the impact of the Healthy Soils Demonstration Program by offering its expertise and trusted lab services to applicants.
UPL will use these patents to develop and launch new herbicides for use with Fenclorim-treated seeds.
Seventy-three percent U.S. retailers recently surveyed by Brevant seeds ranked drought toughness as the No. 1 crop challenge this season.
Storen contains four residual active ingredients designed to work together to last up to three weeks longer than other leading herbicides.
While the biologicals market is rapidly moving past early-stage barriers, maturity comes with growing pains that must be addressed.
U.S. National Science Foundation will fund research using bioherbicide formulations to control weeds resistant to synthetic herbicides.