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Ag retailers will continue adjusting to tough logistics and a challenging labor environment for the upcoming crop protection season.
Procuring the desired seed and optimizing its value are more important than ever in today’s challenging market.
How do things look for the various crop inputs and equipment segments as the 2023 growing season rolls around? Our ninth annual survey provides insight.
Abundant trait choices notwithstanding, the outlook for seed is somewhat muted going to 2021, according to the nation’s top retailers.
If crop nutrients follow their usage/sales pattern of the past few seasons, 2021 should end up being an “up” year.
The seventh annual Buying Intention survey provides insight into where dealerships are planning to spend their money in 2021.
A close look at the four major categories tracked in the 2020 Buying Intentions Survey, it’s clear one category — fertilizer — will likely stand out from the crowd this growing season.
If the latest word from CropLife 100 companies is any indication, the state of the crop protection product […]
Based upon what fertilizer industry watchers believe, 2018 could turn out to be a decent growth year for […]
The current state of the domestic ag seed industry is one of well-positioned strength, as evidenced by the […]
Another flip of the calendar and a new growing season is upon us! As the ag retail marketplace […]
While other key market segments in agriculture continue to see tumultuous shifts in sales volumes going forward (large equipment […]
Traditionally, the majority of the nation’s grower-customers made their seed planting decisions in the late fall. Normally, when […]
In the early 1970s, when reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were first looking into what would become […]