Zurich North America today announced that its crop insurance business - Rural Community Insurance Services (RCIS) - has added Climate FieldView to its list of precision agriculture providers available to RCIS customers. FieldView enables farmers to collect, store and...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced that commodity and specialty crop producers impacted by natural disaster events in 2020 and 2021 will soon begin receiving emergency relief payments totaling approximately $6 billion through the Farm Service Agency's...
Vestaron, a leader in peptide-based biological crop protection, is pleased to announce the official closing of the Series C fundraising efforts at $82M as of May 12, 2022. The financing was significantly oversubscribed with high demand from both existing and...
When it comes to planting continuous soybeans, wise management is essential to get the most from the crop. Learning the proper management steps can give growers another planting option each season. "When planting a mono-crop, we want to do things...
Summit Agro USA announces the introduction of Regev HBX hybrid fungicide. This unique formulation brings new disease fighting power to growers of soybeans, rice and pecans. "We recognized gaps in the performance of existing fungicides in these three crops, which...
U.S. farmers are expected to produce 1.17 billion bushels of winter wheat this year, according to the Crop Production report released today by USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). In NASS's first winter wheat production forecast for 2022, production...
A strong start for your corn crop lowers the odds of early season pest and disease pressure. That starts with patience, says Alan Bass, LG Seeds agronomist in Wisconsin. "Wait for the proper temperatures and moisture and then look...
Pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and Putin’s Price Hike are increasing the price of food for working families here at home and leading to shortages of food in countries across the globe. Today, President Biden will visit a family farm...
The fertilizer industry has been the subject of many news pieces over the past 18 months, and even more so since the Russia-Ukraine conflict has brought the challenges and effects of fertilizer market disruptions to a main-stream audience. What has...
U.S. corn and soybean planting lagged again last week. That was due to more wet, cooler than normal weather in some key growing areas, but forecasts for most of the Midwest this week have warmer, drier conditions, which should...
Translate Web in Your Language »