Corteva Agriscience and Elemental Enzymes, a life sciences company that develops novel biotechnology and enzymes solutions, announced today they are expanding their multi-year global agreement to include a new biofungicide for a broad range of row crops including soybeans,...
The December futures price of corn settled in a range of $3.20 - $3.25 over the last few trading sessions. Questions regarding a price bottom for corn bubbled up in market discussions. A yield-enhancing weather outlook and flattening ethanol...
Rabobank today announced the redesign of its FoodBytes! food and agriculture innovation platform, which features an expanded startup discovery program FoodBytes! Pitch and a reinvented corporate innovation program FoodBytes! Pilot. Startups can apply for FoodBytes! Pitch through August 10. "The...
Curious Plot today announces the return of its annual Seed to Succeed pro bono grant program. Through March 18, nonprofits in the food, agriculture and animal care sectors can apply for up to $75,000 of in-kind agency services. Equity- and...
Great Plains has recently developed a new solution in its hybrid tillage line-up - the Terra-Max. Great Plains defines hybrid tillage as a tillage system that uses a blend of vertical and conventional tillage methods or tools that allow...
As the 2021 growing season approaches, corn and soybean growers are thinking through strategies to maximize yield potential and create field conditions that will benefit their crops for years to come. As a first step, Syngenta recommends scouting fields...
This year produced a lot of environmental stress for corn crops throughout the United States. The impact of that stress can be compounded on corn-on-corn acres. Those fields typically fare worse than corn-on-soybean fields under stressful conditions, meaning farmers...
Titan International, Inc. (Titan) is excited to announce it will be at the annual Farm Progress Show on August 31 through September 2, 2021 in Decatur, Illinois. Titan's booth theme this year is "Go Big" which will be apparent...
Cool, wet weather in some key U.S. growing areas continues to impact corn and soybean planting. The USDA says 7% of U.S. corn is planted as of Sunday, compared to the five-year average of 15%, and 2% has emerged, compared...
by Steven Wallander, David Smith, Maria Bowman, and Roger Claassen On U.S. cropland, the use of cover crops increased by 50 percent between 2012 and 2017. Over this same period, Federal and State conservation programs have increased efforts to promote...
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