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  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Surveil® Herbicide Receives EPA Approval as New Premix for Soybean Growers


    INDIANAPOLIS — July 8, 2015 — Surveil® herbicide – a new preemergence, residual herbicide, has received approval from the Environmental Protection Agency and will be available for the 2016 growing season. This new herbicide combines two leading active ingredients in one convenient premix for soybean growers. The premix from Dow AgroSciences offers easy mixing and handling characteristics and proven weed control that growers can count on to battle herbicide resistant and hard-to-control broadleaf weeds....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Preserving Yield in Critical Development Stages

    “Despite weather and growing season conditions, now is not a time to give up on a crop. There’s still plenty of opportunity to preserve yield potential,” says John Fisher, product development associate for StollerUSA. “Understanding the growth and development of crops allows growers to use timely production practices that can help preserve yield. Maintaining hormonal balance within the plant at critical vegetative and reproductive development stages is key to preserving and maximizing yield potential.”...More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Vivid Life Sciences Created to Bring New Plant Physiology Technologies and Value Opportunities to Companies Serving North American Farmers

    Minneapolis, MN – July 15, 2015 – Vivid Life Sciences was recently formed to bring new plant physiology technologies from around the world to North American farmers. The company’s focus is on advanced nutritionals, biologicals and enhancement technologies that increase crop yields and improve farmers’ economic returns. The technologies promise to add value to row crops, specialty crops, vegetable and fruit crops....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Nufarm U.S. Introduces Panther® SC Herbicide

    CHICAGO, IL – July 23, 2015 – Today Nufarm announced the availability of new Panther® SC herbicide. Panther SC is the first liquid formulation of flumioxazin available in the United States. Panther SC is a broad-spectrum broadleaf herbicide option for corn, soybean, cotton and peanut growers. It provides excellent residual control of tough broadleaf weeds such as marestail, Palmer amaranth, kochia and waterhemp. Panther acts quickly on tough weeds and the new liquid formulation makes mixing and loading faster and easier....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Verdesian Life Sciences Showcases Versatile Product Portfolio


    CARY, N.C., July 23, 2015 -- Technology has revolutionized agriculture by bringing farmers, retailers and distributors to the forefront of the digital age. To meet the needs of customers, Verdesian Life Sciences has advanced its web presence on a newly redesigned vlsci.com.

The new website will help farmers explore the science and plant health technologies Verdesian has developed to maximize yields as well as return on investments....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Enlist Duo™ Herbicide Performance Exceeds Expectations


    INDIANAPOLIS — July 8, 2015 — This summer, growers and retailers are putting the Enlist™ Weed Control System to work across commercial-sized farms. And reports from across key geographies in the Corn Belt show growers are impressed with the new system....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    PowerCore™ Technology Offers Corn Growers a New Insect Control Option

    INDIANAPOLIS — July 8, 2015 — Today, Dow AgroSciences announced the addition of PowerCore™ technology to its existing trait lineup. This new option for above-ground insect control for corn growers provides a broad spectrum of control....More
  • Jul 23, 2015
    press release

    Dow AgroSciences Reveals the Name of Its New Residual Corn Herbicide

    INDIANAPOLIS — July 8, 2015 — Dow AgroSciences announced today that its new corn herbicide, previously referred to as GF-3471, will be named Resicore™ herbicide. Registration for this herbicide is expected in 2016....More
  • Jul. 10, 2015
    poll

    Will you apply fungicide this year? 5

    With wet weather and soggy fields can come higher possibility for disease. And with low prices comes cost control. That leaves farmers with a choice: spend the money, or save the money. Will you use a preemptive fungicide application this year to keep diseases at bay (and hoping for a yield increase)? Will you only spray a fungicide if there is a disease presence? Or, will you not spray fungicide this year because of the cost? Take our latest poll and let us know. Feel free to leave comments about fungicide plans on your farm this year....More

Will you apply fungicide this year?

With wet weather and soggy fields can come higher possibility for disease. And with low prices comes cost control. That leaves farmers with a choice: spend the money, or save the money. Will you use a preemptive fungicide application this year to keep diseases at bay (and hoping for a yield increase)? Will you only spray a fungicide if there is a disease presence? Or, will you not spray fungicide this year because of the cost? Take our latest poll and let us know. Feel free to leave comments about fungicide plans on your farm this year. Don't forget to let us know your location.

 


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