Variable-rate seeding benefits result, though, on field areas perennially at risk of drought.
Qrome corn products with triple-stack insect control will be available across the Corn Belt in 2019.
Farmers who have waded and stumbled through corn decimated by green snap or stalk lodging may be in luck in a few years. Bayer CropScience is developing what it calls short-stature corn.
China is giving the go-ahead for import of Corteva Agriscience’s E3 soybeans, which is the latest step in giving U.S. farmers another weed management tool.
Wildfires continue to ravage part of the U.S. Still, controlled burns in conjunction with timber harvest and grazing are ways to manage wildfires in national forests.
Carey Gillam’s book about glyphosate has been praised in some circles and criticized in others as biased coverage.
IARC findings run counter to those of every other regulatory body, says Washington State University’s Allan Felsot.
Volatility denial from new dicamba formulations is industry’s brush with “inattentional blindness,” says an Extension weed scientist.
Microbial products have the potential to help farmers better manage nutrients and slay pests. Improving product consistency, though, is key.
Integrated weed management approaches are needed, because no new herbicide sites of action from industry are coming soon