This year’s wet spring means applicators face a tight application window. Get all of your prep work done now.
Have a talk with your insurance company before a chemical drift from your sprayer damages your neighbor’s crops.
Dave Mowitz visited the John Deere archives in Moline, Illinois for an exclusive behind-the-scene
Farmer evaluators test a variety of the latest advances in shop tools.
The SF Engine Man, Ray Bohacz, explains radiator fouling and how to fix it.
If you have marestail, waterhemp, or Palmer amaranth, one or all of them may resist glyphosate or other herbicides. Unfortunately, no help is on the way from any new herbicide modes of action.
Spraying pesticides on your fields is one of those jobs where the margin for error is pretty narrow, both in terms of accomplishing the mission and protecting neighboring fields.
Volatility denial from new dicamba formulations is industry’s brush with “inattentional blindness,” says an Extension weed scientist.
Practices like seedbank management must also accompany herbicide treatments in corn and soybeans
Looking to sharpen your 2018 weed-management strategy?
Tim Dahl, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative, talks about considerations farmers should make for corn rootworm trait packages.