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.
Lowboy trailers are attracting attention, but prepare for sticker shock.
The SF Engine Man, Ray Bohacz, explains radiator fouling and how to fix it.
Dave Mowitz visited the John Deere archives in Moline, Illinois for an exclusive behind-the-scene
Clint McGill from Albert Lea, Minnesota, discusses his corn rootworm strategy.
EPA will monitor these changes, then review over-the-top use of dicamba beyond 2018.
The future of cheap food is related to the availability and effectiveness of existing herbicides, says a University of Illinois/USDA-ARS ecologist.
Broad-spectrum insecticides work well for controlling soybean aphids. Still, this benefit is accompanied by costs extending beyond product and application expenses.
Premixes aren’t new herbicides, but mixes of existing modes of action can broaden weed control spectrums.