When you purchase seed for the next growing season, it often comes coated with protection against insects and pathogens. Host Jodi Henke talks with Syngenta Seed Care Specialist Chad Vest about how and why seeds are treated, how to choose what treatments you need, and does seed color matter?
Agricultural land values have been relatively stable, but net farm income is way down. What will it take to normalize the market?
Most farmers plant seeds that are treated with a pesticide to protect against insects and disease. Be a good steward to protect the environment.
Chemical spills can be catastrophic. The EPA has a new approach to help ag chemical companies prevent accidents.
Modern farm equipment doesn’t need a lot of spring maintenance, but it does need a once-over. Fix anything out of the ordinary before you start it up.
Compacted soils can reduce yields and soil productivity. Learn strategies on how to reduce soil compaction.
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