Soil Nutrition

CropX acquires irrigation company Tule Technologies

CropX Technologies, a global leader in digital solutions for agronomic farm management, has acquired Tule Technologies, a precision irrigation company based in California. This acquisition brings new data capture technologies to the CropX Agronomic Farm Management System and... more »

Tips for strawberry growers take center stage

After conducting more than 20 years of perennial strawberry soil health research, Marvin Pritts has identified strategies for growers who produce the finicky plants. Pritts, director of undergraduate studies for the SIPS Horticulture Section at... more »

Virginia Tech Extension specialist Swafford dies

Jerry “Dan” Swafford, a Virginia Cooperative Extension specialist who championed the use of drones to gather data on crops, has died. Swafford, Extension project associate and curriculum specialist, died Jan. 4 at his home in... more »

BHN makes leadership changes

Inc. (BHN) has announced structural changes and expansion of its leadership team. The changes are designed to better align with the company's continued growth and strategic goals, according to a news release. BHN mines and... more »

Meristem names new Midwest account manager

Caleb Miller, an experienced ag account professional and seed rep, has joined Meristem Crop Performance Group LLC. As an account manager for the crop input company, Miller will work... more »

Fourteen Acres’ bounty

In an unusual combination, central Texas distillery Tito’s is growing fresh produce, and seeks to inspire other distilleries to do the same. Tito’s/Fourteen Acres’ farmer Adam Levin and Kathleen Kuper, farm... more »

Report: flooding fields help farmers, wildlife

Mississippi Delta farmers may reap the benefits for flooding their fields during the fall and winter. U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are studying the practice of managed flooding to create temporary... more »

Midwest schools receive pollinator habitat grants

High school students in five Midwestern states will help imperiled insect pollinators and monarch butterflies. Sand County Foundation is awarding pollinator habitat grants to agriculture and science programs at 21 high schools in Illinois, Iowa,... more »

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