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Research in England on strawberries considers IPM practices

Experts at two British universities are starting a new project to develop a photonic “nose” to monitor crops for pest infestations and plant disea... READ MORE »

Focusing on Healthy Soils and High Yields

(Sponsored) With deep roots in agriculture, Kirby Johnson intimately understands the importance of protecting his soil’s productivity for future gen... READ MORE »

Thrash Thrips to Preserve Pepper Quality

[caption id="attachment_28492" align="aligncenter" width="539"] Corey Harmon’s farm includes strawberries (pictured) as well as peppers, broccoli, e... READ MORE »

Mobile drip irrigation superior to sprinkler systems, Texas Agrilife study finds

Higher biomass, less water and more fruit are the results of the first year in a Texas A&M AgriLife Research study comparing mobile drip irrigatio... READ MORE »

Herbicide shortage has growers eying Ampersand, Accomplice adjuvant

Attune Agriculture, the leader in developing performance based agricultural products using hydrocolloid technology, joins growers and distributors in ... READ MORE »

Sustainability Challenge winner announced by SVG Ventures|THRIVE and Bayer

SVG Ventures|THRIVE and Bayer announced on Sept. 9 the winners of their 2021 Sustainability Challenge. The Sustainable Startup Award was presented ... READ MORE »

Partnership with Nufarm Grupo brings Ampersand adjuvant to Mexico

Attune Agriculture, a developer of performance-based agricultural products using hydrocolloid technology, is expanding Ampersand adjuvant's availabili... READ MORE »

Looking Ahead: How to Control Worms in Sweet Corn

Be prepared for pest outbreaks with Radiant® SC insecticide [caption id="attachment_24319" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Fall armyworm[/caption]... READ MORE »

AutoPath for more accurate row guidance introduced by John Deere

To help producers more accurately document and follow each row of crops in fields throughout the season, John Deere introduces AutoPath. This new prec... READ MORE »

EPA limits enforcement of pesticide application boundaries

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Oct. 29 finalized a rule that narrows the areas where farmers are required to limit human presence during... READ MORE »

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