The word sustainability has been tossed around like a leaf on a windy fall day, but is there proof in the pudding?
Earlier planted soybeans have become the norm as agronomists and academia tout the practice’s benefit in optimizing growth and ultimately yields.
A preemergent herbicide with three sites of action received a full rollout into the marketplace this year and was highlighted at the Farm Progress Show.
A new corn herbicide product for residual control was highlighted at this year’s Farm Progress Show. Storen received registration approval this past July and will be available for use in 2024.
When it comes to the farm bill, every entity involved with the legislation has a different perspective. For state departments of agriculture, which are charged with administering some — but not all — parts of the farm bill, the legislation can bring confusion.
It’s just about guaranteed crops will experience stress at some point in the growing season — and this year was no exception.
Sitting in a large tent sponsored by Syngenta, their company logo on the screen behind her, Chris Chinn, director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture, offered up some food for thought on the current China challenge.
Dave Kestel is well known on social media for his consistently positive attitude and his upbeat and patriotic photos that salute the American flag and the American farmer.
When farmers and ag industry representatives journey to the next Farm Progress Show, what are the hot topics going to be?
With 2023 planting complete, growers are turning their attention to managing their in-season inputs, and one of the key decisions remaining this year is whether or not to use a fungicide.
Syngenta announced its latest residual corn herbicide, Storen, has been registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and will be available for use in 2024, subject to state approvals.
Syngenta Crop Protection’s Seedcare business introduced Equento, a novel seed treatment that provides outstanding control of various soil pests while helping farmers increase the sustainability of their farming operations.
A new incubation center for innovation designed to bring research and development close to farmers is now operating in northern Illinois.
Chris Gould planted soybeans this year on some of the acres where he grew soybeans last year.
With the spread of yield-robbing diseases like tar spot and frogeye leaf spot throughout the United States, fungicide applications have grown increasingly popular and crucial to protect yield potential.