Observant, a leader in agricultural field data collection and automation, announced the availability of its first implementation of an application program interface (API) based on Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA) standards.
Pace International LLC has announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved its application for the registration of Fysium, a new 1-MCP technology that will help apple packers in the United States improve the quality and value of their apples.
ProTrakker, an Iowa-based manufacturer of implement guidance systems, is expanding and has added another product to its lineup, SonicTrakk. This is another control option for farmers looking to achieve a high level of accuracy.
By Edited from Bird, Marella, Boxer, Wolpert, Nessim, Drooks, Lincenberg & Rhow, P.C.
Trade secret theft charges against a Chinese national were dropped this week in Federal Court in the Southern District of Iowa. A team of lawyers headed by Terry Bird, Gary Lincenberg and Peter Shakow with Los Angeles-based litigation firm Bird Marella secured the rare and complete dismissal of the charges against Mo Yun.
Last week, symptoms of sudden death syndrome (SDS) began to appear in April 15-planted soybeans at the University of Illinois’ Northwestern Research Center in Warren County. Weather during the 2015 growing season has been favorable for the development of SDS.
Independent oil refiners and a former White House official have urged U.S. regulators to tweak the U.S. biofuels program to shift responsibility for complying from refiners to fuel blenders, according to public comments on a government proposal for renewable fuel use.
The Southeastern United States and Texas are uniquely at risk from climate change, according to a new report released today by the Risky Business Project - a non-partisan initiative chaired by Hank Paulson, Michael R. Bloomberg, and Tom Steyer.