Rhyme fungicide from FMC, first registered in California in late 2014 for grapes, has now received approval from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for a wide range of specialty crops including: almonds, walnuts, tomatoes, strawberries, melons, stone fruits, brassicas and leafy vegetables.
Growers looking to control their toughest weeds will have access to Acuron Flexi corn herbicide from Syngenta for the 2016 growing season. The herbicide recently received registration from the federal EPA.
Both Case IH and New Holland equipment companies issued extremely similar news releases claiming to be the leaders in offering the same or similar type of RTK products and services by a national original equipment manufacturers.
Parrot’s forthcoming Sequoia multispectral sensor, due to launch in March 2016, will be immediately available for senseFly's eBee Ag drone. Sequoia is the smallest, lightest multispectral UAS sensor released to date. It captures images of crops across four highly defined, visible and non-visible spectral bands, plus RGB imagery.
As 2016 spring wheat variety selection continues in the Pacific Northwest, Syngenta reminds growers to implement proactive management plans including varieties selection. Adding to its portfolio of AgriPro brand wheat varieties, Syngenta is introducing SY Coho and SY Selway hard red spring wheat varieties.
Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI), announced that it has submitted a new biological fungicide (MBI-110) to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The broad spectrum product, MBI-110 is especially notable for its activity on downy mildews and white molds, as shown in two years of field trials in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has approved Vive Crop Protection’s combination product Fenstro. Fenstro uses Vive’s proprietary Allosperse delivery system to combine bifenthrin, a broad-spectrum insecticide, with azoxystrobin, a broad-spectrum fungicide.