Syngenta Seedcare launched an updated online training module that educates audiences about corn nematodes and... Read more.
Field crop growers might already be aware that stink bugs could cause injury to soybeans, but it seems... Read more.
Elson Shields reported a corn field in Cayuga County showing symptoms of a failed corn rootworm (Cry3Bb1)... Read more.
Stink bug damage in soybeans is well documented in Ohio; however, farmers may be surprised to learn... Read more.
Every year Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach provides private pesticide applicator training covering... Read more.
Syngenta announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved the Agrisure Duracade 5122, E-Z... Read more.
By now you must have heard that for a few years corn growers in large portions of the Midwest... Read more.
Corn earworms (CEW) are cannibalistic and normally only one will be found per ear. The... Read more.
Syngenta announced that regulatory authorities in Korea have granted import approval for the Agrisure 3122... Read more.
Corn growers should start scouting in late July for signs of western bean cutworm, a potentially yield-reducing... Read more.
Mild temperatures and moderate rainfall during corn and soybean planting created prime conditions for avoiding... Read more.
Corn rootworms continue to make news. Most readers are familiar with the reports of resistance from... Read more.
- Ag markets firmed Tuesday morning
- New soybean webcast addresses fungicide resistance
- Leader, scientists call for cooperation in agro-technology
- Grants available for CASE certification and equipment
- Export customers commit to buy $2.3 billion of U.S. soy
- Second company sues Syngenta over Agrisure Viptera
- U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year
- Activists fighting Golden Rice even more in 2014
- Source shows half of GMO research is independent
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- East-West Seed signs marketing collaboration with Monsanto
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