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Discussing the pros and cons of imaging height

‘Eye in the sky’ technology is becoming more affordable, but what is the most useful type of imaging and is it best to work with an experienced contractor or invest in your own technology? These are the issues to be discussed at the next meeting of the Agri-Tech East RemSens Special Interest Group.


CF Industries and OCI committed to pursuing combination

CF Industries Holdings, Inc. and OCI N.V. announced that both companies remain fully committed to pursuing a combination of CF with OCI’s European, North American and global distribution businesses due to its strong industrial logic, significant expected synergies and value creation potential for shareholders.


Fiercer Syria fighting hits main wheat growing areas: FAO

Intensified fighting in Syria’s main wheat growing areas in the north this year will make it even more difficult for farmers to access fields and could hamper planting more cereals this season, a senior United Nations food agency official said.


Raven Industries reaches supply agreement with CNH Industrial

Raven Industries and CNH Industrial N.V. have established a new long-term agreement, strengthening the partnership between the two companies. This agreement will expand the use of Raven products and technology through the global dealer network for CNH Industrial brands Case IH and New Holland Agriculture.


Soybean response to gypsum is dependent on soil quality

Most soils in Michigan provide adequate amounts of calcium for soybean production and are not prone to the sort of structural instability that might call for high rates of gypsum application. However, some of Michigan’s coarse-textured soils with low potential for sulfur mineralization from organic matter may be at risk for sulfur deficiency that can limit soybean yields. Inadequate levels of available sulfur are not only directly detrimental to soybeans.


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