The National Corn Growers Association and FMC Agricultural Products are working together to provide a... Read more.
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Cartell, a division of Preferred Technologies Group, has introduced the solar-friendly GateMate (CP-3) self-contained Free... Read more.
Saf-T-Gard expanded its line of Mechani-Gard Mechanic’s Gloves with the MG-9850 Deerskin Leather Mechanic’s Gloves... Read more.
Growers and crop consultants can make decisions in the field using real-time information from the... Read more.
Syngenta released CruiserMaxx Potato Extreme insecticide/fungicide seed treatment. CruiserMaxx Potato Extreme, the foundation for a... Read more.
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During the 39th Annual CAPCA Conference, Bayer CropScience introduced Serenade Optimum fungicide and bactericide, its... Read more.
The last U.S. patent covering the original Roundup Ready soybean trait expires in 2015. As U.S. farmers... Read more.
The University of Florida has released three smart device apps of interest to those in the irrigation... Read more.
Yara North America, Inc., launched Yara CheckIT, a new smartphone app for visual identification of... Read more.
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