According to a 2022 study conducted by Pioneer Field Agronomists Nate LeVan and Troy Deutmeyer, and Pioneer Agronomy Manager Dan Berning, a healthy leaf canopy plays a critical role in both stalk integrity and final yields. Loss of healthy...
Source: LEMKEN news release The family-owned company LEMKEN and the South African company Equalizer have reached an acquisition agreement. As a result, the German agricultural machinery specialist will be significantly expanding its product portfolio in seeding technology. With a focus...
Source: Intelinair news release Intelinair announced the addition of several new features to its AGMRI flagship platform for 2023. These features will help Intelinair continue to deliver enhanced crop health imagery and analytics that more efficiently manage farmer and ag...
Source: Purdue University Every four years, the Purdue University Center for Food and Agricultural Business conducts the Large Commercial Producer (LCP) survey, which collects data from approximately 2,000 farmers across the U.S. Below, Dr. Luciano Castro discusses how this survey has consistently shown farmers behave differently...
Source: Canola Council of Canada All canola should be conditioned immediately after combining to cool it down, provide for consistent temperature throughout the bin and remove any moisture released through natural seed respiration that occurs in the first hours to weeks after harvest. After that,...
Source: Canadian Grain Commission It is important to monitor grain temperature and to keep stored grain cool and dry by regular aeration or by turning it. High moisture and warm temperatures in grain allow for the rapid growth of insects, fungi...
Source: Oerth Bio news release Bayer and the agricultural biotech company Oerth Bio today announced a new collaboration seeking to develop the next generation of more sustainable crop protection products. The unique protein degradation technology used by Oerth Bio has...
Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Manitoba's crop insurance coverage is expected to increase for the upcoming crop year, Canada's Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau and Manitoba Agriculture Minister Derek Johnson announced today. The ministers released details indicating that 2023...
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