Insect Insights Can Help Improve Yields

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Early detection and the right technologies help growers boost profit potential.

Farm Bureau Hails District Court's WOTUS Decision

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A federal district court ruling in Georgia late last week has effectively suspended the ‘Waters of the United States’ rule from taking effect in 11 more states that challenged its legality.

Vestaron Appoints Rath as CEO

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Anna Rath brings extensive commercial agricultural startup leadership experience to Vestaron as it prepares to launch Spear, its first family of insecticidal peptide products.

Agriculture Council of America Announces Board of Directors

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Planning for the 2019 National Ag Day began this month as the new Board of Directors held its annual summer meeting at John Deere Financial in Johnston, Iowa.

Submit Your Smart Irrigation Month Video

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Lights, camera, action! It’s time to let the cameras roll and share your thoughts about smart irrigation.

Women in Ag Address Industry Challenges in D.C.

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Every year, American Agri-Women hosts a Legislative Fly-In event to facilitate connection with legislators, agencies and other professionals in Washington D.C.

Four Steps to a Successful Summer Spray

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Pro and custom applicators understand that their methods play a big part in how successful and effective they are at making a crop chemical applications. So what is the right way to apply a pesticide or herbicide?

New Product: Amity 2250 Air Cart

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Amity introduces the 2250 Air Cart, a multi-use air cart engineered for use with air drills, planters, chisel plows and strip-till applicators.

Minn-Dak Behind on Beet Slicing

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Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative was supposed to have been done slicing sugar beets June 5, but is expected to continue through the end of the month—perhaps into July.

Helping Ag, Science Teachers Integrate Research into Curriculum

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iLEARN program connects high school teachers, university researchers

AFBF Adds New Economist to Team

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The American Farm Bureau Federation announces that Michael Nepveux has joined the organization as an economist in its public affairs department.

Early Cercospora Detected in Overwintered Michigan Beet Fields

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Scout for overwintered sugarbeets, which may serve as sources of early Cercospora inoculum for this year’s crop.

Variable Sugarbeet Crop in Red River Valley

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Sugarbeets in the southern part of the Red River Valley stretching into western Minnesota have some stand establishment problems, likely caused by the weather at planting.

Calendar: U.S. Biostimulants Summit 2018

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In Chicago, June 27-28