Wyoming Sugarbeet Harvest Strong Despite Delays

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Wyoming Sugar’s 2021 crop should push 32 tons per acre and finish above 19 percent in sugar content.

Alberta’s Sugarbeet Harvest Looks Promising

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Growers say sugar content is lower than normal but yields look good after a summer that saw intense heat and little rain.

New Product: Trimble NAV-900 Guidance Controller & CenterPoint RTX Correction Service

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Trimble’s NAV-900 guidance controller is the most advanced GNSS receiver to date.

Consortium Launches New Online Water Data Platform

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As droughts intensify in the West, OpenET makes satellite-based data widely accessible to help 17 states develop more resilient water supplies.

Measuring Soil Health Easily and Reliably

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Carbon dioxide flush information found to be more reliable and useful indicator of soil health

Michigan Sugar Company Anticipates Record Crop

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Permanent piling gets underway Oct. 22; officials predicting a yield of 34 tons per acre

Hybrid Approach Opens Acceptance of Biologicals

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Regev from STK combines a biological active ingredient with a known synthetic product.

Ag Groups Object to EPA Chlorpyrifos Rule

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More than 80 agricultural groups filed formal objections last week to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Aug. 30 rule to revoke all tolerances of chlorpyrifos.

Ritchie Bros. Launches Self-Serve Equipment Listing Service

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RitchieList.com is a new, easy-to-use, listing and private transaction service from the used equipment market leaders.

Aquiline Drones Offers Ag Training Course

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Empowering drone operators to help farmers increase profits with smart farming technology

Winners of the Next Gen Fertilizer Innovations Challenge Announced

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The goal of the competition is to improve the efficiency of fertilizers to increase crop yields while reducing the impacts of fertilizers on the environment.

U.S., Mexican Ag Secretaries Issue Joint Statement

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“We share a commitment to keeping our markets open and transparent so that trade can continue to grow.”

Michigan to Launch Program to Keep Farming Disputes Out of Court

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Farmers’ disputes covered by this grant can range from contract issues, estate and probate complications, adverse determinations by the USDA, bankruptcy, and any other conflict they may face concerning their farm.

Heat-Afflicted Northwest Farmers Eligible for Federal Aid

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Pacific Northwest food producers stung by extreme heat will be eligible for disaster relief in a $10 billion package included in legislation now signed into law.

Michigan: Good Yields Expected

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Field crop yields are trending well in Michigan this year, according to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service.

New Product: Soil Technology Expansions from Locus AG

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Advancements to Rhizolizer and Pantego soil technologies provide tailored programs for row crops with more flexibility, lower input needs, higher performance and greater cost savings