Virtual Tractor Parade to Continue Tradition

Articles, Event Calendar

The 2020 California Antique Farm Equipment Show has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, but organizers will continue one of the most beloved show features, the tractor parade, through virtual means.

Anuvia Names Renninger CFO


Anuvia Plant Nutrients announces that Kyle Renninger is joining the company as its chief financial officer.

Howdy, Partner

Articles, Herbicide

Determining the best tank-mix partners for effective weed control

Herbicide Buyers’ Guide

Herbicide, New Products

These days, weeds are smarter than ever, always finding new ways to fight back. With the help of the products in our buyers’ guide, you can keep those pesky plant pests at bay.

Between the Rows: Fifty Shades of Brown

Between the Rows

Farm country is as colorful a place as you’ll ever see.

Syngenta Accepting Entries for #RootedinAg Contest


Participants must submit entries by June 30.

Spreading Their Wings

Articles, Grower of the Month

For young producers, leaving the farm for school or work and eventually returning has its benefits.

Livestock, Specialty Crop Growers Look to CARES Act Relief


U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., conducted an online agricultural roundtable with two top USDA officials on April 4 to hear from several farm organization and commodity specific concerns involving the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) A

Diverting Supply from Foodservice to Retail during the Coronavirus Crisis


An update from the North American RaboResearch team focuses on how the processing and distribution segments of the food supply chain are responding to the dislocation in food demand.

Agri-Service Receives Dealer Excellence Award

Articles, Potato Equipment

Twin Falls, Idaho-based Agri-Service was recently recognized by AGCO Corporation for achieving a five-star rating in its 2019 Dealer Excellence Program, AGCO’s annual dealer evaluation review.

First Glimpse of Idaho Farmers' 2020 Planting Intentions


The coronavirus outbreak has not slowed Idaho farmers' plans to produce food this year.

Anuvia Names Byrum Director of Government Affairs


Anuvia Plant Nutrients announces that Jim Byrum is joining the company as director of government affairs. In his new position, Byrum will be responsible for interacting with policy leaders within government and NGOs about Anuvia and the opportunities pres

NPC Urges SBA to Include Ag Businesses in Disaster Loan Program


The National Potato Council joined 30 agriculture organizations and businesses yesterday calling on the U.S. Small Business Administration to include agricultural businesses in the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.

Options for Controlling Volunteer Potatoes


Volunteer potatoes can be hard to manage. Here are a few options for control and daughter tuber suppression.

New Product: Reinke SAC VRI

Articles, Irrigation, New Products

Prescriptions are easy to create, eliminating time and expense for growers.

Ag World Still Planning on Hosting Golf Classic

Event Calendar

The 7th Annual Ag World Golf Classic is still scheduled to take place June 2 in Kennewick, Wash., and June 4 in Moses Lake, Wash.