US Wilbur-Ellis Partners With Guardian Agriculture To Bring Autonomous Aerial Applications

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Houston (ICIS)--US agricultural company Wilbur-Ellis Company has announced it has entered a partnership with Guardian Agriculture which will bring leading innovation in autonomous aerial applications to growers across the country.

Lethbridge College Potato Research Project Focused On Sustainability

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Traditionally, potato producers use the late fall – a time when their other crops require less attention – to prep their potato beds for the following spring. The long-established process has its benefits, but also creates concerns, including loss of soil

Lethbridge College, Southern Irrigation Partnership Grows Irrigation Research

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A growing research partnership between Lethbridge College and Southern Irrigation will provide valuable insight that could help producers maximize their crop production. The college and Southern Irrigation are studying the opportunities created by subsurf

Ceres Imaging Announces Integration Partnership With Probe Schedule

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Oakland, Calif. — Ceres Imaging, the precision farming analytics provider that helps farmers build more profitable and more sustainable operations, announced a new partnership with Probe Schedule, a leading irrigation management company and subsidiary of

Biotalys, Novozymes Enter Into Partnership To Expand Opportunities For Evoca

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Ghent, Belguim, Copenhagen, Denmark – Biotalys (Euronext - BTLS), an Agricultural Technology (AgTech) company protecting crops and food with protein-based biocontrol solutions, and Novozymes, a world leader in biotech solutions, announced that the compani

Potato Growers Face Knockdown Punch From Psyllids

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When entomologist Andy Jensen visits with potato growers about insects and diseases that can cause significant damage to their crops, he focuses on essential information to help them avoid trouble in the field.

Long-Term Agroecological Research Showcases New Innovations For Resilient Agriculture

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Many may not be aware that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Long-Term Agroecological Research (LTAR) network, managed by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), works to address a range of regional and national agricultural challenges

Stratovation Group, Agricultural Retailers Association, The Fertilizer Institute, DCLRS Team Up On “Farmer-centric” Research on Biologicals

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Columbus, Oh. (AgPR) – “Biologicals: Farmer Value, Perception and Potential,” a comprehensive market research effort focused on understanding farmer opinions on the current use, issues and potential for biologicals at field-level was launched today by Str

UW-Madison Agricultural Research Station Field Days For 2022 Season

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Summer is field day season at the UW–Madison CALS Agricultural Research Stations. Over the course of the growing season, the stations will host more than a dozen public events to share research updates and educational information with agricultural profess

American Agri-Women Supports Policies to Increase Domestic Energy And Food Supplies

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Washington, D.C. (AgPR) – American Agri-Women (AAW) applauds recent efforts in Congress to use all our resources for food and energy independence.

Syngenta Group Announces Leadership Transition

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Syngenta Group announced succession plans for its leadership team. Jeff Rowe, currently President, Global Seeds, will take over the leadership of Syngenta Crop Protection, effective July 1, 2022. His former role will be assumed by Justin Wolfe, currently

Syngenta Seedcare Launches VICTRATO, A Novel Seed Treatment That Targets Damaging Nematodes, Diseases In Many Crops

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Basel, Switzerland – Syngenta Crop Protection’s Seedcare business has unveiled VICTRATO, a novel technology with a powerful combination of nematode and disease control for growers looking to increase the quality and yield of their crops and support the lo

Mondelez To Reopen War-Damaged Potato-Chip Plant Outside Kyiv

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Mondelez plans to reopen a potato-chip plant on the outskirts of Kyiv next week which was closed following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a spokeswoman said.

BASF Agricultural Solutions North America Donates $50,000 To The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund’s Seed A Legacy Program

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Research Triangle Park, NC, — BASF Agricultural Solutions North America announced it will donate $50,000 to The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund’s Seed A Legacy pollinator habitat program. The donation is part of BASF’s annual Living Acres #MonarchChallenge i

New U Of I Potato Storage Researcher Aims To Minimize Post-Harvest Losses

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Moscow, Idaho — Gustavo Teixeira knows the best way to supply more food to a growing population is by wasting less of it.

Calculating Growing Degree Days

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Snow, hail, rain, sunshine and wind appear to be interchangeable within a given day this past week. We welcome the moisture, but overlay these conditions with prolonged cold temperatures and potatoes already planted are sitting in the ground waiting for w