Farm Tech

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Pioneer : Corn plant population research

DuPont Pioneer Research DuPont Pioneer has been conducting plant population studies with corn hybrids for over 3 decades. Pioneer has conducted plant ...
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Deltapine announces Class of 2018 cotton varieties

Marking the 10th year of the New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program, Deltapine® cotton announced today the addition of seven new varieties to its lineup...
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John Deere offers new advanced guidance and machine data for Generation 4 Displays

John Deere has introduced its latest advanced guidance and machine data sharing technology with the addition of three new AutoTrac™ applications and...
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Arkansas : Growers have additional herbicide incentives in 2018 through Roundup Ready Plus

In 2018, Arkansas growers will have a unique Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions platform, including additional herbicide incentives, to enab...
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Winter Wheat : Customized weed management sets stage for success

Develop a weed control program with maximum application flexibility to tackle winter and spring annual weeds in winter wheat.   “Timing continu...
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Aveo EZ Nematicide now available for soybean cyst nematode management

Valent U.S.A. LLC announced today the launch of new Aveo™ EZ Nematicide to help protect soybeans from yield loss caused by Soybean Cyst Nematod...
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Louisiana : LSU AgCenter researcher sees benefit in all parts of crawfish

An LSU AgCenter researcher is working on ways to add value to the Louisiana crawfish crop. Tail meat is the main reason farmers raise crawfish, but S...
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RiceTec releases product lineup for fall sales

RiceTec rice seed officially went on sale this week offering rice growers the opportunity to purchase the highest-yielding long grain rice seed on the...
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FiberMax and Stoneville cotton bring growers four high-performing new varieties for 2018

Cotton growers face many challenges in the field, but growers who plant FiberMax® and Stoneville® cotton seed varieties have a combination well suit...
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Arkansas : Turfgrass research could mean more winter golf playing days

Golfers who like to hit the links on warm winter days could see more playing time thanks to turfgrass research done by the University of Arkansas Syst...