Chemical Data at Your Fingertips
Greenbook works directly with chemical manufacturers to convert product labeling documents into indexed and actionable data to give users the information they need to take action. Farmers, clients and third-party precision agriculture application partners can easily search more than 12,000 labels for pesticide data—the largest compilation of chemical reference data available. You can search the database by company, brand name, crop site, active ingredient, mode of action, crop, pest type, application rate and state registration.
Greenbook has been collecting, maintaining and disseminating plant protection data for more than 25 years. Registration is simple and free. To access the information, visit www.greenbook.net.
Share Your Yield Results
Take a virtual tour across farm country and see how corn and soybean yields are shaping up. Harvest map data is updated each weekday morning, plus the weekly USDA Crop Progress reports can be accessed as well. Submit your own harvest data and compare it with others in your state. Find the maps in the Harvest section on AgWeb.
Share your field progress with the hashtag #harvest16.
@BurgessHillFarm: It’s started, my friends. #harvest16 #AgChat
@robmakowsky: 2 combines, 3 generations; father, son, grandson. #harvest16
@Ray_ecks: Oh happy day! Ground still too wet to hold a combine, [forecast] doesn’t look very promising either. #harvest16
@Simsps_3: Done the wheat with not a minute to spare #harvest16 #rain16
@SoilWaterDoug: Check #harvest16 #soybeans fields—some fields have severe lodging.
PORKtober is around the corner, and the folks at Pork Network couldn’t be more excited. Traditionally, October was the time of year hogs went to market, but nowadays it’s a time to officially thank a hog farmer. During National Pork Month you can learn about the hog industry, producer safety tips and how to connect with consumers as well as enter contests and test your pork knowledge at www.PorkNetwork.com.