LATEST NEWS FROM Crop Protection

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10:43AM Nov 11, 2019

Propane Shortage Today Could Turn Into Anhydrous Shortage Tomorrow

A propane shortage is plaguing the Midwest, with some farmers forced to store their wet corn until spring, but now some are worried it could also mean a shortage of
16:31PM Nov 04, 2019

BASF’s xarvio Partners With Nutrien Ag Solutions, WinField United

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
The xarvio Scouting app provides a tool where farmers and retailers can detect in-field stresses by photo identification, which includes weeds and diseases.
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10:00AM Nov 04, 2019

More Farmers Go Online For Crop Inputs

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
If e-commerce adoption continues to increase, and if it matches the intentions of this survey’s respondents, 1 in 7 farmers will buy some of their crop inputs online. Are you
13:12PM Oct 30, 2019

What Do Chinese Tariffs Mean For Ag Retail?

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
Of the imported formulated products, 1/3 of herbicides, 1/3 of insecticides and about 5% of fungicides are sourced from China. For AIs, all imported glyphosate, 50% of dicamba, and 50%
13:40PM Oct 29, 2019

Sipcam Announces Two New Account Managers

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
Both with regional responsibilities in growing the SIpcam Agro business, Matthew Seibel and Zane Griffin have been added to the company’s account manager team.
12:51PM Oct 25, 2019

Nufarm Opens Future-Focused Formulation Plant

AgPro Staff
AgWeb Contributor
Nufarm’s relationship with U.S. ag retailers and farmers just got deeper with the grand opening of a $20 million, 104,500 square-foot formulation and packaging facility in Greenville, Miss.
16:44PM Oct 24, 2019

EPA Proposes "Clarifying" Updates To Application Exclusion Zone

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
The goal is to improve the long-term success of the agency’s Application Exclusion Zone (AEZ) requirements. The Agricultural Retailers Association supports these targeted revisions.