LATEST NEWS FROM Crop Protection

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14:11PM Aug 11, 2020

UPL Announces R&D OpenAg Center In North Carolina

Industry Press Release
AgWeb Contributor

The OpenAg Center consists of high-tech laboratories and a newly recruited team of seasoned, sought-after scientists able to quickly validate a wide range of technologies.

10:18AM Aug 04, 2020

Bayer Proposes $10 Billion Settlement For Three Chemical Lawsuits

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Pending approval and discussion, Roundup, dicamba and PCBs cases could settle

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13:22PM Jul 21, 2020

Illinois Shows Dramatic Decline in Dicamba Reports

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

Jean Payne discusses more on dicamba as well as the curveballs that COVID-19 threw ag retailers in The Scoop podcast.

07:15AM Jul 15, 2020

Exclusive: Helm To Introduce First New PPO Herbicide In A Decade

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

A non-selective herbicide for the preplant burndown and desiccation segments, Reviton will be one of the first new PPO herbicide to be introduced in the U.S. in more than a

16:16PM Jul 10, 2020

FMC Corporation Partners with Nutrien Ag Solutions to Deploy Arc

News Release
AgWeb Contributor

Nutrien Ag Solutions PCAs and scouts will be actively monitoring insect traps throughout the Salinas Valley while FMC Arc farm intelligence will visualize that data as detailed maps on a

10:22AM Jul 10, 2020

Pinpoint Placement of Inputs With The Planter

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

In 2020, the team at AMVAC, which is currently spearheading SIMPAS development, worked with five retailers to beta test the system in Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska.

06:00AM Jul 07, 2020

Rantizo Receives Swarm Application Approval, First Company To Do So

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

Paul Revere said, one if by land, two if by sea, but now startup Rantizo has received swarm approval for up to three. That’s three drones for aerial applications of