LATEST NEWS FROM CROPS

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13:27PM Jan 23, 2020

New Soybean Pre-Emergent Herbicide Targets Pigweeds

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Joining the fight against these foes is FMC’s Authority Edge pre-plant, pre-emergent herbicide for use in soybeans, sunflowers and dry shelled peas.

09:53AM Jan 23, 2020

CropX Acquires Precision Irrigation Company CropMetrics

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

“Growers are dealing so many companies with very little coordination between the companies. The industry is going through a phase where we should expect to see some consolidations,” says John

Fendt Momentum Planter
05:24AM Jan 23, 2020

Perfect Planter? AGCO Uses Blank Canvas to Paint New Planter Design

AGCO unveiled its first ever Fendt branded planter for this week. With a new toolbar concept and packed with Precision Planting technology, the company says the planter could change the

14:12PM Jan 22, 2020

Kinze Launches New Planter Series to Provide Simplified Maintenance

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Planting season downtime steals yield and productivity, and maintenance can be costly—what would a machine with reduced wear parts and simple maintenance mean for your operation?

09:13AM Jan 22, 2020

What Planting Mistake in 2019 Cost Farmers $250 Per Acre?

Tyne Morgan
AgWeb Contributor

Certain planting decisions in 2019 were extremely costly. From planting date to planting depth, one agronomist says certain planting decisions can cost producers more than $200 per acre.

15:34PM Jan 21, 2020

Get a Head Start on the Long Road to Repairing Ruts, Gullies

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This past year, prevent plant acres soared to a new record of 20 million. What that number fails to account for are the acres that did get planted but maybe

08:03AM Jan 21, 2020

The Great Shame: Mississippi Delta 2019 Flood of Hell and High Water

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

In one of the most heavily ignored and needless catastrophes in recent U.S. history, 548,000 acres of the Mississippi Delta were silently swallowed in 2019 and submerged for five months.