Growers can help manage and control the spread of weeds by applying overlapping residual herbicides and utilizing new trait and herbicide technologies.
Regarding new dicamba technologies, growers need to keep in mind new formulations, minimizing volatility, reducing drift, and regulations.
The EPA has developed requirements for new pesticide trait technologies to help ag retailers and growers have more success in the upcoming season.
3 challenges growers face is shrinking profit margins, determining what crops to grow next season and new herbicide and trait technologies.
With today’s prices, implementing sound crop protection strategies and producing the best possible yield is essential to a grower’s success. Rick Ekins with FMC talks about their Zone of Production™ crop protection portfolio.
One way growers can help their profitability is to maximize their production practices to increase yield and have more crop to sell.
Biologicals offer alternative modes and mechanisms of action to protect plants from pests and pathogens as well as boost outputs.
Retailers and growers need to be prepared for the changes that will be required for successfully implementing new herbicide and trait technologies.
Agricultural companies like FMC are working to help farmers be sustainable and profitable, through technology and improved crop protection products.
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