Growers can help manage and control the spread of weeds by applying overlapping residual herbicides and utilizing new trait and herbicide technologies.
Four things growers can do to help ensure a better ROI is smart seed selection, impactful fertility decisions and effective weed control by using adjuvants.
Growers can increase profitability with smart input decisions that increase efficiency and ensure a high-quality crop and increased yield.
Two tips for growers when planting early is to use effective nutrient management practices and apply in-furrow application.
The biggest issue growers face is the compressed planting timeframe, and manufacturing companies have started to provide solutions for this issue.
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.
When selecting soybean seed, the first factor to take into account is the maturity rating of the soybean you’re selecting.
Growers can increase plant health and yield by planting earlier in the spring with in-furrow application and applying nutrient management technologies.
Retailers and growers need to be prepared for the changes that will be required for successfully implementing new herbicide and trait technologies.
Because fusarium damage in soybeans is common, there are a myriad of myths on how to prevent damage.