Archive for May, 2016
Companies, heed Cotton, Incorporated’s example. Their product is soft, but they have bolls of steel.
Bayer’s Jim Blome says innovation in ag is a must…
Bayer AG says it’s confident it can overcome Monsanto’s concerns about regulatory and financing risks….
The weather during our optimum planting period has not been real cooperative.
Ag lenders are promoting leasing as a way to help farmers get financially fit.
Southern States Cooperative launched a new three-tier precision ag program for growers in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.
Tips to Protect Yourself From Costly Losses
Scout slow emerging cotton to see if foliar sprays are needed to control thrips.
Bayer AG is exploring a potential bid for U.S. competitor Monsanto Co. in a deal that would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals…
With markets stuck in quicksand, keeping input costs as low as possible is crucial for many farming operations in 2016…