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New Grass, Broadleaf Weed Control Option for Wheat Growers

Nov 01, 2022

Finding trusted weed control options in wheat production is difficult as well as time consuming. Growers have limited resources to perform their own trial work for every new product that comes to market, and weather patterns are ever changing. That’s why UPL has continued to evaluate new technologies and consistently improved existing technologies to better serve their grower customers. (Sponsored content)

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Improving yield and efficiency with year-round planning

Oct 12, 2022

Planning isn’t a one and done task—it’s a year-round opportunity to improve yield and efficiency. Everything that happens during the growing season informs how you can better tackle future seasons. When it comes to improving year-round planning, you need to see the big picture. Whether you’re determining which seed to plant, which inputs to use, or heading out for harvest, Taranis crop intelligence puts every field at your fingertips with precision insights. (Sponsored content)

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Crop intelligence backed by superior customer service.

Sep 01, 2022

When backed by the right team, integrating a new crop intelligence partner into your business is a quick and seamless process that should leave you feeling confident using your new insights. Taranis crop intelligence solutions put every field at your fingertips with leaf-level insights. But the Taranis experience goes far beyond data. Retailers who use Taranis are backed by a robust customer success team—giving you the confidence to use Taranis every day. (Sponsored content)

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Leaf-level Technology Can Help Identify Late Season Disease Pressures

Aug 09, 2022

You’ve done everything right by your growers so far this growing season. You’ve stopped disease pressures, controlled insect infestations, and fended off all sorts of challenges that could rob crop growth and yield. Now the finish line to this harvest season is starting to emerge. How can you keep your eye on the prize and help your growers to the finish line? (Sponsored content)

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CoBank Quarterly: Agricultural Supply Chains Are Still Broken

Jul 27, 2022

After more than two years, COVID-related supply chain complications are finally easing, and various metrics indicate improvements to supply chain performance both domestically and globally. However, those improvements have been modest and agricultural supply chains in particular remain broadly mired in dysfunction. (Sponsored content)

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Don’t let your fields stop working post-harvest

Jul 07, 2022

Summer is the best time to plan for fall – and not just harvest. A strategic plan for residue management is an investment in the next year’s crop yield, and it starts with managing your post-harvest residue, or crop trash. (Sponsored content)

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How Co-ops Can Lead the Way for DIY On-Farm Broadband

Jun 14, 2022

As American agriculture grapples with scarce labor and increasing costs, one solution could lie in precision agriculture applications that can maximize output while reducing costs. Crop and livestock producers have the opportunity to supercharge operational efficiency with advanced precision technologies such as data analytics, connected equipment, robotics and automation. (Sponsored content)

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CoBank Quarterly: Adapting to Another Global Crisis

May 20, 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine roiled global grain trade and contributed to unprecedented price volatility in wheat, corn and soybeans during Q1. Grain markets could remain volatile for two or more years due to disruptions in planting, harvesting, input application and transportation. (Sponsored content)

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2022 Year Ahead Report – Forces That Will Shape the U.S. Rural Economy

Jan 10, 2022

In 2022, the U.S. farm economy will continue to struggle with the ongoing supply chain issues and cost inflation pressures that burst to the fore in summer 2021. Strong commodity prices will be offset by increases in cost structure for nearly all crop production including row crops, fruits and vegetables and hay. However, a reduction in farm-level costs could be on the horizon for mid-2022, according to a comprehensive year-ahead outlook report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange. (Sponsored content)

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Weed Control Tips for 2022

Dec 20, 2021

As farmers head into the winter planning months, it’s important to reflect on what weeds were still present during harvest. This can help inform what did and didn’t work as they start putting together their weed control game plan for next year. To prepare for the upcoming growing season, Eric Scherder, Ph.D., U.S. Crop Protection commercial launch leader for Corteva Agriscience, has tips and recommendations on weed control for soybean farmers. (Sponsored content)

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