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18 Sep, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
Brent Rendel couldn’t believe what he was seeing, so he double and tripled checked to make sure. In 2017, he thought he found two ringer soybean varieties, but the truth is he found one, sold by two seed companies. With 750 acres planted to the same…
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18 Sep, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
Each field is a beast all its own. Some fields are going to make more money than others. Through a collaboration with John Deere and Granular, farmers can track what fields are making money, and what fields might need to trim some fat to be…
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18 Sep, 2018 by Margy Eckelkamp
Available for order now and delivery by mid-2019, the John Deere DN495 G5 dry spinner spreader is a factory-installed option for the F44365 high-capacity nutrient applicator. “This adds versatility to the machine. This new dry spinner spreader…
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11 Sep, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
You know that frustrating moment when you’re scouting and find a weed but for the life of you can’t figure out what it is? Or have you seen lesions and just know it’s a disease, but can’t remember which one? BASF hopes to relieve those frustrating…
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11 Sep, 2018 by Chris Koger
In the wake of 2017’s Hurricane Irma, University of Florida agriculture economists have created a system to report disaster damage to crops faster. The university’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences food and resource economics department…