• Aug 31, 2015

    A day in the field with Syngenta's Gary Prescher

    Last week, Syngenta invited Farm Industry News to a test site in Morgan, Minnesota, to showcase some of the company’s newest seed, seed treatments, and pesticide products in the field.   The Morgan, MN, location is one of more than 30 test sites scattered throughout the Midwest that are part of the company’s Grow More Experience Sites. Each site consists of small sections of land that are devoted to different products used on crops....More
  • Aug 24, 2015

    Crop measurement or modeling: which is better?

    A lot has been in the press in the past few years about crop modeling. Using algorithms to define outcomes based on millions of data points from weather, soil, yield history and other factors that play into farming. But with all that predicting, there is bound to be some error. That’s where the importance of measurement comes in—to give you an accurate picture of what is actually happening in your field....More
  • Jul 15, 2015

    One small gene change makes a difference

    The power of genetic science continues to grow and researchers answer some interesting questions - like why is corn, well, corn? New research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has found out an interesting answer to that question....More
  • Jul 8, 2015

    Crop science and technology continues to grow

    Researchers are exploring a wide range of new technologies to boost productivity, overcome climate challenges....More

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