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  • Mar 8, 2013

    New Marvel herbicide, second annual Anthem contest from FMC

    FMC's Marvel herbicide for use on soybeans has recently been approved by the EPA. Paul Redhage, FMC, gives an update on the company's new crop protection product. FMC has also launched its second annual Anthem singing contest for students to enter for a chance to receive college scholarships. For more information, visit 2013 Anthem singing contest...More
  • Sep 26, 2012

    Who is the best singer of the National Anthem?

    Move over “The Voice.” FMC has found its own crop of young singers by hosting the “Anthem Singing Contest” to promote its new Anthem herbicide, EPA registration pending. FMC says it is investing in farming’s future by hosting the contest, open to active members of a nationally recognized agricultural-related club. Four finalists remain, and FMC needs you to determine which one you think should win the $25,000 college scholarships....More
  • Aug 31, 2012

    Handling herbicide carryover and fertilizer issues after drought

    The 2012 drought may cause some issues with herbicide carryover in the 2013 crop, according to Brent Wilson, technical services manager, DuPont Pioneer. In addition, growers will need to evaluate fertilizer applications....More
  • Jun 26, 2012

    Zidua herbicide for use on corn helps battle herbicide-resistant weeds

    Herbicide resistance has become a growing issue for farmers around the country. BASF recently announced it has received federal registration for its new Zidua herbicide for use in corn. Dan Westberg, BASF herbicide technical market manager, explained the benefits of Zidua earlier this year at Commodity Classic. For more information, visit

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