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  • Apr 17, 2012

    Monsanto pushing drift reduction as part of new Xtend launch

    Monsanto is gearing up for the launch of its new Roundup Ready Genuity Xtend trait, which will include tolerance to its Roundup and dicamba herbicides. As part of the launch campaign, Monsanto is urging farmers to take additional steps to prevent problems with drift, not only for Xtend but for other herbicides. Joe Sandbrink talked about those efforts in an interview at the Monsanto booth at Commodity Classic. Produced by Forrest Laws  ...More
  • Mar 13, 2012

    Nozzle selection key to successful spraying for weed control

    Bob Wolf of Wolf Consulting demonstrates the importance of nozzle selection on sprayers in the Roundup Ready section of the Monstanto booth at Commodity Classic 2012. The nozzles control the spray for optimal weed control....More
  • Sep 15, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    New Case IH Patriot self-propelled sprayer

    The new Case IH Patriot 4430 sprayer features 325 hp, which is 12% more horsepower than its predecessor had. Mark Burns, Case IH marketing manager, explains other features of the new sprayer, including the new Tier 4-compliant, fuel-efficient engine....More
  • May 16, 2011

    Farm Industry News editor lost in Tier 4 farm engine acronyms

    Tier 4 engine jargon includes a number of acronyms spoken by Cummins engine expert Jim Branner, Jr., to Farm Industry News Senior Editor Jodie Wehrspann during the 2011 Agricultural Machinery Conference....More
  • May 13, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    Cummins discloses final Tier 4 solution for farm engines

    Cummins is the first engine manufacturer to announce its solution for meeting the final Tier 4 engine emission standards in agricultural equipment. Jim Branner, Jr., from the company explains the solution....More
  • Mar 15, 2011

    5 trends in farm sprayers

    New sprayer sales are stronger than ever this year. In response, most of the major manufacturers have launched new models for 2011. (See April issue of Farm Industry News.) We interviewed AGCO, Case IH, Equipment Technologies, GVM, Hagie, John Deere, New Holland, Miller St. Nazianz and Versatile to find out the latest trends in this market. Here are five:...More
  • Feb 23, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    NFMS: Exhibitors discuss agricultural business trends for 2011

    Company reps discuss tillage, fertilizer application and other trends they've observed while showing their newest products at the 2011 National Farm Machinery Show....More
  • Nov 3, 2010

    14 tips to tune up your self-propelled sprayer

    The off season is the perfect time to prep your self-propelled sprayer for spring application of farm chemicals and fertilizer. “The window for spring application is already narrow, so the first opportunity to get in the field shouldn’t be jeopardized by equipment downtime,” says Arnie Sinclair, AGCO Application Equipment national accounts manager. “A little off-season maintenance now, rather than in the spring is worth the investment of time.”...More
  • Oct 27, 2010

    New Holland introduces two Guardian self-propelled sprayers

    New Holland has entered the self-propelled slrayer market with two new sprayer lines manufactured by miller-St. Nazianz. Todd Summach of New Holland explains features of the two new sprayers with rear and front booms....More
  • Oct 12, 2010

    New adjustable axles, fill station on Apache sprayers

     Growers may purchase an Apache sprayer with either a fixed or adjustable axle. Equipment Technologies also changed the fill station. Presented by Paul Nielsen.  ...More
  • Oct 6, 2010

    New Apache self-propelled sprayers

    Equipment Technologies introduces three new Apache sprayers, which are designed for the commercial farmer. Presented by Paul Nielsen....More

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