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Farmer Welcomes Sesame Street to Promote Agriculture

When Sesame Street knocked, Casey Cox threw open the door on her Georgia farm and grabbed an opportunity to take U.S. agriculture to a new audience.

Five Topics to Watch in Sustainable Ag

Farm Journal's John Herath and former USDA Undersecretary Bill Northey recently joined Field Work podcast hosts Mitchell Hora and Zach Johnson for the premiere of the pod’s third season.

Verdesian Launches Trident Nitrogen Stabilizer

The company says this product is built with its patent-pending combination of a co-polymer and solvent blend with time-tested active ingredients NBPT and DCD.

8 Planter Prep Tips for Spring

Don’t let the excitement of getting in the field this spring provoke planting mistakes.

Applegate and Williams are strong leaders with records of successfully guiding teams through change and
transformation, said Brett Begemann, Chief Operating Officer, Bayer Crop Science.
Bayer Names New Leads of Crop Science North America and The Climate Corporation

Dr. Jacqueline Applegate and Dr. Jeremy Williams to Accelerate Growth and Digital Convergence

“Farmers are bombarded with all kinds of new software products,” says Chad Swindoll, “but farmers in the real world are underwhelmed with the actual results—and underwhelmed is an understatement.”
Buyer’s Remorse: Gap between Ag Data Market and What’s Needed in Rows?

The shine of a new digital product often dulls quickly in the rows, and many farmers believe there is a gap between what is offered in the ag data market and what is needed in the rows.

Corteva Agriscience
Final Curtain for FeXapan, Illinois Details 3 Additional Application Parameters

Corteva Agriscience has announced its "business decision" to discontinue sales of FeXapan herbicide in the U.S. and Canada.

Ferrie: Don’t Delay Sending Seed Corn, Soybeans to Labs for Testing

Here's a look at what you can learn from the various tests available and why you need to submit samples now.