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Put in some time during the winter to get your workhorses ready for spring.
FMC's purchase appears to clear a path for Dow and DuPont to finalize merger.
Scientists from around the world are meeting this week to discuss the ongoing issue of weeds that can outsmart controls.
The study also questions the long-held assumption that corn growers see a yield benefit from neonicotinoid seed treatments.
Seed companies and farmers agree: This spring was crazy, and the replant requests streaming in across the Midwest prove it.
The Propane Education and Research Council has partnered with three agricultural companies to develop new fuel-efficient grain drying technologies that could help farmers save money.
The equipment manufacturing industry supported 1.3 million jobs and contributed $159 billion to the Gross Domestic Production (GDP) of the U.S. in 2016, according to new report released by The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).
Recent state legislation wants to make embedded code available to farm equipment owners. Manufacturers are concerned about potential unintended consequences.
DTN Staff Reporter Russ Quinn looks at a report on safe implement hitching. The detailed report covers safe drawbar, three-point, power take-off (PTO), hydraulic and electrical connections.
National biofuel interest groups are pressing members of Congress to pass legislation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to change rules to allow the E15 market to expand.
A group of 23 United States senators asked President Donald Trump to take no action to change the point of obligation in the Renewable Fuel Standard.
An advanced biofuels plant in Louisiana plans to expand a renewable diesel plant.
Interseeding into knee-high corn allows cover-crop mixes more time to grow in the fall.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday moved to reverse a planned ban of the pesticide chemical chlorpyrifos.
Stripe rust, fungal leaf spot diseases and powdery mildew are all likely to thrive in the Great Plains this spring, given the forecast for plentiful moisture.
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