“President Donald Trump’s No. 1 priority for agriculture is international trade, followed by a “reliable, affordable workforce,” Ray Starling, special assistant to the president for agriculture.
In a raging sea of dicamba-drift complaints, some soybean and cotton growers managed to stay the course and find success with the new formulations in 2017. Read moreRead More »
Prairie Farmer reports: It’s been 30 years since the last new class of herbicides, HPPD inhibitors, launched, says Rex Liebl, herbicide global product development manager for BASF. Many of today’s “new” chemistries are really old chemistries, such as 2,4-D and dicamba, now paired with tolerant traits. So where’s all the[…]Read More »