Southern Crop

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Watch for Biological Use to Continue to Grow

Biologicals—whether seed treatment or in-furrow—continue to thrive and gain investment dollars in agriculture. As this technology comes to the forefront farmers need to understand where the industry is now and what to expect in the future.

 

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