With today’s genetic weed-fighting seed technologies and new formulations of old active ingredients, there’s an almost bewildering array of parameters growers must follow to abide by label requirements and minimize risk of damaging their crops or those of others.
Before stepping into Plenty Inc.’s indoor farm on the banks of the San Francisco Bay, make sure you’re wearing pants and closed-toe shoes. Heels aren’t allowed. If you have long hair, you should probably tie it back. Read moreRead More »
The trailers of chemicals rolling onto Derek Schafer’s farm are drastically lighter. The eastern Washington producer shaved $70,000 off his herbicide bill in one year using WEEDit. Read moreRead More »