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  • Sep 17, 2015
    press release
    Delta Farm Press

    How to prep your sprayer for winter storage

    As growers prepare to store their self-propelled sprayers for the winter they’ll need to do more than simply drive it into the barn, turn it off and close the door, said Mike Flatt, director of Business Process Improvement for Equipment Technologies, manufacturer of Apache-brand self-propelled sprayers. “If growers want that sprayer ready to hit the field as soon as they start it up next spring, they’ll need to prepare the machine for the long winter layoff,” Flatt said....More
  • Sep 16, 2015
    press release
    Delta Farm Press

    GeoShack to host first ag-focused Topcon
Technology Roadshow

    Topcon Positioning Group, along with its dealer GeoShack, announce the first ever Agriculture Topcon Technology Roadshow is coming to the Cleveland, Miss., area Sept. 22-23. The 53-foot traveling mobile solutions truck is outfitted with agricultural products and solutions from all the Topcon ag brands under one roof — Topcon, Digi-Star, NORAC, RDS Technology and Wachendorff Elektronik....More
  • Sep 15, 2015

    ‘Following the herd’ is helping keep cotton prices under wraps

    Conventional wisdom may need to go out the door when considering China's cotton reserve policies....More
  • Sep 15, 2015
    press release
    Delta Farm Press

    Monsanto Company and Albaugh reach licensing agreement for glyphosate

    Monsanto Company and Albaugh, LLC have entered into a royalty-bearing license agreement that allows Albaugh to make and sell specific glyphosate formulations in the United States, Canada and Europe. “For years, Albaugh has been a valued partner in providing crop protection choices that help farmers,” said Mike Frank, Monsanto’s vice president for commercial operations....More
  • Sep 10, 2015
    Delta Farm Press

    New Lygus trait could have unexpected benefits in cotton

    Researchers testing the new Lygus trait that could help protect cotton from tarnished plant bugs are seeing other possible benefits for the gene....More
  • Aug 28, 2015

    ‘Houston, we have a problem,’ and it's called pigweed

    Scattered pigweed in fields this year could become a major problem in Mid-South crops next season....More
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