Success in agriculture industry leadership, stewarship, and advocacy starts from the ground up.
Technology newly available to specialty crop growers provides economic and environmental benefits.
Some are tweaking nutrition programs to focus on root health along with foliar applications.
St. Johns River Water Management District cost-share funding would support implementation of conservation-minded practices and technologies.
Local, family owned custom blend fertilizer company taking over assets and product distribution responsibilities.
App includes foliar application calculators and ability to save application data.
Rita Abi-Ghanem of Bio Huma Netics, a supplier of agricultural liquid fertilizers and specialty products, will serve on the committee’s Science Advisory Board.
We as an industry need to figure out ways to be engaged, to keep the discussions productive, and the solutions science-based.
Water quality regulations in many regions of California now require farmers to report the amount of nitrogen fertilizer they apply to their fields and the nitrate concentration of their irrigation water.
Partnership to all New England states enhanced access to full line of foliar plant nutrition and soil biological items.
The assessment will be designed to evaluate the risk that the use of raw manure as fertilizer on produce crops may pose for consumer health.
Greening has changed how growers approach fertilizer programs.
MicroTech Bloom (5-0-0) is newest addition to fertilizer, micronutrient company’s portfolio.
Verdanta N-Vita 9-4-3 fertilizer has a high nitrogen mix derived from organic sources.
Check out a sampling of the latest soil health enhancers.
There are benefits to be gained by taking care of what lies beneath.
Growers can download free app to help identify crop nutrient deficiencies.