See how CropLife America is using comedy to shed light on the importance of crop protection.
Learn how nitrogen uptake is related to plant growth stages.
Product may aid nutrient management, especially in California, where nitrate contamination of drinking water is an emerging issue.
While the bedrock fundamentals hold true, growers and researchers continue to tweak fertilizer programs.
The catch? There’s no univseral definition of “healthy soil.”
Use technology to give plants what they need, when they need it.
Local researchers provide nutrient recommendations for stressed out, greening-riddled groves.
Dennis Wedgworth receives accolades during Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association’s 86th annual meeting.
While a radish cover crop does trap nitrogen in the fall, it does not supply nitrogen to subsequent crops, a study published in Agronomy Journal Abstract shows.
Kemin Crop Technologies’ Valena primes soil for optimal plant growth.
These recently published studies shed light on how soil fertility affects yield, weed control, and soil matter.
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.