Shop Talk: October 2023
In Other No-Till News...
Syngenta opened its new 88-acre, 100,000-square foot Seeds Research & Development Innovation Center in Malta, Ill.
- The Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) is partnering with Farmers for Soil Health (FSH), a new program devoted to increasing the usage of cover crops on corn and soybean acres, and will provide increased technical assistance to farmers participating in FSH in Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota.
Precision Planting launched Clarity, a blockage and flow monitoring system aimed at helping growers get a better picture of exactly how much seed or dry fertilizer is flowing through the system on a row-by-row level.
- Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig toured Montag Manufacturing’s Emmetsburg, Iowa, facilities in August to learn more about how the company’s products are improving soil health and water quality in the region.
Wilbur-Ellis president and CEO John Buckley is assuming direct oversight of the company’s crop agriculture business, while maintaining his previous role as president and CEO.
Ecorobotix, a Swiss agtech and artificial intelligence (AI) software company, has announced the U.S. introduction of ARA, a system that scans the field and precision spot-sprays weeds.
Indigo Ag launched a new biological product to fight soybean cyst nematodes in the U.S. Biotrinsic Z15 is produced as a flowable powder formulation and is labeled for use on both corn and soybeans.
Nufarm’s Credit K6 herbicide, a potassium salt glyphosate, has been approved for Enlist One tank mix.
- Precision technology adoption rates topped 50% in the top row-crop producing…