Dow AgroScience is ramping up outreach and education efforts to make sure cotton producers are ready for the introduction of the Enlist Weed Control System for cotton in 2016, pending regulatory approval.
Cotton growers are recognizing that using record keeping software to keep an eye on crucial data can translate to on-farm success.
A recent AgriLife Research study showed that growers who were not utilizing LEPA sprinkler systems in their irrigation program could be losing up to $100 per acre in yield.
As drought conditions in Texas linger, cotton research companies ramp up their efforts for water efficiency.
Researchers at Bayer CropScience say new advances are yielding results in the hunt for nematode tolerant genes.
Dow AgroSciences is more than tripling the number of field training locations this summer to demonstrate the Enlist Weed Control System and other company products.
CrescoAg and Raytheon are teaming up to develop a new generation of precision ag technologies and analytics.
Companies often wait more than a decade before seeing their new research ideas in the commercial market.
There’s an increasing buzz in the air as the number of potential commercial uses for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles continues to grow.