Corteva Selling 4 Herbicide Brands To Amvac Dec 23, 2019
American Vanguard Corporation, which operates Amvac Chemical Corporation, today announced the acquisition of four herbicide brands from Corteva Agriscience, including Classic. The product are complementary tank-mix partners for a variety […]
Podcasting from the 2019 Mississippi State University Row Crop Short Course, Angus Catchot and Darrin Dodds talk with Chris McClain from Corteva.
Today, Corteva Agriscience announced the launch of LANDVisor, a new integrated technology that allows ranchers and land managers to implement a customized solution for reaching land management goals. LANDVisor combines […]
Farmers have a range of choices when it comes to herbicide-tolerant soybean technology in 2020 — up to seven different traits. When selecting seed, remember that disease, insect tolerance and […]
Gene Editing Technology Continues to Develop – DTN Jul 12, 2019
Agribusinesses, trade groups and farmers are excited about the prospects of gene-editing technology, but a great deal of unknowns remain about regulations and consumer acceptance. Gene editing drew a lot […]
Scientists have found populations of European corn borer in Canada that are fully resistant to the Bt trait Cry1F, sold under the brand name Herculex I. So far, the discoveries […]
Six large firms dominated the sale of seeds and agricultural chemicals in 2015 in the United States and around the world: BASF, Bayer, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Monsanto, and Syngenta. Known […]
American Vanguard Corporation (AVC), which owns the Amvac brand and subsidiary, today announced the acquisition of the quizalofop (QPE) product line of herbicides from Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont. […]
The Carolinas’ wet 2018 growing season presented tobacco and sweet potato growers with many challenges. Among those was achieving control of a relatively new species of root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne enterolobii. […]
Dicamba: States Scramble to Get a Grip – DTN Nov 9, 2018
Indiana has decided to drop all state-led dicamba training, Illinois may have to certify thousands of applicators, and Arkansas is considering in-season dicamba use in 2019.