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Alltech Crop Science expands product line in Canada

Alltech Crop Science, the agronomic division of Alltech, is proud to announce the addition of three new products to its Canadian line. Natures Basics®, Liqui-Plex® Cu and Liqui-Plex® Zn join the company’s other offerings, which include…

Dr. Atila Mogor: Biostimulants: The quiet agronomic revolutionizer

Are biostimulants the key to the next Green Revolution? The sustainable method has the potential to promote nutrient absorption, climate tolerance and disease resistance in crops, so what stands in the way? Dr. Atila Mogo has dedicated his…

Calcium: An important macronutrient for citrus plant development

Find out how calcium impacts structural and physiological function in citrus plants.

USDA Under Secretary Bill Northey: The farmer's partner

How does the United States Department of Agriculture become a better partner for farmers? Bill Northey, the under secretary of agriculture, says his mission is clear. In this podcast, he discusses how his agency aims to become a more…

The Grain Escape

The Grain Escape: Alltech Crop Science’s contest offers a chance to win a crop tour of Brazil

Brazil’s varied landscape is also home to an extensive number of crops, ranging from corn and soy to coffee, cashew and fruits native to the country, like jabuticabas. Alltech Crop Science is offering one lucky farmer and a guest the…

Lush lawn: 4 steps to improve your lawn’s vigor

As temperatures get warmer, our thoughts quickly turn to spending time outside, walking barefoot on the grass and enjoying lazy days on lawn chairs, sipping lemonade. Those daydreams are always colored by perfectly green grass. How can…

What are the implications of blockchain technology for food and agriculture?

Why is blockchain creating such excitement in agriculture? Aidan Connolly, chief innovation officer at Alltech, explains the technology and what supply chain transparency means for an industry traditionally reliant on confidentiality.

Crisis in Cape Town: How farmers cope with critical water shortage

Cape Town, South Africa, may soon become the first major city in the world to run out of water. As the clock ticks down in the drought-stricken region, how is agriculture being effected? Robbie Walker is the South African-born CEO of…

Soil health provides the groundwork for increased profitability in Spain

The vast number of greenhouse acres in AlmerÍa enables agriculture to remain one of the fundamental pillars of the province’s economy. The importance of healthy soil to maintain the viability of a greenhouse is evident in the care that…

Silage uncovered: An insider's guide to forage management

Up to 60 percent of the average farm’s expenses are feed-related. From mold and safety to heating and plastic, several factors can prove costly to farmers. Derek Wawack, a forage specialist with Alltech, explains what he looks for when…