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Stressed crop demo displays strength of Alltech Crop Science

When faced with the challenge of quickly showing product efficacy to a new dealer, Alltech Crop Science (ACS) U.S.

Don’t let frost bite your crops this winter

Don’t let frost bite your crops this winter

Crops like grapes and peaches are among the most impacted by frost, which can lead to physiological stress and a reduction in plant development.

Watching plants grow: 5 tips for successful crop emergence

Watching plants grow: 5 tips for successful crop emergence

As growers look to the next season and plan their spring planting, they will be watching for the first signals of how their crops will succeed throughout the spring and summer and into harvest.

Corn harvest pops despite weather stress

Corn harvest pops despite weather stress

2017 was an extremely hot and dry year in Portugal, with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Fahrenheit above average and summer temperatures extending through the end of October.

Powering our planet: Affordable energy for the future

An interview with Ramez Naam The following is an edited transcript of our interview with Ramez Naam, co-chair for energy and environment at Singularity University.

Soil – Our silent ally in feeding the world

Did you know that 95 percent of the world's food comes from the soil?

Africa: A return to The Garden?

If, as the United Nations suggests, agribusiness is Africa’s best hope for e

Nature’s fury: Natural disasters and agriculture in 2017

Nature’s fury: Natural disasters and agriculture in 2017

Nature has menacing ways of reminding us who has the ultimate upper hand.

"Mycotoxins are really complicated to manage, and it takes a multi-faceted approach and several tools to address them." — Dr. Art Schaafsma on managing mycotoxins in corn and wheat.

From the field: Managing mycotoxins

It is hard to believe that it is that time of year again: The combines are rolling and farmers across Canada, where I am based, are starting to pack, or have just finished packing, their bunks and