U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue indicated to reporters this week that he would like to see the industry work out …
Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Robb Fraley — a man who has seemingly been at the center of Monsanto’s PR campaign …
While stopping short of a ban, Tennessee sets stricter application parameters for the herbicide.
"Recent actions taken in Arkansas and Missouri to ban or restrict the use of dicamba herbicides, including BASF’s Engenia, deprive farmers of the one option that has proven effective in controlling this worrisome, yield-robbing issue."
CropLife America issued the following statement on July 10: Over the last couple weeks, both Missouri and Arkansas state governments …
"We sympathize with any farmers experiencing crop injury, but the decision to ban dicamba in Arkansas was premature since the causes of any crop injury have not been fully investigated."
Missouri, Arkansas take action to stop sale and use of dicamba following hundreds of drift complaints.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on Friday said he has decided to back the Arkansas State Plant Board’s proposal to ban dicamba in the state, as the “volume of complaints justify emergency action.”
When new technologies hit the market, there will always be a learning curve. The flood of drift complaints in Arkansas …
Monsanto’s Chief Technology Officer, Robb Fraley, issued a statement following the Arkansas State Plant Board’s proposal to ban dicamba, triggered by more than 200 drift complaints that had been made to the board.
"I just think a lot of guys didn’t really comprehend how bad it could be." --Bob Scott, Professor and Weed Scientist at the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service
Engenia is the only dicamba formulation labeled for use in Arkansas crops.
A deluge of complaints about drift prompted the proposal to place an emergency ban on dicamba.
Eleven BRANDT formulations approved for use with new dicamba and 2,4-D herbicides.
Upon registration by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the herbicide will be marketed as Tavium® plus VaporGrip® Technology (Tay-vee-um).
Monsanto announced it has received approval for certain glyphosate tank-mixes with XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology. The company recently listed …
“With this expansion, we could increase our dicamba output by more than 50%,” Markus Heldt says.
“The view is, ‘Oh, the millennials always look for the newest, best thing, but the older, experienced generation does not.’ And I think that’s a false view of things."
DuPont Crop Protection has received federal approval from the U.S. EPA for use of DuPont FeXapan herbicide plus VaporGrip Technology on Roundup …
The global tricyclazole market is predicted to play a vital role in the fungicide market, according to a market research …
Israel-based biological crop protection company Stockton Group (STK) has signed a commercialization and distribution agreement with Syngenta Australia, giving it …
Ukraine is interested in expanding the presence of its agricultural producers in the Chinese market, Ukraine’s State Service for Food …
Seeds and Traits
Monsanto Co. and ToolGen, Inc., a biotechnology company specializing in genome editing, have announced that the companies have reached a global …