Smart growers know it starts with the right seed. And that diseases can sneak up and ruin a season’s worth of work. Our two experts weigh in on what to know.
Sharp insights, smart thinking and crystal-ball prognosticating from a grain market analyst and a meteorologist on what might happen in 2019.
North Dakota barley grower Gary Beck and Pat Hayes, Professor at Oregon State, discuss how this ancient grain is evolving with new traits and growing practices.
Almond grower Christine Gemperle and Leigh Ann Harrison of BASF come out of their shells and talk about the 2.27 billion lb. almond crop in California.
Big news in the ag business as Paul Rea, Senior Vice President of Agricultural Solutions at BASF, updates us on BASF’s acquisition of some assets from Bayer.
Kasia Duellman of the University of Idaho and Curtis Rainbolt of BASF talk about the leading vegetable crop in the U.S., the humble, yet complex potato.
Plant Pathology Professor Dr. Bob Kemerait and John Schultz of BASF discuss the disease that can cause big trouble in a hurry, and what you can do about it.
A cotton grower in Texas and a soybean grower in Minnesota weigh in on how Engenia herbicide worked for them last year, and how they plan to use it this year.
Chad Asmus, BASF Technical Marketing Manager, and Jeff Spencer, BASF Digital Farming Group Development Lead, give us the scoop on Engenia herbicide stewardship.