Just type in the phrase ‘2015 World Ag Expo’ in your Smartphone app store, download the program, and you’ll have the best technology at your fingertips to help create a more successful World Expo experience....More
The H.J. Baker Company has released Tiger XP, a new sulphur-bentonite fertilizer with a propriety activator which the company says provides farmers with a well-balanced nutrient replacement program.
The timely application of new TIGER XP can address early season soil sulphate deficiencies with more plant available sulphate during critical early growth stages. It offers higher sulphate levels throughout the entire growing season.
H.J. Baker says Tiger XP can help growers achieve a balanced soil fertility program to help improve yields....More
Bayer CropScience (Bayer) has announced that its Sivanto insecticide received registration from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and will be available for the 2015 growing season.
Sivanto precisely targets key damaging pests at multiple insect life stages and delivers the rapid knockdown of sucking pests while helping safeguard beneficial insects. This helps to prevent damage to plants and help minimize the spread of diseases from insect carriers....More
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved label expansion for the miticides Acramite 50WS and Acramite 4SC from Agriphar Crop Solutions (ACS) to include approved product use on more fruiting vegetables, pome fruit, and regional timothy forage and grass hay grown for horses.
Acramite 50WS and Acramite 4SC are now labeled for use in the fruiting vegetable group 8-10 including eggplant, ground cherry, okra, peppers, tomatoes, tomatillo, and more; plus in the pome fruit Group 11-10 including apples, pears, quince, and others....More
It’s a fact that pesticides are indeed toxic by design and deliberately released into the environment. But when used properly, both natural and synthetic pesticides protect people and their environment from pests – animal, plant, or microbial – that threaten human health and the balance of nature....More