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Farm of the FutureAs the growing season ramps up, unfortunately so does weed pressure.
Line on AgricultureKyle Strachila is a crop protection field sales representative for Bayer Crop Science in the Columbia Basin and Northern Columbia Plateau in Washington State.
California Ag TodayWeed resistance is a never-ending challenge for U.S. farmers. As more weeds become resistant to herbicides, there are a number of things farmers need to focus on when planning for weed control.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportResearchers at the University of Idaho, according to professor Alexander Karasev, are looking for ways improve and protect potatoes from necrotic viruses.
California Tree Nut Report
Farm of the FutureIn order to help farmers manage herbicide-resistant kochia and other weeds, Bayer Crop Science has developed Huskie FX.
California Ag TodayThere appears to be a new type of watergrass that is resistant to many of our commonly-used herbicides.
Farm of the FutureWeedOUT hopes to become a very important tool in the toolbox to fight resistant weeds like Palmer amaranth.
Southeast Regional Ag NewsUGA's Stanley Culpepper says pigweed and ryegrass are two of the most adaptable weeds that can develop this resistance.
Southeast Regional Ag NewsPalmer amaranth, or pigweed continues to adapt resistance to herbicides.
California Ag TodaySince the 1930s, UC Davis has had one of the leading strawberry breeding programs in the world.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe Produce Marketing Association 2019 Fresh Summit sees record turnout.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOregon State University researchers study the benefits of vitamins when growing potatoes.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportBayer Tech Services Rep Kevin Thorsness talks about the fungicide Luna Tranquility for potato growers.
Farm of the FutureHerbicide Resistance in Weeds
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOSU researchers find health benefits from hops, but beer lovers warned can't be derived from your favorite brew.