• This agronomic image shows peppers on the left treated with Orondis Gold compared to untreated on the right.

    Spring Showers Bring May Fungus?

    Peppers treated with Orondis Gold (left), Peppers untreated (right)

    Spring showers may bring May flowers, but this growing season is off to a soggy start. Weekly bulletins from the USDA …

  • This agronomic image shows frozen soybean fields in the Midwest.

    Finalize Your Soybean Weed Management Plan While Ramping up for Planting

    Cold temperatures in the Midwest cause planting delays.

    Following up on our earlier post, here are some late-planting tips – specific to weed control – for you to review while waiting …

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