Farm Tech

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Rice gene editing research cited as among world changing science

Research published by a University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture scientist has been recognized by an international publisher for its high...
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Seed destructor technology likely the next step in war on weeds

For decades, the fight against weeds in Arkansas agriculture —barnyard grass and palmer amaranth, in particular — has been an ongoing war of attri...
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Harvest is best time to evaluate fields for variety selection next season

At harvest, cotton growers learn how much yield-robbing diseases and pests impacted fiber production. This knowledge helps determine the best varietie...
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Machine learning, blockchain, data big and small mark Ag Tech/Law conference

Artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics are all powerful new technologies that are not only making changes in agriculture, but are also plowi...
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Syngenta receives approval for Vibrance Trio seed treatment for soybeans

Syngenta announced today the registration of Vibrance Trio seed treatment by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The premix of three fung...
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Site-specific technology aids nematode control when cotton fields turn to soybeans

Thousands of acres of soybeans in eastern Arkansas are under attack from a tiny pest against which they have little or no natural defenses, said John ...
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Parrot-Beaked Cotton Bolls

Several calls and pictures have came in this week regarding “parrot-beaked” cotton bolls.  There are a number of things that can result in parrot...
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Progeny Ag Products introduces two new wheat varieties for 2018 planting

Progeny Ag Products is proud to introduce two new wheat lines for planting this year, providing growers with locally-bred varieties that combine excel...
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Rohwer Field Day: Unraveling the mysteries of taproot decline; use of ag drones

Superb sleuthing among plant pathologists in three states helped track down the culprit whose symptoms included soybean seedling death, yellow leaves ...
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Education Remains a Pillar of the Enlist™ Weed Control System

Successful herbicide application requires not only controlling weeds but also controlling any potential impact on nearby crops or vegetation.   F...