Agricultural & Technology News

CropLife Retail Week: Bushel Moves, John Deere Strike, and Fun with Numbers!

Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss the latest acquisition by Bushel, a workers’ strike for John Deere, and a Fun with Numbers dealing with container ships. The post CropLife Retail Week: Bushel Moves, John Deere Strike, and Fun with Numbers! appeared first on CropLife.

Digital Engagement for Ag Retailers Focuses on the Basics

E-commerce continues to wane in importance as the digital customer experience drills into the blocking and tackling of core business information. The post Digital Engagement for Ag Retailers Focuses on the Basics appeared first on CropLife.

Greeneye Launches AI Precision Spraying Technology

Proprietary AI technology cuts herbicide usage by 78% on average while improving weed control efficacy compared to standard broadcast spraying. The post Greeneye Launches AI Precision Spraying Technology appeared first on CropLife.

NIFA Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) celebrates the achievements and contributions of the Hispanic community who are helping advance scientific innovation and creating the next generation of leaders in support of our Nation’s food and agricultural system.

Conservation Innovation Grant Creates Market Opportunity for Small Grains in Midwest

Thanks to the NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) program, a coalition of partners including Practical Farmers of Iowa (PFI) and Sustainable Food Lab are tackling water quality, soil health and greenhouse gas issues in the Midwest.

Improving Addiction Recovery Care for Virginians

For people suffering from addiction, the chances of recovery are oftentimes only as good as the care they receive. And for decades, the Boxwood Recovery Center in Culpeper, Virginia struggled to provide the high-quality care it was capable of, as it operated out of a deteriorating former roadside motel and restaurant.