Dow AgroSciences

Corteva narrows offering to 5 regional corn, soybean brands

· May 10, 2018

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont has announced its new, focused multi-channel, multi-brand seed strategy for the U.S. Corteva Agriscience will go to market through five regional corn and soybean seed brands in the U.S., including Dairyland Seed, Hoegemeyer, NuTech, Seed Consultants, and Terral. Each will have a strengthened and expanded portfolio to serve the […]

Dow AgroScience coach leads Women Agribusiness workshop

· April 11, 2018

For those who are on the cusp of something bigger in their careers, or those who want to hone their leadership skills, Women in Agribusiness is bringing executive coach and business management consultant Kay Kuenker in to share her interactive “Transitioning to the Front Lines of Leadership” workshop. Kuenker, who is a 29-plus year veteran […]

Dow AgroSciences donates $10,000 to Feeding America

· April 5, 2018

At this year’s Commodity Classic, farmers showed they are committed to the 4R Nutrient Stewardship program practices — that’s the reason Dow AgroSciences was able to donate $10,000 to Feeding America. The donation was made possible thanks to farmer pledges made at this year’s Commodity Classic, Feb. 27 to March 1 in Anaheim, California. At […]

Dow AgroSciences to donate up to $10k at Commodity Classic

· February 23, 2018

Dow AgroSciences is serious about farmers committing to using the Fertilizer Institute’s 4R’s of nutrient management practices — so serious they are donating up to $10,000 at Commodity Classic to the official charity partner, Feeding America, based on the number of farmer commitments. The 4R’s of nutrient stewardship is a concept to apply the right […]

Dow AgroSciences launches season 2 Power To Do More

· December 6, 2017

After receiving an overwhelming response to the 2017 Power to Do More contest, Dow AgroSciences is thrilled to launch season two of the contest. Farmers can enter the contest by visiting PowerToDoMore.com and uploading a photo that represents the power of their farm now through Feb. 11, 2018, for a chance to win a trip […]

Effective weed control in winter wheat is all in the timing

· December 5, 2017

A weed control program needs maximum application flexibility to tackle winter and spring annual weeds in winter wheat. “Timing continues to be an important consideration in weed management,” says Dallas Peterson, Extension weed specialist, Kansas State University. “Properly timed weed control improves herbicide efficacy, protects yield and reduces future infestations.” These three tips from Peterson […]

Dow AgroSciences: Don’t let Palmer amaranth escape

· November 6, 2017

Whether the concern this year was Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, or giant ragweed, farmers can implement helpful practices to control herbicide-resistant weeds in the future. Mark Bernards, associate professor of agronomy at Western Illinois University says the two best ways to delay, or prevent, herbicide resistance is to apply herbicide mixtures that have active ingredients effective […]

Dow AgroSciences takes home top awards in ag

· October 31, 2017

Dow AgroSciences had a stellar year at the AGROW Awards with a record-setting number of finalists, a highly commended achievement designation, and several category winners. “Farmers, and ultimately consumers, are the winners as our innovative technology helps advance how food is sustainably produced around the globe,” said Scott Hutchins Global Leader, Research and Development. The […]

ADM brings Dow AgroSciences Enlist E3 soybeans to field

· October 11, 2017

U.S. farmers can get their hands on Enlist E3 soybeans for 2018 planting thanks to an agreement between Dow AgroSciences and ADM. The companies have announced a collaboration that features a comprehensive closed-loop system designed to provide growers access to Enlist E3 soybeans and deliver the soybeans and their resulting products to customers for use […]

Purdue, Dow AgroSciences soybean discovery a gamechanger

· September 15, 2017

Soybean farmers could save millions after a breakthrough discovery from a collaborative project between Purdue University and Dow AgroSciences. Researchers have discovered a novel soybean gene that provides resistance to a devastating and costly fungal disease. The team of Dow AgroSciences and Purdue researchers screened a wide variety of soybean genetic material using a number […]

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