Help Soybeans Punch Out of Cool, Wet Soil

Low seed germination scores have been a topic of discussion this spring, especially concerning soybeans following the late, wet harvest of 2018...

Customer First Approach – Making Business Easy

I have been involved with marketing crop production and seed treatment products to seed dealers and retailers for more than 25 years...

Nematodes In Corn May Be More Prevalent than you Think

Nematodes are both natural soil residents that contribute to healthy, productive soils and parasitic, free-living organisms that feed on living material. About 25 to...

Spring Wheat Is More Than Poverty Grass

It is in years like this with low commodity prices that some farmers give wheat the dubious title of “poverty grass” because it is...

How We Integrate Safety Culture Into Our Entire Community

Our top priority is zero safety incidents for all our colleagues. We want everyone in the Nufarm family to go home safely every day....

Is There Any Way to Deal with Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybeans?

Sudden death syndrome (SDS) in soybeans is a tough critter to control. Getting a handle on this disease takes a full management approach. SDS occurs...

Choose the Right Growth Enhancer for Maximum ROI

There is an onslaught of growth enhancement products on the market today that would make any product manager’s head explode. Profitability should be top...

Registered Premixes Simplify Customized Seed Treatment

One challenge of distributing seed-applied pesticides is having a strategy to deliver products that meet the market’s desire for customized, prescriptive solutions without being...

You Don’t Need Flood Insurance If You Live on a Hill

Deciding whether or not to apply seed treatment to cover crop seed is no different from deciding to treat any seed. In every situation,...

Managing Dual-purpose Wheat: A Crop Planted “Out of Season”

Cattle ranchers in the Texas-Oklahoma region intentionally set themselves up for a management challenge when they plant dual-purpose wheat for both grazing and grain....

Showing Urban Students That Ag is More Than Tractors and Cows

What big-city urban high school students (and their parents) know about agriculture comes mostly from the news and social media, often with a derisive...

Limited Seed Treatment Tools Increase Importance of Stewardship

The modern crop-chemical registration process limits the number of available seed treatment tools and makes stewardship of existing tools even more important. The increasing cost...

How to Use Biological Seed Treatments to Help Manage Pest Resistance

Like death and taxes, pesticide resistance is inevitable. Sooner or later, pests will develop insensitivity or resistance to chemical pesticides. The aim of pest...

Do No Harm, Protect Your Seed’s Genetics

Seed varieties and hybrids that produce astounding yields have all their genetic yield potential the day they are sown. Growers achieve record-breaking yields by...

Polymers: More than Just a Surface Dressing

Polymers come from a wide class of chemistries, from sugars and waxes to synthetics and oil. While they are designed to hold active ingredients...

Seed Coating Enhances Nitrogen Assimilation

Key to any growth enhancer applied as a seed treatment is that it impacts plant metabolism at a very basic level. Farmers are very...

Seed Treatments – More Than a Pretty Face

Seed treatments are more than simply insecticides and fungicides. They include sundry items like colorants, polymers, and biological enhancements and are more than just...

Working with Like-Minded People

In the global market, Nufarm has been an independent player in the seed treatment business for more than 40 years. In the past 10...

Providing Products and Services with No Strings Attached

Have you ever left a car dealership feeling frustrated because the sales representative tried to sell you something that wasn’t the best fit for...