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  • PhytoGen Cotton Development Specialist Scott Fuchs compares a plant with a new breeding trait for reniform nematode resistance with a nonresistant variety in a Texas reniform nematode trial. (Courtesy of Corteva)

    New Cotton Traits Hitting the Market

    New cotton trait varieties tackle insects, fight weeds and improve livestock feed.

  • (Jim Patrico)

    Upcoming Offerings from the Largest Seed and Trait Suppliers

    See what's coming from seed and trait providers.

  • Set individual goals to stay ahead of the curve. (Provided by Brevant and Corteva)

    High-Performance Results Start with Seed

    To find success in your fields, use high-performance seed, set farm goals, work with your local retailer, plan for future generations and manage what you can control.

  • (Selina Vaughan Studios)

    Seed Bags as Fashion Pieces

    Who says cloth seed bags are a thing of the past? Repurposed seed bags find new life as fashion pieces with practical uses.

  • The table shows Gro Intelligence's yield model results during the DTN Yield Tour, which ran Aug. 8-12. (Gro Intelligence)

    2022 Digital Yield Tour Results

    Corn and soybean fields falter as planting delays and summer drought diminish growing conditions.

  • (Matthew Wilde)

    Fine-Tune Planting Population

    Variable-rate seeding has the potential to improve yields and save money.

  • Onboard high-resolution cameras mounted on irrigation machines coupled with aerial imagery are giving irrigators early warnings of equipment malfunctions and anomalies in crop growth patterns. Paired with artificial intelligence, the system can identify pests and disease symptoms, and notify growers by text or email. (Courtesy of Valley Irrigation)

    Cameras Mounted on Irrigation Equipment Scout for Anomalies and Pests

    Span-mounted cameras complement aerial imagery and artificial intelligence to alert growers to anomalies in crop development.