Precision Ag News 5/11

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  • The Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (ESMC) and the United Sorghum Checkoff Program announce the launch of a pilot project in Western Kansas for sorghum farmers to generate high quality carbon, greenhouse gas, water quality and biodiversity credits in ESMC’s market program.
  • UPL and AgBiTech announce a strategic partnership to bring a range of sustainable biosolutions to crops in California, Arizona and Hawaii. Through the collaboration, UPL will distribute AgBiTech’s biosolutions through its Natural Plant Protection business unit, starting with two bioinsecticides this year.
  • Anuvia Plant Nutrients is hosting The Future of Fertilizer Tour in early summer 2022 to give farmers the opportunity to learn more about new SymTRX XP, the first in a series of products designed to improve crop nutrition by combining Anuvia’s proven bio-based technology with the advanced microbial technology from Novozymes.
  • 3Bar Biologics has partnered with AgBiome on innovative, non-spore forming bacterial strains to be evaluated in the LiveMicrobe technology platform. Through its GENESIS discovery platform, AgBiome has discovered multiple lead strains with encouraging trials showing fungal disease and nematode control against important pests for growers in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Set for June 13-16 at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa, the AgGateway Mid-Year Meeting will return to a fully in-person experience for the first time in two years. The event connects the companies, organizations, and professionals that are actively working to bring seamless digital connectivity to the agriculture industry.
  • Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, Meister Media Worldwide will hold the 2022 Tech Hub LIVE Conference & Expo in Indianapolis July 19-21 at the newly renovated Indiana Convention Center.
  • Ag tractor and combine unit sales in April 2022 declined for the second month in a row, owing largely to supply chain difficulties, according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. U.S. total farm tractor sales fell 22.3 percent for the month of April compared to 2021, while U.S. self-propelled combine sales for the month declined 5.6 percent to 459 units sold.
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