Here’s the latest in the AGCO series of Talking News Releases. Paul Haefner urges growers to consider how well sprayers will hold up to soybean rust applications before buying.
This announcement came in during the NAMA convention. Had to get past NAMA to post it:
Wine is made from grapes, the growing of which can be said to be agriculture, therefore, this is about agrimarketing.
I just saw this release about glow-in-the-dark wine labels and think it’s an interesting idea. It would add a nice visual aura to your wine cellar when the lights are out!
Here’s somebody who’s figured out how to use the internet to market himself. His name’s Jack Schultz and he’s the CEO of Agracel, Inc., which is an industrial development firm, specializing in the agurban market. To find out what an agurban market is you need to read his book, “BoomTown USA.”
Valent, MaxCel plant growth regulator receives new registration and they add to their PNW sales team.
I thought we’d be able to bring you information about yesterday’s CAFTA-DR press conference that included ag group representatives and Sec. of Ag Mike Johannes but we got too busy and weren’t on the call.
There’s a lot of good information flowing on the soybean rust situation and what growers can do about it. I doubt there’s any country in the world that has as good a support system as America’s farmers and ranchers.
We have the latest installment from the AGCO series of Talking News Releases. Troy Schroeder lets farmers know how to get ahead of soybean rust.
Here’s the latest from MFA INCORPORATED. They’re a Talking News Release client by the way and when you download the full release you’ll see what I mean.