The Corps of Engineers on Wednesday released a list of projects that will
receive funding this year from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act
signed into law by President Joe Biden in November. Projects included Lock and
Dam 25 on the Mississippi River, an 83-year-old structure near Winfield,
C^Corps Rolls Out 2022 Spending Plan
AltEn's president in December attempted to sell hundreds of sacks of
biochar from treated seed even though tests showed elevated levels of
neonicotinoid pesticides. The buyer, a Kansas farmer, backed out after learning
about the contaminated biochar.
BAltEn Owner Tries to Sell Toxic Biochar
ThryvOn cotton from Bayer is fully approved in the U.S., but not in all
export markets. Recent studies indicate ThryvOn's Bt trait that targets thrips
and tarnished plant bugs is effective in managing the pests but doesn't provide
4^ThryvOn Cotton Set for Limited Launch
Retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the second week of January
2022 show most fertilizer prices continue to be higher. However, one
fertilizer, MAP, is actually slightly lower. This is the first time a
fertilizer has had a lower price since the first week of December 2020.
BDTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Precision Planting, a company known for developing smart products and
technology to make planters better, on Tuesday revealed projects focused on
improving the operation and data collection of sprayers during its annual
winter conference at the company's Tremont headquarters.
BPrecision Planting Unveils Sprayer Tech