Agriculture Never Stops
We are hearing people say they feel as though the world is starting to move again as they crawl out of their homes to rediscover this post-pandemic world. These sentiments sometimes surprise those of us in agriculture because, well, we never stopped moving. Regardless of what’s going on globally, insects keep flying and crawling, diseases pressure our yields, and good land and livestock stewards implement practices that make the world a better place to live.
Regardless of what’s going on globally, insects keep flying and crawling, diseases pressure our yields, and good land and livestock stewards implement practices that make the world a better place to live.
It’s what you do. It’s what U.S. agriculture does. Every day.
To support your efforts to provide food, fiber and fuel for the world, Thrive aims to provide information to help you think through the challenges to your goal of economic and environmental sustainability. Toward that end, our latest articles in Thrive review planning for corn-on-corn production, considerations when choosing the crop protection product that provides the performance you need and updates on state involvement in national pesticide regulatory conversations. As we mark the 20th anniversary of AgriEdge®, our whole-farm management program, we look at the advantages and efficiencies digital technology delivers.
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