Announcing the resumption of full availability of DuPont™ Vydate® brand insecticide/nematicide products for use during the 2018 growing season and the establishment of a new product distribution supply chain and retail network.
The Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™ today announced the name of the intended company once it is spun-off, which is expected to happen by June 1, 2019.
DuPont Crop Protection received federal registration of EverpreX™, a new soybean herbicide that can be applied preemergence or postemergence to control resistant weeds.
DuPont has agreed to acquire San Francisco-based Granular, Inc., a leading provider of software and analytics tools that help farms improve efficiency, profitability and sustainability.
DuPont announces acre solution to boost soybean yield, including FeXapan™ herbicide for Xtend® crops, Lumisena™ seed treatment and Pioneer® brand A-Series soybeans.
DuPont and Syngenta have announced a joint patent for herbicide development that could lead to introduction of a new chemistry class for weed management in 2023.
DuPont has received EPA registration approval for Lumisena™ fungicide seed treatment to improve crop establishment and stand uniformity by controlling Phytophthora in soybeans and downy mildew in sunflower crops.
DuPont and Monsanto have signed a multi-year dicamba supply agreement for the U.S. and Canada, supporting DuPont commitment to the Roundup Ready® Xtend crop system.
DuPont plans to add DuPont™ Lumisena™ fungicide seed treatment to the Lumigen™ seed sense portfolio for improved crop establishment and stand uniformity through Phytophthora control in soybeans and best-in-class downy mildew control for sunflower crops.
EPA sets tolerances for herbicides used with sorghum carrying the Inzen™ herbicide-tolerance trait to improve grass weed control.
Grower survey shows there’s room for improvement in programs to manage herbicide-resistant weeds.
Canopy® Blend herbicide’s updated formulation delivers soybean burndown activity on minimum-tillage acres to boost early season performance.
Herbicide resistance management is a top priority for 2015, say corn and soybean growers surveyed at Commodity Classic.
Protecting fruit quality from damage by spotted wing drosophila and botrytis fruit rot/gray mold are top of mind for Southeast U.S. growers.
Southeast vegetable and melon growers plan to update crop protection programs as they protect vegetable quality and produce more abundant crops.
Revulin™ Q delivers cost-effective postemergence weed control in seed corn and other specialty corn crops.
BOLT™ soybean herbicide trait technology from DuPont provides cleaner fields and more options for growers.
DuPont has received three prestigious global 2014 Agrow Awards for its R&D pipeline, formulation innovation and public outreach efforts.
Afforia™ supports herbicide resistance management programs with two modes of action that deliver burndown and residual control of weeds in soybeans and other field crops.
DuPont™ Trivence™ herbicide uses multiple modes of action to deliver burndown control, extended residual activity against tough weeds and herbicide resistance management.
Growers surveyed at 2014 Commodity Classic value mid-season crop protection to control disease and insect damage in corn, soybeans and cereals, despite lower market prices.
DuPont™ Breakfree® NXT herbicides feature enhanced formulations deliver improved early season weed control in corn.
A survey conducted at the 2013 California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) conference reveals water limitations as a top grower concern for the 2013-2014 season.
Aproach® Prima fungicide is now available for reliable resistant disease control and improved yield opportunities for corn, soybeans, wheat and other cereals crops.
Using fall weed control to get a head start on the next season is gaining popularity according to corn, soybean and wheat growers surveyed during 2013 Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois.
Will a fungicide pay for itself in increased yield by controlling soybean foliar disease? DuPont Pioneer researchers offer tips on how to decide whether a fungicide application makes sense.