ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
At the time of writing this article, weather continues to impact progress on a harvest that has seen its ups and downs.
2019 is a year we won’t soon forget. With the majority of the crop yet to be harvested, farmers and ag retailers continue to prevail, moving forward with the challenges they can only manage but not control.
Recruitment agencies specializing in agriculture can help ag retailers find the right talent.
Three pieces of weed control technology are entering the crop protection mix.
Growers are going digital – are ag retailers going with them?
If there was one thing that stood out during the creation of this magazine, it was that significant changes are currently underway across agriculture and ag retail. Both feature stories in this issue have themes of innovation, evolution and change.
The channels and means by which ag retailers connect and do business with their customers in an increasingly digital world are changing and evolving, with retailers of all sizes beginning to offer online services to customers.
A comprehensive, retailer-led program is connecting kids with agriculture.
Farms in Western Canada saw a drop in fungicide use this year, according to a survey by Stratus Ag Research.