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Corn caterpillars: Bt alone is not enough

Corn caterpillars: Bt alone is not enough

Fall armyworm management has undergone major changes due to Bt technology; however, the various cases of resistance indicate the need to also use other methods in the management

Cultivar Magazine Writing Manual

Cultivar Magazine Writing Manual

Cultivar Magazine editorial manual; abbreviated version with entries on how to write good texts

Rust in an El Niño year

Rust in an El Niño year

The first cases of the disease should occur by November 15; learn about the behavior of the fungus that causes it and how to avoid or minimize the problem

Leaf Diseases: Don't let your guard down

Leaf Diseases: Don't let your guard down

To obtain the desired results in soybean cultivation, it is important to pay attention to traditional enemies, especially foliar diseases, such as Asian rust and target spot.

Nematodes: Billion Dollar Damage

Nematodes: Billion Dollar Damage

To minimize the economic problems caused by nematodes, the main options are cultural, genetic and protective preventive practices.

Bed Bugs: Factors to Consider

Bed Bugs: Factors to Consider

Misguided strategies make it difficult to manage stink bugs in soybean, corn and cotton crops

Durable Technology

Durable Technology

Twenty years of the Clearfield System in Brazil: Discover the benefits, lessons learned and legacies of this technology

Strobilurins in control

Strobilurins in control

Fungicides from this chemical group are essential tools in the management of soybean rust and target spot; should be used, as recommended, in conjunction with other

Demanding Panorama

Demanding Panorama

How diseases in soybean crops behaved during the 2021/22 harvest, what type of consequences can be expected for the 2022/23 crop and how cultivars, fungicide placement and other management measures should be planned and implemented to the control

Seed Treatment

Seed Treatment

Correct seed treatment makes a difference in the establishment and initial phase of crops and acts as true insurance against diseases, pests and nematodes

Soy: Produces more

Soy: Produces more

How to improve the agricultural efficiency of the crop, carry out correct management, reduce losses and increase soybean productivity sustainably

Cotton: Seeds of the future

Cotton: Seeds of the future

With great potential for crop expansion, the country needs to continue adopting good agricultural practices and correct pesticide management

Indispensable protection

Indispensable protection

How multisite fungicides can help manage diseases and resistance in soybean crops, in addition to promoting increased productivity

Built control

Built control

How to plan and position a robust soybean disease management program capable of preventing problems with resistance

Agriculture 4.0 - More productivity

Agriculture 4.0 - More productivity

How information technology solutions can boost the yield and sustainability of agribusiness

Valuable Lessons on Leaf Diseases

Valuable Lessons on Leaf Diseases

What to learn from the behavior of foliar diseases in soybeans in recent harvests in different regions of Brazil

Disease resistance management

Disease resistance management

The role of multisite fungicides in controlling soybean diseases such as Asian rust, target spot, anthracnose and brown spot

Profit-sucking bed bugs

Profit-sucking bed bugs

How managing stink bugs at the right time can prevent losses of more than 140 kilos of soybeans per hectare

Well positioned fungicides

Well positioned fungicides

How the correct positioning of fungicides combined with other factors such as cultivar susceptibility can favor disease control in soybeans

Management of soybean diseases

Management of soybean diseases

Learn how to correctly position fungicides to obtain maximum efficiency in controlling Asian rust and other soybean diseases

Spodoptera - Technology Integration

Spodoptera - Technology Integration

How combining chemical control and other integrated management strategies can help in the difficult control of caterpillars from the Spodoptera and Helicoverpa complexes