Imagine going to a major agricultural conference from the comfort of your desk? This is it. Connect with leading agricultural associations, universities and media who are anxious to share their insights with you 24/7.
Enlist™ Weed Control SystemLearn about the new triple stack soybean coming (pending all regulatory approvals) from the collaboration between Dow AgroSciences and M.S. Technologies that confers tolerance to glyphosate, glufosinate, and 2,4-D. This is one of the newest products featuring the Enlist™ Weed Control System from Dow AgroSciences.
Roundup Ready PLUS™ Weed Management SolutionsThis website was designed by Monsanto to helping growers understand the benefits of using a residual in Roundup Ready® crops to address weed control is critical to a weed management strategy to prevent Glyphosate Resistant weeds. You will find the latest information and updated recommendations and incentives available to you on this site.
Farmers' Forecast Service from Monsanto and The Weather ChannelFarmers have already seen numerous adverse weather trends this year that have had a major impact on the planting decisions made on their farms. As critical mid-season management decisions approach, farmers can continue to count on Farmers' Forecast for their agriculture-specific weather forecasts.
IRM CalculatorThe National Corn Growers Association has developed a Insect Refuge Management calculator to assist farmers in planting the appropriate refuge acres on their farms. This IRM refuge calculator is a tool intended to illustrate the appropriate refuge calculation, the quantity of standard seed bags to purchase for both trait and refuge, and possible planting configurations for planting certain corn products in the United States. This refuge calculator does not replace or supplement the applicable manufacturer's IRM Grower Guide in any way. As a grower using this information, you are still obligated to understand and abide by the applicable IRM Grower Guide on planting and Insect Resistance Management.
The Chat 'N Chew Cafe PurdueThe Chat 'n Chew Cafe offers an up-to-date menu with the latest crop production newsletters and news releases compiled from universities and other public Web sites across the U.S.
Insect ForecasterThis site forecasts the daily migration of Corn Earworm and other migratory crop damaging insects in the Midwestern and Eastern United States in addition to Southern Canada up to five days in advance.
VIPS: Varietal Information Program for SoybeansVIPS is a powerful tool to help you compare the performance of hundreds of soybean varieties. VIPS includes a broad spectrum of information--on yield, protein, and oil content, and on disease and pest resistance--for hundreds of the soybean varieties included in the University of Illinois variety trials.
Genuity StewardshipMonsanto Company is firmly committed to its legal, ethical and moral obligation to ensure that its products and technologies are safe and environmentally responsible. Monsanto demonstrates this commitment through Product Stewardship.
Market to MarketThe weekly journal of rural America that most farmers tune into watch each week is now available on the web. Find out the latest information on markets and watch previous episodes and story lines online.
Plant Management NetworkPlant Management Network (PMN) is a not-for-profit, online publishing effort whose mission is to enhance the health, management, and production of agricultural and horticultural crops. PMN achieves this mission by developing science-based resources that help researchers, crop management professionals, consultants, growers, educators, and students make better plant management decisions and recommendations.
BioWorksUBioWorksU is a virtual environment where you can learn about exciting careers in biotechnology and health care. The goal of BioWorksU is to get young people - from 4th graders to young adults - interested in these growing industries. Along the way, BioWorksU also teaches important lessons in science, math and more. BioWorksU is a project of IPIC, the Indianapolis Industry Council Inc. BioWorksU was funded in part by the U.S. Department of Labor.