Gowan are providers of quality crop protection solutions for specialty crops and niche markets of agriculture. Their products include insecticides/miticides, fungicides, and herbicides. Their critical competencies are field sales and development, pesticide registration, formulation and efficient market delivery.
CropLife Asia promotes the benefits and responsible use of crop protection and plant biotechnology products, as well as sound regulatory frameworks in support of sustainable agriculture in the Asia-Pacific region. CropLife Asia supports the work of 15 member associations and is led by member companies at the forefront of crop production research and development.
Today, growers of many U.S. crops hire independent professional consultants to manage their product use and only request applications of crop protection products when a problem arises. They also use products that are specific to the pests present. This has led some crops, like cotton, to reduce product applications from 20 or 40 applications per year down to 4 or 5.
Crop Protection Industry News
Weed'em And Reap: Managing Weeds On America's Farmland
Farming is not easy, and farmers are not stupid. That is why our farmers have college degrees in fields such as agronomy, soil science, plant health management and environmental science.
Crop Protection Industry News and Information Resources
The following links and organizations are a valuable resource for information and expert opinion on the farming and crop protection industry, including the regulatory agencies that manage and approve crop protection products in the United States. *Please note, CLA is not responsible for links or content provided by third parties.
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May 9, 2014
Informa Seed Treatments Conference
This exciting, new conference will cover only the most business-critical aspects of seed treatment in the commercial environment
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Feb 13, 2014
Critical comments on the WHO-UNEP State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals – 2012
Early in 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a 2012 update to the 2002 State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals.
Read more on Science Direct
Oct 18, 2013
To Save Frogs, Park Service Plans to Use Pesticide in Sierra Nevada
Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks have extended comment on a plan to eradicate invasive fish from high-elevation lakes in the Sierra Nevada.
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Sep 7, 2013
Farming as rocket science
Why American agriculture is different from the European variety
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Sep 3, 2013
Clearing A Path For Agricultural Progress
While farm policy is crafted and enacted in Washington, DC, it is felt across the country.
Read more on CropLife Magazine
Jul 4, 2013
The organic hepatitis outbreak: We need organic field testing
How safe are organic foods, especially when compared to conventionally grown varieties? Not as safe as many assume.
Read more on General Literacy Project
May 30, 2013
Using Technology to Reduce Our Farming Footprint for World Environment Day
Farmers believe that every day should be for the environment, because we depend on the environment to produce the food the world demands
Read more on Truth About Trade
Mar 12, 2013
GUEST POST: Intellectual Property Brings Food to Your Table
When you’re sitting down to a home-cooked meal, intellectual property (IP) may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But it should be.
Read more on Global Intellectual Property Center
Feb 17, 2013
Editorial: Be skeptical of Initiative 522 on GMO labeling
Initiative 522 is billed as an issue of consumer choice. If passed, it may do more harm than good.
Read more on Seattle Times
Dec 3, 2012
U.S. agriculture trade is soaring
USDA released its second Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade in fiscal year 2013, and the latest forecast continues a trend for increasing.
Read more on Ag Professional
Sep 15, 2009
Few Can Match the Contribution of Norman Borlaug
Norman Borlaug saved more people from starvation than anyone else in history. The 1970 Nobel Peace Prize laureate died Saturday.
Read more on Muckety.com
Oct 14, 2009
Adoption of New Innovation Corn and Soybean Seed Continues
Research on the corn and soybean seed markets in the private sector, show the growers’ rapid acceptance of the newest innovations in traits
Read more on AG Weekly Online
Dec 9, 2009
Agricultural Technology Key in Reducing Environmental Impact
The continued adoption of new plant technologies by Asia's farmers can help reduce the impact of agriculture on the environment.
Read more on CropLife Asia
Dec 30, 2009
Kellie Bray Interviewed at NAFB Trade Talk
Kellie Bray, Director of Government Affairs at CropLife America is interviewed at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting "Trade Talk" event.
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Jan 5, 2010
Expanded Ag Hall of Fame honors industry's leaders
The Agriculture Hall of Fame inducts new members this year, including, Bud Mercer, Ron and Rella Reiman and Porky Thomsen.
Read more on Tri-City Herald - Online
Jan 4, 2010
New Year, New Hope
With the New Year upon us, there is much to look forward to, but also a few uncertainties.
Read more on CropLife.com
Dec 8, 2009
Remarkable advances in agriculture
America's food production and distribution system is a marvel of efficiency, but many consumers are not aware of it.
Read more on Findlay Courier
Dec 11, 2009
Walmart Turns Over a New Leaf as it Embraces Local Produce
Walmart, now the nation's largest supermarket chain, has gotten into the local scene embarking on an effort to attain more produce from local growers.
Read more on St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Online
Dec 15, 2009
USDA, Penn State Invest in Training New Farmers
Agriculture officials look for ways to encourage and assist the new generation of farmers as half of all U.S. farmers are likely to retire next decade
Read more on GantDaily.com
Dec 23, 2009
House Tackles Climate Change, Ag Offsets
If climate change legislation is going pass Congress, it is obvious that proponents must tackle gaps in corresponding scientific & policy forums
Read more on Southwest Farm Press