Germination News

  • Free Webinar: Plotting a Strategy to Improve Germination, Plant Stands

    Anything you can do in your planting and seeding operation to improve seed germination and ensure maximum plant stands will make no-tilling less stressful and more successful. Through our exclusive No-Till Farmer webinar series, Reid Abbott, Field Agronomy Manager for Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers, will share findings from research studies conducted at the 750-acre North Central ...

  • Silver Award for Kongskilde Germinator Pro 7.9M

    Kongskilde UK was displaying the new Germinator Pro 7.9 at Lincolnshire Show on the 18 & 19th June, which is attended by app 60,000 people over the 2 days. The Judges liked Kongskilde's new Germinator Pro so much, they decided to award it the "Silver Award" for 2014 in the category of "Most Innovative New Products in the Large Machine". Stuart Phips, Kongskilde Area Sales Manager for The ...


    By Kongskilde Industries A/S

  • Scientists find new home for threatened orchids

    Scientists at the Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research (CPBR) have been researching the natural history of three rare and endangered orchids on Alum Mountain, Bulahdelah NSW, as part of a relocation project funded by the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA). The plants are being relocated to allow construction of a road bypass. Native orchids, known for their beauty and exuberance, are quite ...

  • Understanding why rye works as a cover crop

    Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists may soon find a way to enhance the weed-killing capabilities of a cereal grain that enriches the soil when used as a winter cover crop. Rye is often grown in winter and killed in the spring, so the dead stalks can be flattened over soybean and vegetable fields to block sunlight and prevent spring weeds from getting the light they need to germinate. ...

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