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  • The Great Potato Debate of America

    The Great Potato Debate of America

    Boil them, mash them, fry them, stick them in a stew – there are many ways to enjoy potatoes. This popular starch has become a staple in kitchens across the U.S., but what is the best way to enjoy this delicious vegetable? The team at Verdesian set out to discover America’s preferred method of preparing […]

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  • Crop Rotation Benefits

    Crop Rotation Benefits

    What is Crop Rotation? Crop rotation is like the farmer’s version of Sudoku in that it involves strategy, expert placement, and zero guessing to yield healthy crops with the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly results. Crop rotation charts reveal a planting method of switching out crops every season in a revolving door-like fashion over the […]

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  • Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Josh Griffin

    Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Josh Griffin

    Josh is passionate about his faith. He’s passionate about his family. And he’s passionate about his work. All of those passions led Josh to where he is in his life and career now as a Product Line Manager for the fertilizer enhancer segment at Verdesian Life Sciences. Josh, born and raised in Paris, IL, right […]

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  • Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Renato Prestes

    Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Renato Prestes

    Renato Prestes is passionate about creating solutions, tools, and systems to simplify operations and increase productivity. As VP of Global ESG and ESH, he doesn’t just talk the talk, but his walks the walk. And his dedication to his craft comes from a deeply personal place. “At 13, I lost my sweet 8-year-old sister due […]

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  • The ‘Emergence’ of Soybeans

    The ‘Emergence’ of Soybeans

    In a recent article in CropLife (May 11), Eric Sfiligoj discussed the development of “renewable diesel” and how its production into the foreseeable future may result in the vast majority of soybeans produced in the United States going to support this new fuel.  (Sfiligoj wasn’t alone. AgWeb’s Chip Flory recently noted that some estimates place […]

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