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Good to Grow Podcasts

Growing Through Crop Conversations. The FMC Good to Grow podcast is dedicated to exploring the latest trends and challenges in specialty and row crop management. We’re bringing you the expertise, agronomic tips and best practices to help make the most of your growing season.

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Keys to Sustainably Managing Herbicide-Resistant Waterhemp

Close-up of waterhemp.

Do you smell that? The growing use of pheromones is part of an effective IPM system.

Aerial view of crop field.

A Meeting of PCA Minds: Grapevine Trunk Disease

Grapes on vine

Examining the Relationship Between Irrigation and Crop Protection

Drip Irrigation

At the Intersection of Crop Productivity and Yields: Crop Protection


Addressing Aggressive Corn Diseases: The Multi-Million Yield Robbers

Corn sunset tile

The 411 on Curvularia Leaf Spot

Corn sunset

Friend or Foe? How Distinguishing Pests Effectively Can Pay Dividends.

Predatory Dance Fly

The Potential of Biologicals — The Next Layer of Crop Protection

Lettuce with roots exposed

Securing Full-Season Protection on the Alfalfa Acre


Establishing Full-Season Weed Control in Rice

Rice Field

Finding Success at the Root Level

emerging corn

Research Recap: Xyway™ Brand Fungicides Grower and University Trials

Young Corn Plant

Good to Grow: Emerging Weed Challenges: Metabolic Resistance

Row crop metabolic resistance

Good to Grow: Exploring the Grapevine Trunk Disease Complex and Management Strategies

FMC Good to Grow grapevine trunk disease

Good to Grow: Discovering What’s New in Pest Management: Elevest™ Insect Control

Soybean field

Good to Grow: The Corn Rootworm Conundrum: Where Do We Go From Here?

Cobs of field corn

Good to Grow: Keeping Cotton Root Rot in Check: Grapes and Tree Nuts

Tree nuts

Good to Grow: Weeds Don’t Just Move South to North: Downy Brome and Kochia

Sunflower field

Good to Grow: “Oh Nuts!” Ant Management in Almond and Pistachio Orchards


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