What’s more frightening — A singing basket of fruit or pesticides? Lucy is learning how to Give A Crop with a little help from a chorus of afternoon snacks.
On this week’s episode, Rose’s science class experiment goes awry when her garden becomes the most popular lunch spot for neighborhood pests. Worried her pesticide free plants will earn her a failing grade, she turns to Uncle Steve for advice.
Hitting the streets of the Nation’s Capital, our very own Leah McGrath is passing out produce and talking to real people about pesticides and GMO’s.
Sometimes the only thing standing between you and blight is a little friendly advice.
Whether you're growing soybeans, or trimming bangs, Some tools are just too essential to work without.
The finest woodwork is the marriage of great skill and the right tools. The same goes for a delicious watermelon.
In the kitchen or in the field, results may vary when your tools aren’t suited for the job.
They may not have cause to fire him. Yet. But Gary in HR isn’t standing between America’s farmers and the pests who eat their crops.
If Tiki torches were formulated to ward off party crashers, you’d never let the wicks go dry.
Just like crop protection, a well-informed electorate keeps the political field healthy and productive.
A pest will do just about anything to get in your plants. Thankfully, Farmers have crop protection!
Today’s prize is a healthy, sustainable food supply, and American Ag is in it to win it.
Crop protection, when used as part of a balanced pest management plan, does a farmer good.
With over 915 million acres of farmland to protect in the U.S., there’s always room for more experts in the field.