A meeting room full of rice farmers, consultants, and industry representatives peppered panelists during the Provisia® Best Practices technology session at the recent Cotton and Rice Conservation Systems Conference in Jonesboro, Arkansas, seeking to know more about how to maximize results while still stewarding this important weed management system.
Provisia Rice Panel at Cotton and Rice Conservation Systems Conferences
Join Horizon Ag and other rice industry leaders at the 2024 Cotton and Rice Conservation Systems Conferences in Jonesboro, Arkansas for an important panel discussion covering updated best management practices for Provisia varieties and the Provisia® Rice System.
As Harvesting Gains Momentum, All Eyes on Yields and Quality
Harvest is wrapping up in south Louisiana and Texas. We are finally arriving at the end of the season in the Grand Prairie and south Arkansas. Though some rice has been harvested, we are still a few days away from really getting going in Mississippi and North Louisiana. Rainfall has been well above the average for the month of August. Most of the crop is at the grain fill stage and many of the fields are being drained this week in north central Arkansas.
New PVL04 | Aiming for Zero Weeds Even on Tough Acres
Southeast Missouri farmer Zack Tanner shares how new Provisia variety PVL04 helps keep fields clean while providing strong performance. “When we are shooting for zero weeds, the Provisia technology helps us achieve that.”
CLL18 | High Yields and High Value
Southeast Missouri rice farmer, Zack Tanner, shares how CLL18 delivers economic value and outstanding yield potential.
New CLL19 | Short Stature and Early Emergence Make a Great Fit on Any Farm
Rice farmer Zack Tanner shares how CLL19 is a great fit on any farm looking for an early-maturing variety with excellent vigor, standability and solid yield potential. In the face of tough wind pressure in Southeast Missouri, the semi-dwarf variety stood strong without lodging.