CROPLIFE LISTS 10 MOST VIEWED NEWS ITEMS BY CROP INPUT RETAILERS
Jan. 3, 2014
Source: CropLife America news release
This year's top 10 most read stories on CropLife.com covered it all, from agriculture apps and technology trends, to the West Fertilizer disaster and the Monsanto haters culture. Have a look below to see which articles made the list.
1. Report: HFCS Not Solely Responsible For Obesity Epidemic
Not your typical CropLife.com item, but this report on high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) brought in more views and comments from the audience than any other article in 2013.
2. 13 New Mobile Agriculture Apps For 2013
Our audience can't get enough info on agriculture apps, and this 2013 list by Senior Online Editor Matt Hopkins performed just as well as his posts in 2011 and 2012.
3. Top 5 Trends In Agriculture Technology
From big data to robotics, technology guru Joe Russo listed the five most significant trends in ag technology.
4. 7 Greatest Breakthroughs In Agriculture Since The Wheel
List of 50 greatest innovations published by The Atlantic included seven major breakthroughs that impacted agriculture.
5. 10 Best Apps For Emergency Preparedness
Emergency preparedness was a hot topic in 2013 and these mobile apps for agribusinesses could come in handy when disaster strikes.
6. The Role Of Gypsum In Ag: 5 Key Benefits You Should Know
The Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium in March presented the latest research and practical insights into using gypsum.
7. 20 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts For Agriculture
List of the best Twitter accounts you need to follow to stay connected to the agriculture industry.
8. Wal-Mart Weighs In On Fertilizer Use
The world's largest commercial retailer claims it is engaging producers in an on-going dialogue concerning fertilizer optimization.
9. West Fertilizer Disaster Could Mean Trouble For Entire Industry
Following the disaster, CropLife posed this poignant question: Could safety neglect on the part of one fertilizer plant cause headaches for everyone in the business?
10. The Monsanto Haters Culture
No other agricultural company seems to have as many critics as the St. Louis-based giant. The real question is why?