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Bridging the Knowledge Gap: Employee Training Best Practices

The oil and gas industry is booming, and the U.S. economy is at its highest point since before the great recession. Yet many are struggling to find experienced employees to fill open positions. As retired workers leave the force, they take with them experiential knowledge of business practices, managing processes, and developing customer relationships. Need

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Heat Safety Using Wet Bulb Globe Temperature

While it may seem like summer just started, football programs at all levels are kicking off their fall seasons over the next few weeks. This means that many practices and training camps will be occurring during the warmest time of the year in the U.S. – the first few weeks of August. And, that makes

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Nutrient Inputs and Hungry Insects

They say, “You are what you eat”, and for your crops that means NPK: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium. These three macronutrients greatly influence the health of your plants, which in turn can directly impact the effectiveness of your pest management plan. Knowing the effect of each will ensure that the bugs don’t get an unfair

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Drought Conditions Continue in Areas of Southeast Australia

Much of southeastern Australia has been affected by drought for more than two years, impacting the agriculture industry as well as natural resources throughout parts of the country.

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Dr. Scott’s Pest to Watch for the week of July 1

As we approach the mid-point of the season, which is trailing behind significantly in crop emergence, I share four of the most interesting insects creating “buzz” in the fields. Thistle caterpillar The showy “Painted Lady” is a bright, orange-and-black butterfly and is typically the domain of photographers and children’s classrooms. However, this season, its caterpillars

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BOLs: Recent Digital Innovations Drive Efficiency

New technologies are emerging that help suppliers identify lost BOLs before customers may realize they were overlooked and ensure the documents are reconciled in a timely fashion.

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Heat Safety: Help keep athletes safe and performing well

Because of the potentially fatal consequences of exposure to severe heat, coaches and officials need to carefully monitor weather conditions.

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Start Watching for Western Bean Cutworm

To say that the planting season was tough this spring is an understatement. However, the growing season will continue to provide us with fresh challenges.

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