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2010 Commodity Classic Coverage

April 30, 2010
By: Sara Schafer, Farm Journal Media Business and Crops Editor
 
 




 
By Pam Smith
Chism Craig says Monsanto has been studying the refuge-in-the-bag concept for more than a decade.  Listen in as Chism Craig discusses 2010 planting commitments, refuge configurations and the outlook for in-bag options

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The Soy Transportation Coalition toured the Port of Los Angeles for a first-hand view of exports in action.
  
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By Pam Smith
Corn hybrids that sip water are just around the corner. Syngenta Seeds plans to introduce water optimized hybrids that deliver 25% more yield under drought stress. 

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BASF's Nick Fassler discusses the use of Headline AMP. (4/29/2010)
 
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Vilsack: It's important for the entire nation to understand and appreciate the condition and state of rural America.

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Meet Three Association Farmer Presidents

by Greg Vincent & Pam Smith
Listen in as three national association farmer presidents discuss the outlooks for their commodities and the challenges ahead for farmers.

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President of the American Soybean Association Rob Joslin outlined his concerns and agenda for the coming year.

 
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Price Cut on Popular Herbicide

by Pam Smith
A price cut on Ignite herbicide has been announced in time for the 2010 season.

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Sustainability is a commonly heard word in the agricultural community these days.


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Legendary automotive designer Chip Foose worked with John Deere to produce this eye-catching machine.
 
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  Why Marketing Plans Keep Lenders Happy
by Jeanne Bernick 
Ohio producer Bret Davis has no trouble talking to his banker these days, despite market volatility and tight credit conditions.
 
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by Pam Smith
The 2009 growing season was a wet, fungal mess for many crop farmers.
 
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  Wheat's Competition Crisis
by Jeanne Bernick
Wheat has lost a quarter of its land area since 1990 and is losing the competition against corn and soybean acres globally.
 
 
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  U.S. Debt to Reach 90% of Total Economy
by Charlene Finck
"The numbers are starting to add up to a size where they can't hide.”
 
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Wheat Outlook and Product Preview
by Pam Smith
Winter wheat acreage is down, especially along the Mississippi River corridor.




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FEATURED IN: Farm Journal - Early Spring 2010
RELATED TOPICS: Beef, Web Extra, Magazine Extras

 
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