New herbicide tolerance and trade opportunities provide momentum
The Wall Street Journal reporting rice prices for some futures contracts are spiking to the highest levels since 2011. Economists say the price bump isn’t just due to COVID-19. It
Sorghum is finally getting the attention of the scientific and trade community. The small grain recently acquired tolerances to certain herbicides and the attention of a new trade partner.
USDA says in its Prospective Plantings Planting Survey cotton acres may tally 13.8 million acres, down 2 percent from last year. Industry leaders expect those acres to switch, potentially to
A strong export picture could boost profit potential
While domestic numbers remained largely unchanged in the March WASDE report, there were some signals about the South American corn and soybean crops.
In 2020 farmers stand under the growing pressure from customers, suppliers, and policy-makers. This ever-growing food demand forces the agriculture industry to seek newer ways to improve the production technology.