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15:15PM Mar 07, 2019

BREAKING: China Makes Big Buy of Sorghum, Possibly Soybeans

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor
More U.S. soybeans may be on the way to China soon.
12:14PM Feb 28, 2019

NSP CEO on China: "They Bought One Boat and it All Shut Off Again."

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
Tim Lust, CEO of the National Sorghum Producers says China has virtually shut off imports of U.S. sorghum. Tyne Morgan has more during this AgDay analysis with Tim Lust, CEO
12:41PM Feb 20, 2019

BASF Sells Clearfield Canola and Trunemco Seed Treatment

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
The company sold Trunemco nematode management seed treatment to Nufarm. It also sold the Clearfield canola production system in the U.S. and Canada to Corteva Agriscience, the agriculture division of
09:34AM Feb 06, 2019

Crop Per Drop: Irrigation Contest Winners Grow Most With Least

Farm Journal Media
AgWeb Contributor
The 2018 winners of Crop per Drop, Arkansas’ unique irrigation contest, achieved the highest bushel yields per acre inch of water in corn, rice and soybeans. Basic rules: Grow the
10:30AM Feb 04, 2019

Farmers, Beer Drinkers Furious Over Bud Light Corn Syrup Super Bowl Ad

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
Farmers and fans of beer did not give a "dilly dilly" about Bud Light being corn syrup free in it's most recent Super Bowl advertisements, with many people voicing displeasure
08:43AM Jan 10, 2019

Idaho Farmer Takes Risk, Wins Sorghum Yield Contest

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Where does sorghum grow? Mainly, the southern plains, correct? Over the past two years, an Idaho farmer has won the contest for the highest sorghum yields.
09:52AM Jan 04, 2019

FMC To Introduce Two New Herbicide Modes Of Action In Next Decade

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
In a world where resistant weeds run rampant, one chemical company is bringing relief to corn, soybean and rice farmers. FMC will introduce a novel rice herbicide and a corn