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08:34AM Dec 28, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: China Buying Rice for the First Time From U.S.

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor
China is buying U.S. rice for the first time. The "South China Morning Post" reported Chinese customs officials cleared American rice for import on Thursday.
09:51AM Dec 19, 2018

Sorghum Yield Winner Boasts 219 Bushels Per Acre

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Farmers from 24 states competed for NSP's top honors in its annual yield contest. Winners are selected from five categories and the overall winner Michael Ball hails from Idaho at
15:41PM Dec 07, 2018

2019 Outlook: Prices Could Rise as Sorghum Acres Hold Steady

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Sorghum sits quiet in the background while trade negotiations with China continue. Prices and overall acres are projected to hold relatively steady, despite tariffs and additional challenges.
10:48AM Oct 05, 2018

FMC To Introduce Lucento Fungicide

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Pending EPA registration, FMC will launch Lucento fungicide for use in corn, soybeans, peanuts, wheat and sugarbeets for the 2019 season. The new fungicide is a combination of flutriafol and
09:43AM Sep 06, 2018

Canola Killer Taking Root in Canada

Wire Service
While Clubroot first appeared in Alberta canola fields in 2003 in only a handful of fields, there are now hundreds of new cases identified each year and new strains are
09:12AM Sep 05, 2018

Farmers Racing Against Gordon

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
Andrew Hartshorn races time and rolls a combine through endless corn. The southeast Arkansas farmer knows Tropical Storm Gordon is closing fast.
10:31AM Aug 31, 2018

Shock' Estimates on Canada's Wheat, Canola Crops

Wire Service
A drought that singed parts of Canada’s prairies will crimp wheat and canola output more than expected by analysts, government data showed, sending crop futures to one-week highs.