Federal scientists have determined that a family of widely used pesticides poses a threat to dozens of endangered and threatened species, including Pacific salmon, Atlantic sturgeon and Puget Sound orcas.
Even if we see some sort of market rally in 2018, it’s likely to be limited on the upside and even more likely to be short-lived.
Frank Forcella has designed a four-row organic grit blaster capable of obliterating weeds.
The promise of biotech mosquitoes grabs the headlines, but the same technology utilizing genetically engineered (GE) insects is being tested on U.S. farmland.
Based on early seed sales and a strong fall export market, grain sorghum acreage could be in line for a strong increase in 2018.
Wheat-crop forecast was cut again as dryness hurts yields.
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Cotton covered 12.6 million U.S. acres in 2017 and analysts don’t expect much deviation in 2018. However, wild cards may be in play prior to spring planting, and the farm bill remains an area of major concern for the cotton industry.
Rice acreage is ready to jump, but the dance floor is a swirl of jostling factors capable of pushing the market pace.
Just an hour and forty-fives south of the Iowa state line, 15-year-old Garrett Heil’s cotton is a testament to the determination of a remarkable farmer not old enough to qualify for a driver’s license. Heil has succeeded in producing cotton deep in the pocket of the Midwest.
Sumitomo Chemical Company, parent company of Valent, recently entered an agreement with DuPont Crop Protection for the development, registration and commercialization of seed treatment technology.
Monsanto moves to stop Arkansas from banning weed killer
WEEDit aims at weeds and input costs