Cibus Issued New Patent For Increasing Efficiency Of Gene-Editing In Plants

Source: Cibus news release Cibus, a leader in advanced plant-breeding technologies, today announced it has been granted a new patent related to increasing the efficiency...

Corn Growers List Their Top Policy Issues

Source: Iowa Corn Growers news release Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) farmer-leaders convened in Washington, D.C. this week alongside other corn farmers from across the...

NewLeaf Symbiotics: New Microbial Products Boosting Corn Yields

Source: NewLeaf Symbiotics news release Terrasym 408 corn stands MUCH taller than corn not treated with Terrasym 408. (NewLeaf) announced the launch of a new...

AMVAC Launches Assure II Herbicide

Source: AMVAC news release Growers have a tool to control volunteer corn and grasses and improve crop establishment, quality and yield. Assure II herbicide, now...

Majority of Saskatchewan Crops Rated Poor to Good

Farmscape for July 19, 2019 Full Interview 5:51 Listen Saskatchewan Agriculture reports a cooler than normal growing season and inconsistent rainfall have resulted in...

Rain and Heat Promote Manitoba Crop Growth Spurt

Farmscape for July 19, 2019 Full Interview 3:38 Listen A combination of warmer temperatures and rain has given crops in Manitoba a good boost. Manitoba Agriculture...

U Of Illinois Releases 2020 Crop Budgets, Revises 2019

Source: Univ of Illinois news release To view the complete report, click here. Crop budgets for 2020 have been released and made available on farmdoc. In...

NCGA Elects Four Growers On Serve On The Corn Board

National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) reports: Delegates attending the National Corn Growers Association's Corn Congress in Washington this morning elected four farmers to serve on...

BASF Introduces New Distribution Model For Ag Solutions In Canada

Source: BASF news release BASF will launch an enhanced RetailConnect distribution model for its Agricultural Solutions portfolio, which will work directly with independent retailers across...

JPMorgan: Grain Prices Hurt By U.S.-China Spat, Algorithmic Trading

The rise in algorithmic trading and the U.S.-China trade dispute have combined to hurt crop growers, according to a J.P. Morgan Research study published...
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