Drago Study Shows Farmers Losing More Yield Than They Think

Source: Drago news release Corn growers generally express confidence in their ability to manage deck plate gaps and limit kernel loss during harvest, but a...

Corn looking lousy

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market...

AGCO Field Demonstrations Confirm Planting Practices Impact On Corn Yields

Source: AGCO news release Three years of AGCO Crop Tour North America field demonstrations comparing variable placement of corn seed at planting confirms that yields...

Dry Weather Allows Rapid Seeding Progress

Farmscape for May 23, 2018 Full Interview 3:41 Listen Manitoba Agriculture reports, despite limited precipitation last week, continued dry soil conditions have allowed spring...

Did Anti-GMO Groups Contaminate Canadian Wheat Field?

Source: blog by Henry Miller and Rob Wager, Genetic Literacy Project In the summer of 2017, a contractor applied the popular weed-killer glyphosate (brand...

Alfalfa Checkoff Announces Funding Of Five Research Projects

Agri-Pulse reports: The National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance has chosen five research projects to be funded through the Alfalfa Checkoff, aimed at driving innovation and...

Michigan State Scientists Improve Yield Predictions Based On Seedling Data

ource: Michigan State University news release East Lansing, MI - A doctor diagnosing a 50-year-old patient based on a blood test taken during the patient's...

Future Wheat Harvests Very Vulnerable To Disease Experts Warn

Source: Rothamsted Research news release More than 100 delegates from the UK's governmental, scientific, industrial and farming sectors will gather at Rothamsted today to discuss...

China Approves Corteva GMO Soybean Variety

In what could be another sign of improving relations, China has approved a genetically modified soybean variety developed by Corteva Agriscience. China also approved a...

Soy Growers Disappointed 90 Days Brings No Tariff Conclusion

American Soybean Association (ASA) reports: After nearly three months of negotiations, President Trump and Chinese President Xi could not reach a conclusion and bring to...
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