Friday, April 26, 2019
soybeans showing dicamba damage

Even with added EPA restrictions, dicamba could still go airborne and spread to other plants that it was not intended to kill. So Ohio State and Purdue weed experts are offering their own recommendations to soybean growers.
inari Seed Foundry at Purdue

At the Seed Foundry at Purdue, Inari plans to make changes to genes to deliver desired field performance through customized seeds for microclimates around the world.
pork producer

Leaders of the National Pork Board, United Soybean Board and National Corn Growers Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to coordinate research that will benefit all three organizations.
World Trade Organization WTO logo

The United States has joined 12 other WTO nations to support policies that enable agricultural innovation, including genome editing.

Does blockchain technology have a place in the future of the agricultural supply chain? It is certainly starting to look that way.
field corn nearing harvest

As the growing season winds down, the grain market is still looking for direction, says our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark.
combining soybeans

USDA announced details Aug. 27 of actions the department will take to assist farmers in response to trade damage from unjustified retaliation by foreign nations.
drainage and waterway, WOTUS

The Obama-era EPA Waters of the United States ruling is now on the books in 26 states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Seventy percent of farmers surveyed for Purdue's most recent Ag Barometer expect a net farm income decline of 10 percent or more because of trade conflicts.
pigs in barn

As of June 1, there were 73.5 million hogs and pigs on U.S. farms, up 3 percent from June 2017, according to the Quarterly Hogs and Pigs report published June 28 by the USDA.
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