Wednesday, June 26, 2019

WASHINGTON -- Plants can overcome their evolutionary legacies to become much better at using biological photosynthesis to produce energy, the kind of energy that can power vehicles in the near future, an all-star collection of biologists, physicists, photochemists, and solar scientists has found.

WASHINGTON -- The Internal Revenue Service will provide penalty relief to farmers who incur estimated tax penalties because they did not timely receive Forms...

The death of Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, creates uncertainty in that country's ag sectors, too.

Tight supplies and strong demand mean prices for corn and soybeans are likely to remain high for the foreseeable future.

WASHINGTON — Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro is focusing on congressional action to close loopholes that may be responsible for market manipulation of the...

World economic conditions are now the dominant driving force for cattle prices, according to a Purdue University Extension marketing specialist. “In the old days,...

WASHINGTON -- U.S. farmers successfully battled soggy July weather and remain on target for producing the largest soybean crop in history, according to the...

Now there's another reason to consider no-till: air quality.

WASHINGTON -- To help satisfy consumers' growing appetite for beef, Agricultural Research Service scientists are looking at innovative ways to make cattle production more...

WASHINGTON -- U.S. exports of agricultural machinery continued to grow in 2011 and ended the first half of the year with a gain of 15 percent, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
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