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Researchers have identified varieties of tropical corn from Oaxaca, Mexico, that can acquire a significant amount of the nitrogen they need from the air.

Low prices make marketing decisions easy to defer, but the big, early crops mean most farmers will have some corn and soybeans that need to go to town.

Favorable growing weather continues, putting downward pressure on prices.

Northern New York farmers and a research team led by Cornell University entomologist Elson Shields are now evaluating their use to combat corn rootworm.

Crops are looking good, for the most part, but the market price definitely is not.

AGCO Corporation introduced its new Fendt IDEAL combine June 19. The combine, which has gone through seven years of testing, is the first “clean-sheet” design of an axial combine in the industry in 30 years.

The weather continues to be the biggest grain story of 2018 so far, for better or worse.

December corn futures and July Chicago wheat futures have made new contract highs.

Corteva Agriscience will receive a license to stack Monsanto’s Corn Rootworm III and MON89034 traits with Corteva Agrisciences’ insect control traits.

A hybrid with high adaptability will yield like gangbusters when planted in optimal conditions but may let farmers down in a bad year.
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