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Precision Laboratories introduces single-component soybean inoculant

Maximizing the biological capabilities of soybeans to fix nitrogen and enhance yield is a critical step to nourish the earth’s growing population. This prompted a decade of innovative collaboration between Precision Laboratories and Rizobacter S.A. to create new technologies that enhance efficiency and effectiveness of natural processes. Signum, the world’s first premium, single-component soybean seed inoculant is their latest, most advanced development.

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AGCO announces Go-Task mobile app

AGCO Corporation announced that it will launch a new solution for wireless task data transfer. Go-Task will be one of AGCO’s solutions for wireless transfer of task data to and from select AGCO machines and supported Farm Management Information Software (FMIS) programs.

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U.N.: Ancient crops preserved for future generations in Arctic seed vault

Varieties of one of the world's most important staple crops will be stored for perpetuity deep in the Arctic ice. José Graziano da Silva, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) joined scientific experts and delegations from Peru, Costa Rica and Norway to witness a ceremony that will help to preserve these vital crops for future generations.

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Injunction lifted for planting GE corn in Mexico but still on hold

On Aug.19, 2015 a federal judge from the XII District Court overturned a 2013 measure that prevented biotechnology companies, universities, or public research institutes from planting genetically engineered (GE) corn in Mexico. Later that same day, supporters of the injunction appealed the decision. Now a Federal Magistrate will need to pronounce within the next several days if he is agrees or not with the judge to uphold the decision to overturn the 2013 ruling or agrees with the groups supporting the continuation of the injunction.

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Farm data in custom farming contracts

As custom harvesters make their way across the United States and Canada this summer, I keep wondering what happens to all that yield data these machines are collecting. I am sure much of the data is forwarded to the landowners and farmers so that they can make decisions for next year. I hope so. But do custom harvesters address this in their agreements?

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