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Wheat is again leading the crop markets higher

Renewed economic optimism is boosting most markets. Concern about the global economic & political situation and underlying demand has weighed on corn futures lately. However, yellow grain prices rallied in early trading as the energy and equity sectors led markets higher. Surging wheat futures likely contributed to the corn gains. March corn futures rallied 5.25 cents at $4.135/bushel Wednesday night, while July added 5.25 to $4.285.


iConcept unveils remote sensing application

iConcept is excited to unveil its Remote Sensing application, a tailor-made solution especially for agribusiness enterprises. The solution helps enterprises capture, analyze and share crop acreage and crop production data.


ResponsibleAg highlighted in Senate joint committee hearing

On Dec. 11, the U.S. Senate Committees on Environment and Public Works and Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions held a hearing to receive an update on President Obama's Executive Order (EO) 13650 - Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security to enhance the safety and security of chemical facilities and to reduce the risks associated with hazardous chemicals to workers and communities.


EPA endorses Virginia water quality program

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy joined U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary (USDA) Tom Vilsack, Mike Boots of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), Commonwealth of Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a private investor and an Appomattox, Va. farmer to announce an innovative, market-based nutrient trading program run by Virginia to improve the water quality of Chesapeake Bay.


Scab-infected spring wheat seed

Due to the moisture, South Dakota State University has seen some scab issues in the hard red spring wheat received so far.


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