EPA is restoring the provision that allows information required under the regulations to be placed on collateral labeling (such as bulletins, leaflets, circulars, brochures, data sheets, or flyers) attached to a shipping container of pesticide products rather than on the immediate package of each individual product in the shipment.
The 18 winners in six production categories had verified yields averaging more than 383.6 bushels per acre, compared to the projected national average of 173.4 bushels per acre in 2014. While there is no overall contest winner, yields from first, second and third place farmers overall production categories topped out at 503.7190.
News of strong demand is supporting corn futures. Expect slow trading and limited price action over the next two weeks as many in the financial industry celebrate the holidays. Conversely, news events might spur choppy trading as low trading volume tries to accommodate orders. This morning’s news of a sizeable corn sale and the strong Export Inspections result are rather clearly boosting the corn market. March corn futures gained 0.75 cents to $4.1125/bushel late Monday morning, while July added 0.25 to $4.2225.
DuPont Pioneer and S&W Seed Company announced an agreement for S&W Seed Company to acquire DuPont Pioneer alfalfa germplasm, as well as alfalfa production and research facility assets for a purchase price of up to $49 million over a period of several years.
When it comes to farmland prices, the only certain thing about 2015 is that it will be unlike any year we've seen in a while, according to farmland authority Murray Wise, president of Murray Wise Associates.
Talk of strong demand reportedly supported corn Sunday night. Expect slow trading and limited price action over the next two weeks as many in the financial industry celebrate the holidays. Conversely, news events might spur choppy trading as low trading volume tries to accommodate orders. Wire service sources cited strong demand and possible spillover from the wheat pit for limiting corn losses Sunday night. The market seems likely to test moving average support before Christmas.
Denmark's Novozymes , the world's largest enzymes producer, will stick to its plans to develop transportation fuel made from agricultural waste, despite an oil price rout that has left oil-based products cheaper for consumers.