Seed RC Wheat News
As proven year after year, Syngenta reminds wheat growers that weather patterns in the Pacific Northwest... Read more.
What seeding rate will you plant this spring? According to early plant insurance coverage, spring... Read more.
This past fall 2013, many growers found it difficult to plant wheat as early as they would like. In... Read more.
Monsanto Co, the world's largest seed company, said Wednesday it was making good progress on development... Read more.
Despite roller-coaster variations in temperatures, an ongoing drought, and a shortage of preferred varieties, most... Read more.
Bitter cold temperatures and ice are posing a threat to livestock and portions of the U.S. winter... Read more.
SY Rowyn, a new AgriPro brand spring wheat variety from Syngenta, will be available to Northern Plains... Read more.
Oakley CL is a new hard red winter wheat Clearfield variety released this fall by the Kansas Agricultural... Read more.
November would be a good time to take a close look at wheat, and see how well it has developed so... Read more.
It's here, and poised to set a new standard for soft white winter wheat performance. Puma (WA8134),... Read more.
A drop in corn prices to a three-year low this autumn has caused U.S. farmers to contemplate boosting... Read more.
There are now several 2-gene Clearfield wheat varieties on the market: AP503 CL2 from Syngenta/AgriPro,... Read more.
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