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K-State University researchers staying ahead of wheat blast disease

In the past seven years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Kansas State University $6.5 million to keep a wheat fungus that has had a devastating impact on wheat production in South America out of the United States. So far, mission accomplished.

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Bunge challenges Egypt over rejected French wheat cargo

Bunge Ltd. has launched legal proceedings against Egypt's state grain buyer over a rejected cargo of French wheat, highlighting uncertainty among suppliers who are already charging a risk premium to the world's largest wheat importer.

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Ample grain supplies in U.S., world still growing

Carryout stocks of corn, soybeans, and wheat continue to get larger both at home and around the globe, according to USDA’s latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, released Tuesday.

Products

Syngenta introduces two spring wheats for the Pacific Northwest

As 2016 spring wheat variety selection continues in the Pacific Northwest, Syngenta reminds growers to implement proactive management plans including varieties selection. Adding to its portfolio of AgriPro brand wheat varieties, Syngenta is introducing SY Coho and SY Selway hard red spring wheat varieties.

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The fight against broadleaf weeds in winter wheat

Most of the wheat and weeds are inactive during cold weather; however, that can quickly change in the Midwest. While broadleaf weeds are dormant, wheat producers can get a jump-start on managing them in winter wheat.

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