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A settlement, at least in principle, has been reached in a lawsuit between soft white wheat growers... Read more.
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In recent years, sulfur (S) deficiency in wheat has become common in many areas of Kansas, particularly... Read more.
Barkley Seed, Inc. announced its acquisition of the Desert Durum Wheat Research Program (the “Desert... Read more.
Winter wheat yield is affected by production practices, pest management, fertility and weather. One... Read more.
Collaboration is key to the future of wheat. With several valuable global investments in cereal... Read more.
The wet weather in much of Kansas in June caused quite a bit of volunteer wheat to emerge and grow... Read more.
Nebraska growers use seeding rates for winter wheat that vary from 30 to 180 lb per acre (320,000... Read more.
As producers start thinking about anhydrous application for wheat this fall, there are a few basic... Read more.
This year, soft red winter wheat has been hit badly by the head scab fungus, which develops when... Read more.
Mitsui Chemicals Agro, Inc. (MCAG), and Hokusan Co., Ltd. (HOK), announced the signing of an exclusive... Read more.
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