China’s Sinofert Holdings Limited signed a contract with Canpotex, the marketing company owned by three... Read more.
The Mosaic Company has entered the initial phases of expanding its existing Faustina site in St. James... Read more.
Global shipments of potash are expected to rebound in 2013, according to OAO Uralkali. The increase... Read more.
The European Commission will fund a multinational project to use DNA sequencing to identify traits... Read more.
Indian scientists have been found guilty of committing scientific fraud and then covering it up over... Read more.
The USDA recently released its final report from its Advisory Committee on Biotechnology and 21st... Read more.
Despite protests last spring, the Rothamsted Research Institute plans to move forward with planting genetically... Read more.
The Center for Food Safety (CFS) and Save our Seeds (SOS) filed a “friend of the court”... Read more.
Following in line with other large wheat-growing countries, Argentina announced it will cut its wheat... Read more.
Researchers have discovered that higher levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide can negatively impact wheat quality.... Read more.
Owen Paterson, Britain’s environment secretary announced this week that health concerns about genetically modified food... Read more.
Although transgenic soybeans, cotton and some corn has been grown in Costa Rica since 1991, groups... Read more.
- Insight into drought tolerance of TAM wheat varieties
- Ag markets turned mostly lower Tuesday morning
- GMO safety, weed control top concerns as U.S. study kicks off
- WSU researchers explain mystery of cereal grain defense
- Soybean success: Highest yield in Georgia history
- Innovative conservation efforts highlighted at Vilsack farm visit
- U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year
- Activists fighting Golden Rice even more in 2014
- Source shows half of GMO research is independent
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- Stoller soybean research produces 214 bushels per acre
- Ag markets turned generally mixed Monday morning