The study published in France last month that raised questions about the impact of genetically modified... Read more.
Fertilizer buyers in India are not expected to sign any new potash contracts until after harvest finishes... Read more.
A new report says growers in sub-Saharan Africa may only be producing 10 to 25 percent of the wheat... Read more.
If the weather cooperates, world wheat production could see a “significant increase” in 2013, the... Read more.
It’s a good year for peanuts. Peanut yields in Georgia are coming in strong. In Moultrie, Ga.,... Read more.
Despite the drought and other environmental factors reducing grain yields all over the world, Mosaic... Read more.
The use of herbicides in the production of genetically modified corn, cotton and soybeans is increasing,... Read more.
JANA Partners LLC turned up the heat again on Agrium by revealing its full case for “value-unlocking... Read more.
The 2008 farm bill officially expired as of Sept. 30 and several industry organizations issued a joint... Read more.
The U.S. Geological Survey released the results of models it ran indicating that higher than normal... Read more.
The U.S. cotton industry is reached out to senior government officials regarding the increase in contract... Read more.
Construction is being proposed for a new $1 billion nitrogen fertilizer plant for Spencer, Ind., which... Read more.
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- National Agricultural Genotyping Center announces partnership
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- EU’s leading plant scientists call for action to defend research
- Digi-Star introduces WeighLog hydraulic weighing system
- Surging U.S. dollar values weighed on ag markets Friday morning