The drought this summer was brutal and most Corn Belt states saw many of their plants wither under... Read more.
Although this summer’s drought and heat have caused fertilizer demand to slump, new data suggests... Read more.
In a ruling last week from the European Court of Justice, it was determined that genetically modified... Read more.
India is expected to lead the global demand for potash, a soil nutrient, according to the chief financial... Read more.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) expressed its concern recently about what it calls “mounting evidence”... Read more.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority held a special meeting Sept. 5 and awarded Orascom Construction... Read more.
Despite drought lowering wheat yields in Russia this year, the government has decided not to impose... Read more.
Another study has shown that genetically modified (GM) plants pose a low risk to humans and the environment.... Read more.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill (AB 2174) the last week of August that would allow technical... Read more.
India is a country that continues to struggle with the adoption of genetically modified crops. Some... Read more.
Chinese researchers have been studying how the genes of genetically modified rice are spreading. They... Read more.
The development of a $12 billion potash mine in Saskatchewan has not been put on hold, despite the... Read more.
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