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July Spray Applications

July Spray Applications

Sprayers around the state are poised for post-emergence herbicide application as soil dries in soybean fields and mid-season applications of fungicide and/or insecticide. Applicat ...

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AM markets: looming data stabilise futures – except in corn

AM markets: looming data stabilise futures – except in corn

There has been further talk about the question Agrimoney.com asked 24 hours ago – how low can corn prices go – and it makes better reading for buyers than producers. After Chicago ...

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Corn heads lower again. But will it drop to $3.50 a bushel?

Corn heads lower again. But will it drop to $3.50 a bushel?

Just how low can corn futures go? Morgan Stanley on Monday had them standing around $4.50 a bushel for the June-to-August period, and averaging $4.35 a bushel in the next marketin ...

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Unapproved GM strain blocking corn shipments from US to China

Unapproved GM strain blocking corn shipments from US to China

China's quarantine authorities have rejected more than 1.2 million metric tons of American corn after detecting an unapproved genetically modified strain in shipments, with buyers ...

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Antibiotic Use for Safe Food Production

Antibiotic Use for Safe Food Production

The discovery of antibiotics began in the 1920’s and continued through the decades providing a wide variety of substances to fight bacteria that caused sickness and disease in peo ...

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Syngenta Seeks to Replicate Seeds Pact With AB InBev

Syngenta Seeks to Replicate Seeds Pact With AB InBev

Syngenta AG (SYNN), the world’s largest maker of crop chemicals, said an agreement to help bolster the supply of barley to beermaker AB InBev NV will be a template for future deal ...

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China’s sovereign wealth fund says to invest more in agriculture

China’s sovereign wealth fund says to invest more in agriculture

China’s sovereign wealth fund is eyeing more investments in agriculture, including partnerships with governments and other institutional investors, its top executive said in the F ...

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India to Sell 25% of Rice Stocks in Bid to Curb Inflation

India to Sell 25% of Rice Stocks in Bid to Curb Inflation

India will offload about a quarter of its rice stockpiles and ease restrictions on selling fruits and vegetables to stem Asia’s second-fastest inflation as a weak monsoon threaten ...

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US sees sharp rise in sugar supply

US sees sharp rise in sugar supply

US sugar supply increased by 811,000 short tons to 13.995 milliontons in its June WASDE, with increases in beginning stocks and imports more thanoffsetting reduced production,acco ...

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Canadian Minister to Discuss Pork Trade with China

Canadian Minister to Discuss Pork Trade with China

Canada's Agriculture Minister is to lead a mission to China next week to strengthen agricultural science and trade partnerships, along with groups representing the beef, pork, gra ...

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