September 2014

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Since 1915

1943 Those New Sweet Corn Varieties By William L. Brown, Geneticist, Rogers Bros. Seed Company It has been predicted that… Read More

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World Status

STATUS Australia The University of Queensland and Meat & Livestock Australia have developed a new psyllid-resistant Leucaena variety and are seeking… Read More

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News

Regulatory Roundup

National EPA Closes Comment Period on Enlist Duo The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) closed the comment period on its proposed… Read More

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Cross Pollination

Ag Company Ranks In Top 10 BrandsCoreBrand, a brand consulting firm with offices in New York, New York, and Santa Monica,… Read More

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Spotlight on ASTA

The American Seed Trade Association covered a lot of ground during its 131st Annual Convention. Here are some of the… Read More

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Rice Makes the World Go Around

Breeding advancements improve the market value, efficiency and health benefits of the staple grain Half of the world’s population or… Read More

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Breaking Down Biologicals

Biologicals 101 There’s a great deal of hype within this sector of the market, and with that comes an abundance… Read More

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More Than Meets the Eye

A look at how one company went from growing ornamental flowers to supplying the nutraceutical market with carotenoids. Marigolds are… Read More

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What Farmers Want

Are you delivering? There’s a lot of pressure to meet the expectations of farmers and capture market share in today’s… Read More

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Protecting Pollinators

Diseases Wreak Havoc on Hives This article is part of Seed World’s ongoing Protecting Pollinators series, brought to you by… Read More

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Inside the World Seed Congress

Beijing played home to the global seed industry as delegates worked to eliminate trade barriers and promote the international movement… Read More

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Stine Seeds Continues to Innovate

Twenty years after being awarded the first-ever U.S. soybean patents, America’s largest privately-owned seed company continues to innovate. Farmers in… Read More

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A World Without Neonics

Industry and growers in the European Union feel the negative impact caused by the ban on neonicotinoid insecticides. In February… Read More

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GEM Adds Diversity to Corn

Scientists use cutting-edge technology to diversify corn germplasm for breeding programs around the world. It might be one of the seed… Read More

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