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    Short Supply Could Oust K31 Popularity

    Years of surplus seed have kept prices low and the product on store shelves since the 1940s. Explore how Mother Nature might be pushing new products...
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    Hemp’s Future on the Farm

    Part V: Path Forward Aside from the CBD boom, analysts say farmers have a real reason to grow hemp. There’s a need to...
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    Consumer CBD Craze, Demand Surge

    Part IV: End Use Products When you think of the industrial hemp market, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? CBD oil...

    Certified Seed Needs

    Part III: Hemp Breeding For farmers to reap the full benefits and maximize market opportunities, the right germplasm needs to be created.

    Production Pains

    Part II: Hemp Agronomics Despite its history, hemp remains a mystery to most U.S. producers. While the National Hemp Association and most groups...

    A Rich History

    From a hillside in Kentucky to a research lab at the Noble Research Institute, the future of fescue is still being written to provide a resilient...
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    Cannabis Breaks Free

    Part I: Hemp Policy Due to hemp's familial relationship with marijuana, individual states and the U.S. government began to criminalize all cannabis throughout...
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    Hemp’s Storied History

    Our Introduction to Hemp Thought to be the first domestically-cultivated plant, evidence of fabrics made from hemp date back 8,000 years to...

    The Collapse of the Middle

    Just as the economy has witnessed a shrinking Middle Class, one research firm believes the same trend will carry-over to farmers throughout the next 20 years....

    Yield Contests

    These grower-led competitions are a proving ground for new products and production practices. Genetics is seldom a limiting factor when it comes to...

    The Inspiring and Crazy Food Love Movement

    On the trip of a lifetime with the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists, Julie Deering tasted, witnessed and explored the shaping of a new food culture — one that...

    7 Trends to Watch

    The food and beverage industry is coming to life, invigorated by healthy eating, convenience, technology and brands with purpose. These are the trends that will shape the future of...

    Diving into the Mega-Merger Waters

    Expert weighs in on the Dow-Dupont, Bayer-Monsanto acquisitions. In 2015 and 2016, the headlines announcing the pending Dow-DuPont merger of equals and the Bayer-Monsanto merger were still wet on the...

    A Sunny Future for Sunflowers

    As demand for sunflower oil increases, the outlook for seeds is optimistic. At the start of 2019, U.S. sunflower growers have a generally optimistic outlook. Demand for sunflower seed has...
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    Tracking Turf Trends

    Yield, competition and regulations drive seed production and the turf market. When it comes to grass seed production, overall, if varieties are not excellent to very good yielders, then they...

    From Seed To Plate

    An unlikely partnership goes to extraordinary efforts to bring about the heritage and ancient grain movement in Arizona, adding flavor to the millennial diet. All Jeff Zimmerman wanted was a...
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    What Does the Future of the Seed Industry Look Like?

    Looking to the future causes anxiety about the economy, but do we really need to worry? What will the seed industry look like in 10 years? Will growers want more...