Magazine

January 2017

Discover how Todd Martin is getting creative with member benefits, and paving the way for independents to do business better. You’ll also learn that size isn’t everything as we look at how brothers Bryan and Greg Gerard are building JoMar Seeds from the ground up. Shifting gears, we grill experts about whether seed treatments are really worth the cost in this tight commodity environment. They say seed treatments pay dividends — find out why. And what we love about this issue is its focus on INNOVATION. We dig into everything from the use of artificial intelligence to predict disease and pest outbreaks to using pennycress as a jet fuel, plus a new technology that could make drones obsolete for plant breeders. What’s that you say? Check it out!
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Seed World Visits: BASF Limburgerhof, Germany

Marc Zienkiewicz visits BASF’s Limburgerhof, Germany facility.
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Bruce Ceranske (Legacy Seeds) Opportunity in Fallout of Mergers, Positive Connections with End Users

Bruce Ceranske (Legacy Seeds) speaks with Shawn Brook at ASTA CSS 2016 & Seed Expo.

Size Isn’t Everything

In an age of mergers and multinationals, JoMar Seeds Solutions’ increasing market share proves there is room in the seed licensing business for small independents. In mid-September, the United States...