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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...

    Ag Groups Support USDA’s Proposed Biotech Framework

    Organizations and associations look forward to a vastly different approach when it comes to how plant breeding innovations are regulated, but as the old saying goes,...
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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...

    Cover Your Bases with Cover Crops

    As the demand for cover crops increases, it’s time to learn the basics about how to effectively use and manage them.  In the...
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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...

    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...

    NAPB Grows to Meet the Future

    The National Association of Plant Breeders holds its biggest-ever meeting as its growing membership works to tackle the challenges posed by regulatory and climate changes.

    Battling Gluten From the Field

    Clemson University researcher Sachin Rustgi searches for solutions to celiac disease.  Wheat has long history of challenges, ranging from drought to pests to...

    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.
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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...

    Open Source Seed, a Hoax or a Wake-Up Call?

    “Open source” is a trend in various industries. It started to take root in the software industry (Mozilla), followed by biotechnology (CAMBIA) and publishing, where the creative...

    Protecting What Needs to be Protected

    How does agriculture affect different endangered species in the U.S.? How are seed companies trying to help? Experts explain. Crops, vegetables or flowers...

    Making Mini Meadows: Q&A with Mike Lizotte

    Mike Lizotte, owner and managing partner of American Meadows and author of Mini Meadows, shares how a meadow can be created anywhere — from a rolling...

    Protecting Pollinators: The Stewardship Cycle

    Properly stewarding the land means properly using crop protection products.  Stewardship. Leaving the land in better shape than it started isn’t as simple...

    Is a Lack of Dietary Diversity the Next Challenge in the Developing World?

    Often, I think back to my time teaching agriculture at a secondary school in Samoa, a Pacific Island nation northeast of Australia. When you would sit down...

    Festulolium, the Best of Both Worlds

    How a cross between two grasses can fill a niche. Festuca and Lolium are two of the most valuable grass genera, which both...

    The Trend is Your Friend … Until It’s Not

    There’s a saying among investors: “The trend is your friend.” Meaning, you can capitalize on the sentiment of the moment by putting your money into what’s trending...