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    Since 1915: A Look Back at 1968

    A MOMENT IN TIME:  Our Jan. 12, 1968 issue highlighted the 22nd annual Hybrid Corn Industry-Research Conference held in Chicago. “Hybrid Interaction with Maturity, Population and Row Spacing” was discussed...

    Since 1915: A Look Back to March 1963

    The first issue of Seed World was published in 1915. Here the editors will take you back in time to explore the numbers, news and issues that impacted the...
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    Since 1915: Breaking Down International Trade Barriers

    TIMELINE 1931: New citrus fruit 'tangelo’ developed, a grapefruit and tangerine hybrid. 1943: Research to create fruit essences began; led to development of concentrated frozen apple and grape juices. 1955: Roma tomato...
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    Since 1915: A Look Back at July 1983

    A MOMENT IN TIME The cover of our July 1983 issue showed a scene from the Mont La Salle Vineyards in Napa, Calif. The Pacific Seedsmen’s Association held their annual...

    Since 1915: What if Consumers Don’t Love Biotech?

    A Moment In Time The cover of our August 1999 issue shows the process of analyzing corn protein using gel electrophoresis, “which is but one aspect of the biotechnology revolution...

    Since 1915: A Focus on Turfgrass

    A Moment in Time  A perennial ryegrass blend called Pleasure is used on an Arizona golf course. This issue focused on the latest in environmental turf research and turfgrass seed...

    Since 1915: The Alkali Bee

    A Moment in Time Pictured here: “The alkali bee, a lightweight champion with complete disregard for hard blows on the chin, is helping seed growers attain better alfalfa seed yields.”...

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    A MOMENT IN TIME: In this article from Seed World’s first year of publication nearly a century ago, the process of harvesting cucumber and muskmelon seed is detailed. At that time,...

    Since 1915: Take a Look Back at 1960

    A MOMENT IN TIME Dessert Seed Company of El Centro, California, sent these photographs of new onion varieties that the company had developed. Accompanying the pictures and descriptions was a...

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    A MOMENT IN TIME Farmers are hesitant to embrace biotech wheat, which is met with resistance from markets abroad. Japan and the European Union have threatened to purchase wheat seed...

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    A Moment in Time In honor of the American Seed Trade Association’s 1986 annual meeting held in San Diego, California, this cover showcases the coastal city’s beauty. The main photo was taken...
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    1943 Those New Sweet Corn Varieties By William L. Brown, Geneticist, Rogers Bros. Seed Company It has been predicted that the 1943 production of sweet corn will be...
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    1940 ASTA Convention in Chicago Chicago was chosen as the meeting place for the 1940 convention of the American Seed Trade Association. The dates set are June 24, 25, 26 and...
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    1915 1916 New Creations in the World of Plants To the student of nature, there is nothing so interesting as the birth of new types, the evolution of which is governed by...
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    1915 Handling Seed by Modern Methods Old-timers in the seed trade remember when clover seed was handled in barrels, as sugar is handled today. At that period other methods of handling...
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    1930  Seed Corn Best Dried Using a Small Stove Although Iowa’s corn crop is riper than usual this time of year, seed corn should be picked before September...
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    1915 American Seed Trade Association ConventionPresident Morse appointed as a transportation committee for the June convention at San Francisco S.F. Leonard, E.L. Page, W.S. Woodruff, Frank Leckenby and...
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    1915 Onion Seed Growing in CaliforniaSunny California is not only noted for its gold, its scenic and natural wonders, but has become very prominent as a source of...