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    Using Varieties and Genetics to Combat Wheat Production Challenges

    Wheat production faces numerous difficulties, from weather to profitability. Three experts explain how plant breeders are tackling these issues.  Wheat production challenges are...

    Technology Driving Change

    Rural America is facing different changes at every level, but the biggest influencer? Technology. From top to bottom, rural America is changing, and...

    Marilyn Warburton Works with Green, Moldy Corn and Loves Every Minute of It

    The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the University of California, Davis, teamed up to tackle an important topic: food safety. At the Breeding Crops...

    Hermann Bürstmayr on his Love of Wheat and the First International Wheat Congress

    The first International Wheat Congress will be held in Saskatoon, Sask., from July 21-26, 2019. The Congress is the first meeting of its kind. It will...
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    Michael Kantar on how Netflix is Changing Plant Breeding

    Michael Kantar sits down with Seed World's Marc Zienkiewicz to talk about his work at the University of Hawaii, how technologies like Netflix are changing plant breeding,...

    A World Without GMOs

    Imagining a world without genetically modified organisms isn’t hard to do, but researchers say the prospect is detrimental to both farmers and consumers. U.S. researchers have a mathematical model at...

    How Darwin’s Finches Made Stephanie Sjoberg Want to be a Plant Breeder

    Marc Zienkiewicz chats with NAPB Borlaug Scholar Stephanie Sjoberg about her research on winter wheat and how Charles Darwin's famous finches inspired her to breed plants. Interview...

    Advancing Seed Coatings and Polymers

    With the increased demands being place on the seed, this niche sector of the industry is set for rapid growth. More and more, seed is seen as the delivery mechanism...

    Jessica Chitwood-Brown has a Tomato Seed Time Machine, Doesn’t Think Ketchup and Mustard Should...

    At the 9th annual meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeders that began today in Pine Mountain, Georgia, Seed World's Marc Zienkiewicz sat down with Borlaug...

    Maeli Melotto Thinks Bringing Food Safety and Plant Breeding Together Can Create Solutions

    From June 5-6, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the University of California, Davis, teamed up to tackle an important topic: food safety. At...

    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...

    GENETICS vs. TRAITS

    When selling seed balance customer priorities and potential. With tighter margins and constantly-evolving pest and disease issues, growers are looking to fine-tune their 2015 seed order. With those considerations, among...

    RRXtend Spray App Delivers More Options in 2019

    Vital information at the touch of button — that’s what the RRXtend Spray App offers to farmers and applicators and, in 2019, this tool will have newly expanded features.

    Accelerating Innovation

    New developments in seed-applied technologies are fostering sustainability while helping more farmers achieve agricultural success. The recent consolidation in the global seed industry has...

    Get an Early Start on Reclaiming Fields from Resistant Weeds

    Iowa soybean farmer Jon Freese is sold on the importance of early-season weed control, especially now that he’s witnessed the effectiveness of Bayer Crop Science’s XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip...

    Gail Taylor Wants Watercress to Be the Next Kale

    This past week, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and University of California, Davis, teamed up to tackle an important topic: food safety. At the...