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    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...

    Plants Don’t Think, They Grow: The Case Against Plant Consciousness

    If a tree falls, and no one's there to hear it, does it feel pain and loneliness? No, experts argue in an opinion article publishing on July...

    Cover Crop Corner: It’s Time to Ditch Dixie

    Plant breeding improvements have given the industry better alternatives to industry standard cover crop varieties When Dixie Crimson Clover was released in 1953, its...

    How CIOPORA Protects IP for Asexually Reproduced Horticultural Plant Varieties

    The International Community of Breeders of Asexually Reproduced Horticultural Plants (CIOPORA) brings together plant breeders, national breeder associations, intellectual property experts and consultants from 27 countries, whose...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...
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    Ceres Imaging Announces an Expanded Platform Partnership Agreement with The Climate Corporation

    Ceres Imaging, an aerial spectral imagery and analytics company that improves decision making by providing farmers a comprehensive view of their farm, announced an expanded platform partnership...

    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...

    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...

    From Science to Seed

    Extensively researched and tested, when it comes to bird repellents you won’t find a better success story than this. What starts...

    Plants grow less in hotter temperatures

    Plants have developed a robust system that stops their cell cycle in hostile environments such as abnormally hot temperatures. In response, they direct their energy to survival...

    Insect-Deterring Sorghum Compounds May Be Eco-Friendly Pesticide

    Compounds produced by sorghum plants to defend against insect feeding could be isolated, synthesized and used as a targeted, nontoxic insect deterrent, according to researchers who studied...