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INOCULANT MARKET GROWTH PROJECTION

HENNEFENT NAMED AS IFSI CHAIRMAN

DUPONT ANNOUNCES PRODUCTS FOR 2015

VALENT USA MAKES ANNOUNCEMENTS

VALENT BIOSCIENCES WINS AWARD

U.S. EPA APPROVES BAYER SEED TREATMENT

PURDUE ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT ACADEMY

PLANT HEALTH CARE & ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE SIGN AGREEMENT

NEW DIRECTOR NAMED FOR NCGA

NATIVE SEED TRENDS

DAN BASSE: DIM FORECAST FOR AG COMMODITIES

CENTER FOR FOOD INTEGRITY RELEASES RESULTS

ASTA UNVEILS NEW RESEARCH

AGBIOME PARTNERS WITH SYNGENTA BIOTECHNOLOGY

LEADER'S LETTER

SIGN UP NOW FOR ASTA MINI EDUCATIONAL UNIT

VERDESIAN LIFE SCIENCES EXPANDS SALES FORCE

USDA OPENS NETWORKING TOOL TO PUBLIC

U.S. FARMERS & RANCHERS ALLIANCE CEO SPEAKS

SYNGENTA TO MAKE OPERATIONAL CHANGES

SGS SEED LAB ADDS CVTs TO ROSTER

RESEARCH SHOWS $1.4 BILLION NEONIC VALUE

NEED FOR UNIFORMITY UNITES

MONSANTO & DOW TO CHALLENGE BAN

KAIIMA BIO-AGRITECH ESTABLISHES U.S. OPERATIONS

JUDGE BLOCKS MAUI COUNTY'S GM BAN

GREG RUEHLE NAMED PRESIDENT/CEO OF SERVI-TECH

EPA DELAYS RFS RULE

DOW AGROSCIENCES ANNOUNCES LAUNCH

CORN GROWERS NAME NEW DIRECTOR

AGMOBILE APP LAUNCHED

AG COALITION REACHES AGREEMENT

ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL MARKETING FILES PATENT



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DTN Crops News
Thursday, January 22, 2015 10:31AM CST
Helicoverpa armigera, a dangerous global pest that is closely related to the corn earworm, has been discovered in Puerto Rico, and experts say an invasion of the U.S. mainland is "just a matter of time."

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 12:09PM CST
With the markets tipping in the favor of beans, some growers are considering planting soybeans after soybeans this year, but agronomists, plant pathologists and weed scientists warn that the practice comes with a host of agronomic issues.

Friday, January 16, 2015 1:53PM CST
Researchers have developed GE wheat that yields far better under hot conditions, a wheat gene is tapped to rescue the dying American chestnut tree, and scientists identify the gene that helps plants naturally lower their arsenic levels.


 
 

 
 
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