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UT scientist receives national honor
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Neil Rhodes, weed science professor and head of the University of Tennessee Department of Plant
NFU launches farm preservation campaign
BILLINGS, Mont. – The National Farmers Union is taking some big steps to try to make sure America's family farmers and
Pesticide Applicator Stewardship Program set
Specialists from the Mississippi and Arkansas Cooperative Extension Services will conduct Pesticide Applicator
Pesticide Applicator Stewardship Program scheduled
Specialists from the Mississippi and Arkansas Cooperative Extension Services will conduct Pesticide Applicator
USDA reopens comments for BSE rules
WASHINGTON – USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announced that it is reopening the comment period on the
Review examines Asian rust potential
How much risk is there that Asian soybean rust could be accidentally introduced into the United States? “A significant
Louisiana growers pushing to open Iraqi rice markets
Louisiana's Commissioner of Agriculture is pressuring U.S. officials to open the doors to Iraq's rice markets. We in
D&PL: 'Spread planting dates, maturities'
SCOTT, Miss. – As U.S. cotton producers begin to plant the 2004 crop, agronomists advise you to minimize risks and
'Spread planting dates, maturities'
SCOTT, Miss. – As U.S. cotton producers begin to plant the 2004 crop, agronomists advise you to minimize risks and
Soybean group disappointed in trade restrictions
ST. LOUIS – The American Soybean Association says it is “extremely disappointed” in the onerous record keeping and
Farm groups: Don't cut agriculture
WASHINGTON – Thirteen farm organizations today urged congressional budget writers to oppose cuts to agricultural
Hands-free steering for 'Gators'
WESTMINSTER, Colo. – Beeline Technologies announces new steering platforms for aftermarket product Arro, which include
USDA releases rice, peanut payments
WASHINGTON – Rice and peanut producers should soon receive their second counter-cyclical program payments for the
U.S. soybean growers applaud China ruling
ST. LOUIS – The American Soybean Association says it welcomes news that China will now allow imports of genetically
China approves GM safety certificates
WASHINGTON – Chinese government officials announced they have approved permanent safety certificates for several grains
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