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A new farm bill, specialty crops and onerous government regulations

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Cotton’s biggest fan – human skin

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Apr 18, 2013

Will the EPA become more farmer friendly?1

On Tuesday (April 16), the EPA’s senior agricultural counsel said clean energy and building bridges with the farming/ranching community will be....More
Apr 15, 2013

Demon seeds: Searching for the planet's hottest pepper

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Swimming pigs, giant cat-eating spiders

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A buyer’s market for urea?

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