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Damon Palmer Full InterviewEnlist Technology One Step Closer Recently, the USDA announced the completion of its Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the Enlist corn and...

Kevin Cool of Beck's Hybrids Gives East Central Indiana Harvest Update After this weekend, it’s safe to say harvest is in full gear. Crop reports...

Brazilian Harvest May Affect US Soybean Prices   According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s estimates - Brazilian farmers harvested approximately 3.012-billion bushels of soybeans this...

Seed Consultants Crop Update from Farm Science Review   Heading into the last full week of September, conversations have been buzzing about when crops will be...

  Extremely dry conditions in late August and September have not only reduced corn and soybean yields in Indiana, but will make harvest conditions...

  Dupont Pioneer 75 Year Celebration Paul Shickler Full Interview   Last week, hundreds of farmers gathered for the 75 Year Celebration of Dupont Pioneer at its Tipton...

  Soybean futures prices rallied Monday on the concern that the hot, dry weather was hurting yields.  Crop condition ratings both nationally and in Indiana...

Heating Oil Big Market for Soy Biodiesel   Right now most people are focused on their  air conditioning; but, come January, homeowners will want to have...

  Indiana corn was rated at 81% good to excellent in this week's USDA crop update report. Soybeans were put at 71% good to excellent....

The U.S. corn crop remains in good condition despite slow progress toward maturity, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report released today. While...

The ROI of Using Fungicides This Year in Indiana With corn and soybean prices sharply lower than they were a year ago, many growers are...

Expanded Panama Canal - Positive for US Soy Exports A looming deadline is fast approaching for U.S. soy’s competitive advantage. By the end of December,...

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  During the next five years, U.S. college graduates will find good employment opportunities if they have expertise in food, agriculture, renewable natural resources, or the environment. Between...

Skyrocketing wheat demand, sparked by World War I, incentivized farmers in the Great Plains to plow up millions of acres of prairie to plant...

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