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Date：Feb. 11, 2014 Category：Products
Bayer CropScience has installed a neonicotinoid wireworm defense in the latest version of its Raxil cereal seed treatment.
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Date：Nov. 15, 2013 Category：Companies
Monsanto has completed a EUR 27mn investment in its seed processing and conditioning plant in Sinesti, Ialomita County, Romania.
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Date：Dec. 14, 2012 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Despite protests last spring, the Rothamsted Research Institute plans to move forward with planting genetically modified wheat in Hertfordshire, England, in 201...
Date：Dec. 10, 2012 Category：Companies
Yara International, which earlier this week flagged a quest for acquisitions, on Friday revealed the purchase of Bunge's Brazilian fertilizer business, boosting...
Date：Aug. 27, 2012 Category：Markets
Production of all wheat in Canada was forecast up 7% from 2011, while canola outturn was expected up 9% and record high, Statistics Canada said Aug. 22 in its E...
Date：Jun. 14, 2012 Category：Markets
Ukraine sowed 19.3 million ha with spring cultures as of June 1 this year, which is 10.8% up against the same period of the previous year.
Date：Nov. 15, 2011 Category：Markets
Boosting co-operation between Tunisia and the European Union (EU) in the agricultural field was the focus of talks held on Saturday between Agriculture and Envi...
Date：Nov. 14, 2011 Category：Companies
Monsanto Co., the world's biggest seed company, said it is confident that farmers in Argentina will agree to start paying for genetically modified soybeans so t...
Date：Aug. 11, 2011 Category：Markets
About 30% of seed companies in China are producing and selling counterfeit seeds, state-run China Daily said, citing industry reports.
Date：Jun. 16, 2011 Category：Markets
Genetically modified rice has been spreading illegally for years in China, officials have admitted, triggering a debate on a sensitive aspect of the food securi...
Date：May. 27, 2011 Category：Markets
Two months of dry, hot weather will follow the cold spring, the state weather forecasting body confirmed for June-July. Currently, the country is being passed b...
Date：May. 17, 2011 Category：Markets
The Kenya Agricultural Research Institute has introduced rust disease-resistant wheat varieties that may boost crop yields, an official said.
The Tender Committee of the Ecology and Natural Resources Ministry has determined the company-operator for removal of aged and unfit pesticides from Ukraine - C...
Date：May. 9, 2011 Category：Markets
Belarus and Ukraine plan to set up joint enterprises this year to grow seeds of corn and alfalfa, Belarusian Agriculture and Food Minister Mikhail Rusyi told a ...
Date：May. 4, 2011 Category：Markets
UkrAgroConsult believes that rising prices for sunseed and sunoil on the global market in the 2010/11 season, late spring, smaller winter crops acreage and thei...
Even though wheat prices worldwide are strong and there is a possibility of problems during the Northern Hemisphere growing season, farmers in the southern Braz...
Date：May. 3, 2011 Category：Markets
Soy planting has started in Ukraine. According to information available as of April 21, this crop was planted to 42 Th ha, or 4% of its projected area (1138 Th ...
Date：Apr. 28, 2011 Category：Markets
Global wheat demand in 2010 reached an estimated 666 million tonnes. If the demand rate were to remain constant, global wheat consumption would surpass 880 tonn...
Date：Apr. 27, 2011 Category：Markets
The government is likely to achieve 24.2 million tones wheat production target against 25 million tones, showing a 3.2 percent shortfall of the target, sources ...
Date：Apr. 20, 2011 Category：Markets
Agriculturalists’ Association of Turkey (TZD) President İbrahim Yetkin has said Turkey will not need to import wheat this year unless an unforeseen event caus...