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Date：Aug. 14, 2019 Category：Regulations
California has no plans to change its rule that certain products containing the herbicide glyphosate require warnings to consumers that it could cause cancer, d...
Date：Aug. 14, 2019 Category：Markets
A turnabout in India’s monsoon has helped offset the rain deficit, providing relief to farmers who have begun crop sowing. 21 out of the country’s 36 sub-divi...
Date：Aug. 1, 2019 Category：Companies
Bayer AG Chief Executive Officer Werner Baumann said he'd consider a "financially reasonable" settlement of litigation over the weedkiller Roundup as the caselo...
Date：Jul. 31, 2019 Category：Markets
Indonesia’s rice crop is at risk of damage from an unusually long dry weather spell that’s gripped several producing regions, raising prospects of elevated im...
Date：Jul. 15, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner said glyphosate herbicide probably won’t have enough support to gain re-authorization for use in the European Union...
Date：May. 30, 2019 Category：Regulations
The Environmental Protection Agency has canceled registration of a dozen pesticides, from a class of chemicals known to harm bees.
Date：May. 10, 2019 Category：Regulations
Nigeria approved two genetically modified varieties of cotton for use by the nation’s farmers to help boost supply to its textile industry and cut lint imports...
Date：Apr. 23, 2019 Category：Markets
China didn’t follow proper procedures when it imposed trade restrictions on agricultural imports, the World Trade Organization said on Thursday in a ruling tha...
Date：Mar. 14, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
For six generations, Ben Riensche’s family has tended corn and soybeans outside Jesup, a town of 2,500 on the windswept plains of eastern Iowa.
Date：Mar. 5, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Scientists in Dubai are developing crops like quinoa that can thrive in the salty soils intruding into the world’s croplands. Winning over enough people to eat...
Date：Mar. 5, 2019 Category：Companies
Farmers Business Network, Inc.
Farmers don’t have a reputation for skewing to the political left, but just get them talking about seeds. At an expo center on the outskirts of Memphis one gra...
Date：Feb. 26, 2019 Category：Markets
China has committed to buying more U.S. soybeans, a good sign of progress on trade talks between the nations, according to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.
Date：Jan. 2, 2019 Category：Companies
Dhanuka Agritech Ltd. expects its operating margin to fall and profit level to remain “flattish” in the financial year 2019 due to a volatile rupee and higher...
Date：Dec. 28, 2018 Category：Science&Research
These days everything from cookies to orange juice carry labels boasting that they’re GMO free – a marketing ploy that assumes consumers still hate, fear or a...
Date：Dec. 12, 2018 Category：Science&Research
A growing number of honey bees die each year due to pesticides, vanishing habitats, poor nutrition and climate change, with potentially disastrous consequences ...
Date：Dec. 7, 2018 Category：Markets
Chinese officials have begun preparing to restart imports of U.S. soybeans and liquefied natural gas, the first sign confirming the claims of President Donald T...
Date：Nov. 28, 2018 Category：Markets
The South American nation has risen to become the top buyer of U.S. beans in the last three months as China looks elsewhere in an escalating trade war with the ...
Date：Oct. 23, 2018 Category：Companies
Bayer AG failed to persuade a California state judge to set aside a jury’s verdict in the first trial over allegations that its Roundup weed killer causes canc...
Date：Oct. 15, 2018 Category：Companies
Crushers in Brazil are running out of soybeans amid tougher competition from Chinese buyers for the remaining 2017-18 season supplies. Brazilian crushers have b...
Date：Oct. 12, 2018 Category：Companies
Bayer AG is considering a sale of its animal-health business as it scrutinizes its portfolio in the aftermath of the $63 billion Monsanto Co. acquisition, peopl...