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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Mar. 24, 2020 Category：Markets
The coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented disruption to US and global economies. Leaders with the University of Illinois hosted a webinar to discuss the...
Date：Oct. 28, 2019 Category：Markets
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri has introduced legislation that would move most federal agencies out of Washington, D.C. including the entire Department of...
Date：Sep. 30, 2019 Category：Markets
China made a few appearances in the USDA's weekly export sales report. For the week ending September 19th, the USDA says China was the leading weekly buyer of U...
Date：Aug. 12, 2019 Category：Products
Environmental groups are again suing the EPA over the pesticide chlorpyrifos.
Date：Jun. 14, 2019 Category：Regulations
The Illinois Department of Agriculture announced recently it will extend the deadline for dicamba application on soybeans in Illinois for the 2019 growing seaso...
Date：May. 30, 2019 Category：Markets
Last week was another slow one for corn and soybean planting in most states as wet weather and flooding continued to impede progress.
Date：Feb. 11, 2019 Category：Markets
The USDA has tightened the domestic balance sheets for soybeans and corn in the first major set of numbers since the shutdown. Corn ending stocks were down slig...
Date：Jan. 2, 2019 Category：Markets
China's Ministry of Finance says it will remove import tariffs on more than 700 goods beginning January 1st.
Date：Dec. 7, 2018 Category：Markets
U.S. soybean sales to the European Union have risen sharply. The European Commission says in the last five months, 3.7 million metric tons of U.S. beans have go...
Date：Oct. 31, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Analysts are pondering what the election of far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro as Brazil's new president might mean for that country's agricultural industry.
Date：Aug. 28, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
It’s official. Nearly two years from the day it was announced Monsanto would merge with Bayer Crop Science, Bayer executives met with a select group of reporte...
Date：Aug. 14, 2018 Category：Products
The CEO of CropLife America (CLA) says he hopes the U.S. EPA will consider all avenues of appeal for a court ruling that orders the ban of the pesticide chlorpy...
Date：Jun. 26, 2018 Category：Products
The University of Missouri Weed Science Department has compiled dicamba soybean injury reports this season from university weed scientists and acreage is higher...
Date：Jun. 25, 2018 Category：Companies
Researchers are finding ways to reduce dust from treated seeds, helping to protect pollinator habitat and other sensitive crops.
Date：May. 31, 2018 Category：Markets
The end is in sight for 2018 U.S. corn planting, with generally warmer and drier conditions in many key growing areas helping the pace pick up steam after a slo...
Date：Mar. 19, 2018 Category：Companies
The president of Syngenta Seeds says as industry mergers continue, the company is aggressively seeking acquisitions.
Date：Jan. 5, 2018 Category：Regulations
No changes to the recommended regulations in Arkansas on 2018 dicamba use have been made by the Arkansas State Plant Board or the board's pesticide committee, a...
Date：Jan. 2, 2018 Category：Markets
A tax specialist with American Farm Bureau says the tax overhaul signed into law by President Trump will result in lower taxes paid by the vast majority of farm...
Date：Nov. 28, 2017 Category：Regulations
The Indiana Pesticide Review Board has restricted all pesticides containing dicamba concentrations of 6.5 percent or more that are intended for agricultural-use...
Date：Oct. 31, 2017 Category：Markets
BASF Crop Protection USA
New data from BASF suggests the use of generic or off-label dicamba products may have been widespread in Arkansas in 2017.