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U.S. hard red winter wheat ending stocks are 311 million bushels, a crops marketing specialist said.
Federal agencies have officially linked cyberattacks on the U.S. ag sector to a group with Russian ties.
Stalk test nitrate-N values at 2000 ppm or higher indicate much unused N by corn and high potential nitrate recycling from the stalks to the soil.
More than 80 organizations filed formal objections to the Aug. 30 rule to revoke all tolerances of chlorpyrifos.
For 30 years, PI 88788 has been the most commonly used source of resistance, with more than 95% of the varieties available for use containing PI 88788.
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An educator discusses why sleep is so important during harvest and provides tips on how to get better rest.
Trade Representative Katherine Tai explains the importance of realigning trade policies to defend the interests of farmers and producers.
The Hefty brothers discuss the importance of plants in relation to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
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