Whatever Else Happens, Farmers Have Tremendous Worth

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"We can't make the perfect be the enemy of the good."

Growers Caught in GMO Debate

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Genetically engineered sugarbeets were introduced 10 years ago and have allowed farmers to grow more beets on less land and with less water.

Irrigation Association Offers Classroom Resources

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From pumps to precipitation rates and soils to sprinkler spacing, the Irrigation Association has a classroom resource focused on what you want to learn more about.

Betaseed Awards Scholarship

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Betaseed, Inc. announces Ashlynn Haun as its 2018 scholarship winner in the Western Sugar South area. Haun was awarded a $500 scholarship.

Cordoba Technologies Wins Vector Award

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New Hummingbird technology reduces agricultural chemical use by robotizing center pivots

Tiger-Sul Reopens Alabama Plant

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Tiger-Sul, the world leader in the production of sulfur bentonite fertilizers, celebrated the return of the company’s plant in Atmore, Ala., Tuesday with a grand reopening ceremony.

Choosing the Right Sprinkler

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Not all sprinklers are created equal, and not all growers’ needs are the same. The right sprinkler can have a huge impact for a number of specific reasons.

USDA Taking Hands-Off Approach to GE Crops

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Agency's hands-off approach to gene-edited crops could revolutionize research and development.

Sugarbeet Planting Ahead of 2017

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North Dakota up 19 percent on five-year average

Passing Farm Bill May Require Sugar Policy Revamp

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Representative Virginia Foxx, a North Carolina Republican, said Monday she has the votes to pass an amendment that would eliminate production limits that keep sugar prices higher for growers.

Minnesota Grower's Wife Joins Food Network

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Molly Yeh, best known for her popular blog and bestselling cookbook, is getting her own show this summer on the Food Network.

Evaluating Soil Health Indicators on a Continental Scale

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The Soil Health Institute has released the initial methods cooperating scientists will use to assess soil health indicators as they move toward standardization of soil health measurements.

Trimble Adds New Features to Drive Productivity

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Crop Health Imagery, Work Orders features added to software

Opinion: Sugar Growers Don't Have Sweet Deal

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American sugar farmers are the most efficient in the world. But we can’t do it alone.

New Product: Gold Leaf by Plater Bio

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Industry’s first liquid fertilizer to contain every essential plant nutrient