NFWF Announces $10.2 Million In Grants To Cultivate Conservation Practices On Agricultural Lands

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Washington, D.C. -- The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced $10.2 million in new grants to help agricultural producers implement voluntary conservation practices on farms and ranches across 14 states. The grants will leverage more than

Polaris Elevates The Best-Selling Side-By-Side Of All Time With The 2025 Full-Size Ranger Lineup

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Minneapolis – Polaris Off Road, the world leader in powersports and off-road innovation, announced a wide range of owner-inspired upgrades to its class-leading full-size RANGER lineup.

Staying On Top With Sugarbeets

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Travel through pockets of west central Minnesota or the Red River Valley and it quickly becomes clear that sugarbeets are an essential part of the state’s agricultural profile.

Campbell Tractor Co. Brings Swiss Precision Sprayer to Idaho, Oregon Farmers

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Campbell Tractor Co., a long-standing John Deere dealer since 1940, has partnered with Ecorobotix to introduce the ARA ultra-high precision sprayer to Idaho and Oregon.

America’s Farmers Counting On Farm Bill Passage

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America’s farmers and ranchers are counting on Congress to pass a new, modernized Farm Bill. That was the message delivered by the chair of American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, Kevin Lussier, who testified before the Senate Agricultu

GROWMARK To Acquire St. Louis-Based Chemical Manufacturer AgraForm

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Bloomington, Ill. – GROWMARK announced it has signed a letter of intent to acquire AgraForm, LLC., a leading agrichemical manufacturing company located in St. Louis, Missouri. Terms of the deal, expected to close at the end of June, were not disclosed.

“Sugar Beets Are Sweet …”

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In this week's Throwback Thursday, these two men survey a sugar beet field in 1936. During WWII, sugar beets became a high-demand crop.

Syngenta Opens Rights To Genome-Editing And Breeding Technologies To Boost Agricultural Innovation

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Basel, Switzerland-- Syngenta Group will provide rights to selected genome-editing and breeding technologies for academic research globally, as part of its commitment to foster innovation and drive sustainability in agriculture. These rights are accessibl

Betaseed Awards Scholarships To Michigan Students

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In May 2024, Betaseed awarded $1,000 scholarships to each of its annual winners in the Michigan growing region. Congratulations to these three hard-working students: Addison Hagen, Courtney Puvalowski and Derek Schornack.

Derek Neilson, Head Of The Agricultural Segment At CNH, To Step Down

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Basildon - CNH Industrial N.V. announces that it has accepted Derek Neilson's request to leave the company later this year to pursue a new entrepreneurial project outside of the sector, after 25 years of dedicated service.

End Of May/Early June Sugarbeet Crop Update From Across U.S.

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The USDA NASS has provided an update on the 2024 U.S. sugarbeet crop progress in its weekly crop progress report (https://www.nass.usda.gov/) from last week. Here’s a sample of what the latest report showed.

5 Things To Consider Before Collecting Plant Tissue Samples

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Interpreting plant tissue reports can be challenging due to variation in tissue concentrations from one field to the next. Plant tissue sampling has been used for years to help diagnose potential nutrient deficiencies in fields. Variations in nutrient con

IDWR Director Issues Curtailment Order For Six ESPA Groundwater Districts; Order Affects Groundwater Users Whose Water Rights Are Junior To March 31, 1954

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Boise - In the ongoing Surface Water Coalition’s conjunctive administration delivery call, Idaho Department of Water Resources Director Mathew Weaver issued a final curtailment order, finding that six groundwater districts were deficient in complying with

Newhouse Leads Legislative Package Protecting The Lower Snake River Dams

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Congressman Dan Newhouse (WA-04) and his colleagues introduced a package of nine bills to protect the four Lower Snake River Dams following the release of the final package of actions and commitments in the Columbia River System Operations (CRSO) mediatio

British Sugar Successfully Concludes Record Breaking Campaign

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The 2023/24 sugarbeet campaign has finally concluded with Cantley slicing the last sugarbeet on Friday 19 April. British Sugar’s four factories processed over eight million tonnes of sugar beet during the campaign from September 2023 through to April 2024

MSU AgBioResearch, MSU Extension To Host Field Days Around The State This Summer

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East Lansing, Mich. — From June to September 2024, Michigan State University Extension and MSU AgBioResearch will host a series of field days on campus and at research and extension centers across Michigan.