European Parliament Votes To Support Proposal For The Regulation Of New Genomic Techniques

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San Diego -- Cibus, a leading agricultural technology company that develops and licenses plant traits to seed companies, welcomes the vote of the European Parliament on 7 February in favour of new legislation for New Genomic Techniques (NGTs). Cibus appla

Northwest Agricultural Cooperative Council Recognizes Legislators

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The Northwest Agriculture Cooperative Council representing local and regional cooperatives in the Pacific Northwest recently joined forces with the FFA organization to host the annual NWACC/FFA Cenarrusa Day on the Hill event in Boise.

Strategic Farming: Adjuvants For Maximizing Herbicide Efficacy

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On Feb. 14, 2024, Joseph Ikley, NDSU Extension weed management specialist and Greg Dahl, retired Winfield adjuvant development advisor joined UMN Extension crops educator Dave Nicolai for a wide-ranging discussion of herbicide adjuvants and how best to us

Presidents Who Share Our Love Of Farming

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It’s no surprise that President Lincoln, a frontier farmer, transformed the American agricultural system by founding the Department of Agriculture and passing the Homestead Act.

Montana State To Host Inaugural Montana Agritourism Conference May 3

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Bozeman – The Montana State University College of Agriculture and Montana Agritourism Fellows Program will host a new conference focused on the confluence of agriculture and tourism on Friday, May 3, on the MSU campus.

Syngenta Partners With CropX As A Key Sustainability Solution

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San Francisco – CropX Technologies, a global leader in digital farm management, and Syngenta, a global leader in seeds and crop protection products, are teaming up to improve the sustainability and yield strength of Syngenta’s seed suppliers in the Americ

Sucro Announces Plans For New Cane Sugar Refinery In Chicago Adding New Specialty Domestic Capacity To Growing, Underserved U.S. Market

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Coral Gables, Florida – Sucro Limited, an integrated sugar company focused primarily on serving the North American market, today announced plans to construct a new cane sugar refinery in the Greater Chicago Area to address the growing and underserved U.S.

Precision Agriculture: Benefits And Challenges For Technology Adoption And Use

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Precision agriculture uses technologies such as GPS or automation to make farms more efficient. For example, farmers can use auto-steering equipment to precisely plant a field, and activity monitors can help dairy farmers collect data about their cows' he

Simplot Fertilizer, Potato Plants Earn Prestigious Recognition For Energy Efficiency

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A sustainable business. A healthy planet. A responsibility to all. Purposeful actions that benefit our world and the bottom line ensure successful operations at Simplot now and well into the future.

Net-Zero Climate-Control Policies Will Fail The Farm

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Federal policymakers are pursuing expensive climate-control and emissions policies that have largely failed in Europe—and the American farm and household will be required to pay for them.

Ag Census Shows Idaho Lost 2,119 Farms

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Pocatello – Idaho lost 2,119 farms, or 8.5 percent of its total farms, between 2017 and 2022, according to the 2022 Census of Agriculture.

Bulk Bag Filler Upgrade Targets The Bottom Line

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Manufacturers in the food and beverage sector continually seek methods to boost their operational efficiency and are prepared to invest in superior machinery when the expected returns justify the expenditure. However, the potential advantages of upgrading

Census Of Agriculture Reveals Rich Data

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This week a window opens on agriculture that is revealed just once every five years.

USDA Releases Updated Equity Action Plan

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Washington – Today, as we near the first anniversary of President Biden’s Executive Order on Further Advancing Racial Equity and Support to Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the release of

TFI: Tightening Of Air Standards Will Hamper Fertilizer Production, Economic Growth

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Arlington, VA – The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) expressed alarm with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) lowering of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for fine particulate matter. According to TFI, this change will lead to permitt

Regenertive Organic Agriculture Mixture Improves Soil Health, Water Retention And Reduces Fertilizer, Pesticide Use

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NaturaSolve the all-natural solution for sustainable soil health and regenerative agriculture has announced the new versions of its non GMO products for soil health and water remediation.