Indiana grain farm incomes are expected to tumble 30% in 2014 and
another 35% in 2015, even including government payments under the new farm
bill, Purdue University forecasts.
See DTN Ag News. BCosts Slow to Realign...
Halloween is a perfect time to channel Stephen King and imagine the
start of a year-long experiment. The results could be frightening.
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International conference pegs resistance as one of the big challenges
facing agriculture across the world.
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In this week's Crop Tech Corner, researchers produce orange-colored
corn with sight-saving capabilities, another Bt-soybean trait is deregulated in
the U.S., and a government researcher is taking a closer look at frozen oats.
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Soybean planting in Brazil's south remains behind schedule, although
the delays are small and will not have an impact on yields. The market
anxiously awaits planting figures for Mato Grosso, the No. 1 soybean state,
where field work is expected to have progressed quickly this week after a month
of delays due to dry weather.
See DTN Ag News. BS. Brazil Soy Planting Lags...