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The latest from the Classic
New tools & technology, predictions for the industry's future and how policy will affect agriculture are all big features of this week's Commodity Classic taking place in Kissimmee, Florida. Here are some of our editors' latest gleanings from the annual meetup of farmers, major commodity group delegates and agribusiness leaders.
See some of the latest new tools and technology rolling out at this year's Commodity Classic trade show!
- Farmers weigh in: Drought or not in 2013?
- Also: What's new at Commodity Classic 2013?
- From the policy side: Vilsack outlines ag's sequester hits
A growing world population that wants (and can pay) for your products. Non-traditional labor sources. And biological products that protect your crops from pests. Those are just some of the agricultural trends you’ll see. Here’s a glance at these and other trends discussed at this week’s Bayer Crop Science Ag Issues Forum that’s being held prior to the Commodity Classic in Kissimmee, Florida.
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- Field data is the farmer's, says Deere
- Soybean board promotes healthier oil
- New tire roll-out uses soyoil
- Video: Gathering up crop residue
- Also: Ag apps gaining momentum
- New weather service for agriculture
- Irrigation in new territory
- Tech innovations from John Deere
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