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Check in with 2014 Commodity Classic

Jeff Caldwell 02/28/2014 @ 10:18am Multimedia Editor for Agriculture.com and Successful Farming magazine.

The corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum world is based deep in the heart of Texas this week with the convening of 2014 Commodity Classic in San Antonio. Technology, agronomy, policy and more are taking center stage as the national commodity groups for those crops gather to take stock of their industry and look ahead to the next year and the critical issues and conditions they'll face. See some of Agriculture.com's coverage of the proceedings and events this week.


 

Deputy Ag Secretary says USDA not staffing up

USDA's Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Krysta Harden got a standing ovation from old friends at the American Soybean Association at the Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas Thursday...and questions about how local FSA offices will implement the farm bill.


Herbicide-resistant weeds, farmer blogs, and more

What's keeping large farmers up at night? So why aren't you seeing that next new herbicide mode of action? So how do you control herbicide-resistant weeds? Are you confused about how to analyze data taken on your fields? Answer these questions and more at this year's Commodity Classic!


 

New iron tools on display at Classic

As the 19th Annual Commodity Classic, a record crowd flooded the trade show floor to learn what companies were showcasing. Here are a few highlights of what's hot on the trade show floor this year.

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