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Senators Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Jim Talent (R-MO) yesterday introduced the National Food and Agriculture Act of 2006, which would boost investment in food and agriculture research. The legislation is based on USDA task force recommendations.
Senate leaders this week reached a deal to revive a comprehensive immigration reform bill that could conceivably be passed before Memorial Day. The Senate will begin debating the bill, which includes provisions for immigrants working in agriculture, early
Soybean growers have another tool to use against soilborne diseases. Bayer CropScience announced earlier this week the introduction of Trilex AL seed-applied fungicide for soybeans.
Fundamentally, the market is focused on tomorrow morning's USDA reports. There will be the first survey-based winter wheat crop estimate. The average guess for the crop is 1.373 billion bushels, compared with last year's 1.499 billion bushel crop.
Some members of Congress want America to get serious about producing and using our own domestic fuel supply from corn, soybeans, and biomass. Thursday, a group of Democratic members of the House of Representatives announced support for a bill that would re
As the Brazilian soy export season continues, farmers stall soy transport to ports,
the Transcar Maritime Shipping Agency said.
Auction expert Greg Peterson has 75 categories of equipment in his auction database, from ATVs to V-rippers. But one of the largest categories is labeled, "Miscellaneous." There are more than 3,700 items in that category. Take a look at some of the more un
Leave it to kids to come up with the scientific answer to a question about new technology. In response to a recent news item on ethanol's efficiency, Agriculture Online heard from a Virginia man whose daughter recently won the Virginia State Science and En
Syngenta Seeds was the winner in a federal district court ruling on Wednesday regarding the glyphosate-tolerant corn trait GA21. A summary judgment ruling by the U.S. District Court in Wilmington, Delaware, ruled Syngenta did not infringe Monsanto's patent
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