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Less Than 30 Days Left to Nominate for Annual Soy Recognition Awards

ST. LOUIS, MO -The American Soybean Association (ASA) wants to recognize exceptional soy volunteers and leaders—and we need your help. During ASA’s annual awards banquet, individuals will be recognized and honored for state association volunteeri... Read More

Bayer donates Living Billboards Harvest to St. Louis Area Foodbank

For the past month, motorists travelling along St. Louis' two major highways have witnessed a feast of lush, leafy collards, kale and chard growing on two "living billboards" featuring the iconic St. Louis Arch standing tall in front of the downtown ... Read More

Business Groups Criticize Strategy to Keep Upping the Tariff Ante Between US, China

OMAHA  -- In the latest round of tariffs, China responded Tuesday to the U.S. by announcing new 5% to 10% tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods after President Donald Trump late Monday announced similar tariffs on roughly $200 billion in goods from C... Read More

Caskey to Join NCGA as Vice President of Communications

(ST. LOUIS) -- The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) today announced that Neil Caskey has been selected to serve as NCGA Vice President of Communications, beginning Monday, October 15. Caskey will build upon the organization’s ongoing comm... Read More

U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Attracts International Buyers

International soy and grain buyers, transportation representatives and officials, agriculture producers, government officials and industry experts all gathered at the U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange in Kansas City, Mo. August 28–30. Before headin... Read More

Plan now to avert wheat stem rust threat

MANHATTAN, Kan. — If you’ve attended a K-State Research and Extension wheat plot tour in the last few years, you might remember the K-State Specialist mentioning the dangers of stem rust and the increasing use of susceptible varieties. Although t... Read More

Lack of Pacific Northwest Export Bids Keeping New-Crop Soybean Basis in the Cellar

The trade war between the U.S. and China has now gone on for over two months, and while recent reports say there are expectations for another meeting "soon," between the two countries, no meeting has been officially announced. Now, with President Don... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress Report

OMAHA  -- In its first soybean harvest report of the season, USDA's National Ag Statistics Service estimated that 6% of the U.S. crop was harvested as of Sunday, Sept. 16, 3 percentage points ahead of the five-year average, according to the agency's... Read More

Cleaning, Maintenance of Grain Storage Helps Maintain Quality, Value

It may feel like only yesterday that you were doing spring cleaning, but the amber waves of grain outside my window tell me how much time has passed. Hopefully, all the seeds you've sown have grown into mature crops, and that harvest is only weeks aw... Read More

Stalk Rot Diseases in Nebraska Corn Fields

Various stalk rot diseases have been confirmed in samples from corn fields across Nebraska. Stalk rot diseases and the pathogens that cause them are common in corn fields. They can weaken corn stalks leading to stalk lodging, breakage, and harv... Read More

Grain everywhere

 Throughout most of the Sunflower State, fall crops wait for combines to begin harvest. Abundant rainfall during the last week of August and the first 10 days of September stopped any attempts to cut dry-land corn. Water stands in low places in fie... Read More

Rain Forecast Targets Northern Midwest

OMAHA (DTN) -- It's the northern Midwest's turn in the spotlight for potential harvest delays from heavy rainfall. Moderate to heavy rain is forecast during most of Monday through Saturday, September 17-22, with amounts exceeding 2 inches, and reachi... Read More

Licenses to grow industrial hemp in Kansas could be ready by spring

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Department of Agriculture hopes to start issuing licenses for farmers to grow industrial hemp in time for next year's spring planting season. Agency spokeswoman Heather Lansdowne told the Lawrence Journal-World on ... Read More

DowDuPont™ Announces Senior Leaders of the Future Independent Companies, Corteva Agriscience™ and DuPont

MIDLAND, Mich. and WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) today announced the senior leaders of the independent companies that will be created following the separation of its Agriculture (Corteva Agriscience) and Spec... Read More