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Stabilizing food prices

PART 5 – EXPOSURE-4-DEVELOPMENT TOUR food prices are the heart of politics in Kenya, just as agriculture is the heart of their economy. Prices for food staples have been rising steadily since 2007, putting increasing [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Investing in soils for a sustainable future “Our soil is a great resource, and we need to change our vision of how we manage it.” This [Read more]

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Production and global demand

WORLD SOYBEAN RESEARCH CONFERENCE the ninth edition of the World Soybean Research Conference was held in Durban, South Africa in February. The conference brought together leading researchers and agriculture representatives from all over the world, [Read more]

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A formidable competitor

UKRAINE INCREASING GRAIN EXPORT SALES long recognized as as a major wheat and barley producer, Ukraine is evolving into an important source of corn and soybeans and a “formidable competitor” for regional export sales, according [Read more]

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Water management

MAKING THE MOST OF EVERY DROP challenging weather in the last two growing seasons has left some farmers high and dry, and others squeezing the most out of their water sources. Now, an Ontario initiative [Read more]

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Cropside: Putting nitrogen in its place

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

cover the uan Injecting N fertilizer into the soil as a sidedress operation is generally viewed as the most efficient N placement technique. However, recent studies have shown that when UAN is placed in a [Read more]

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The farmer’s hand to success

YIELDING 300+ BUSHEL CORN david hula of Renwood Farms in Charles City, Virginia might just be one of the most innovative corn growers in North America. Well known for recording higher than average corn yields, [Read more]

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The best and worst of times

BRAZIL’S STRUGGLE WITH PRODUCTION GROWTH the potential for Brazil to become an agricultural powerhouse has long had analysts anticipating the country will surpass the United States in soybean production and exports – and 2013 may [Read more]

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Field tested

Field tested

GLEANER S67 COMBINE A review by farmers for farmers            david fraser           jeremy nixon           robert parks     ottawa, ON        north gower, ON         kanata, ON looks [Read more]