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Seed Today 10/29/2020 16:18
Effective spring wheat production starts with selecting the right variety—and in a dynamic environment like the Northern Plains, growers understand the importance of choice when it comes to deciding which seed varieties to plant. That’s why Syngenta has added AP Murdock to its proven portfolio of AgriPro® brand wheat. A hard red spring wheat variety offering excellent yield potential and good protein, AP Murdock is now available to purchase for the 2021 planting season.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 15:33
At present, nearly half of the world’s population is under some form of government restriction to curb the spread of COVID-19. In Bangladesh, in the wake of five deaths and 48 infections early in the year, the government imposed a nationwide lockdown between March 24 and May 30, 2020. Until April 17, 38 of the country’s 64 districts were under complete lockdown.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 14:23
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is awarding more than $14.6 million in grants to support the development of innovative systems, tools, and technologies for production and conservation on agricultural lands. Funds are provided through the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) program, which awards grants to organizations, universities, and others that are developing innovations to support farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 12:29
Calyxt, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLXT), a plant-based technology company, announced that it has agreed to commercial terms with S&W Seed Company (Nasdaq: SANW), a global agricultural company headquartered in Longmont, Colorado for the exclusive license of an improved quality alfalfa seed in the U.S. and other select geographies.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 12:11
Introduced to the United States over 60 years ago, soybean cyst nematode (SCN) has spread broadly throughout the Midwest and eastern parts of the country. After penetrating the root tissue, SCN take nutrients away from the soybean plant and reduce plant growth and yield. These nematodes are the leading cause of soybean losses in the United States--in 2014, SCN resulted in the loss of 3.5 million tons of soybean. While there are management strategies in place, many of them have become less effective in curtailing SCN populations. University of Illinois and USDA plant pathologists M.L. Pawlowski and G.L. Hartman, respectively, have been involved in an on-going effort to increase soybean productivity by reducing soybean diseases and pests. The.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 11:32
Three new wheat varieties released this year by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences’ wheat breeding program are the product of more than a dozen years of work by breeders on the UGA Griffin campus. When it comes to cultivating new varieties of wheat, patience is key, as it takes an average of 10 to 14 years to breed a new variety of the grain that has been around as long as mankind. Researchers put in many years of work to see the fruits of their labor, and this year Mohamed Mergoum, the Georgia Seed Development-UGA Foundation Professor in Wheat Breeding and Genetics at the Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics, and his research team are seeing the results of work begun in 2005 by wheat
Seed Today 10/29/2020 11:19
As farmers seek greater flexibility to best manage financial resources during a challenging farm economy, the Golden AdvantageSM program provides an extended-terms offer with 0% interest on purchases of Golden Harvest® brand seed products. Under the Golden Advantage program, payment for Golden Harvest seed and seed treatment purchases for the 2021 planting season is not due until Dec. 3, 2021.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 10:27
Researchers working to develop crops with healthier, more resistant starch at the Quadram Institute and John Innes Centre are partnering with the John Innes Foundation, who will be funding a two year collaborative research programme. This two-year Fellowship will support the work of Principle Investigator Fred Warren, an expert on starch properties, structure and digestion (Quadram Institute Bioscience), and Co-Investigator Dr David Seung, an expert on starch synthesis, and aims to provide a basis for the production of crops that contain more slowly digested starch (known as resistant starch) to form a healthier part of our diet.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 09:41
Benson Hill has announced the close of a $150 million Series D funding round led by Wheatsheaf Group and GV (formerly Google Ventures). The company’s leading food innovation engine CropOS™ taps nature’s genetic diversity to develop and commercialize healthier and more sustainable food and ingredient options that benefit farmers, food companies of all kinds, and ultimately, consumers. This funding round will accelerate the food tech company’s efforts to deploy its platform technology, expand partner development across the supply chain, and scale product commercialization efforts.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 09:23
Cibus, a leader in developing trait products for agriculture, today announced a sharpened strategic focus. Based on its recent success in developing input traits in the diverse areas of disease, weed control and agronomy, Cibus is focusing its business on developing traits in key input crop categories in the largest global crops: canola, rice, soybean, corn and wheat. As part of the strategic refocus, Cibus has divested its canola seed breeding assets to Farmer’s Business Network (FBN) Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of FBN, and provided FBN with a license to its canola pod shatter reduction trait upon commercialization.
Seed Today 10/29/2020 09:12
Digital readiness in the supply chain has been revealed by the current pandemic as an urgent and critical need. Traditional links of the chain have been weakened or disrupted, and so various sectors like banking, retail and health services have taken a massive shift to electronic means of doing business. Consumers, employees and leaders are embracing an array of digital technologies in a more accelerated pace than ever before, out of necessity and need for efficiency. Agricultural trade is no different, especially in phytosanitary measures which maintain standards for food safety and animal and plant health. For plant products like seed, global trading operations rely on steady communication and transparency in phytosanitary requirements to.
Seed Today 10/28/2020 16:26
The University of Cincinnati (UC) is decoding the genetics of agricultural pests in a project that could help boost crop and livestock production to feed millions more people around the world. Joshua Benoit, an associate professor in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, contributed to genetic studies of New World screwworms that feed on livestock and thrips, tiny insects that can transmit viruses to tomatoes and other plants. It’s the latest international collaboration for Benoit, who previously unraveled the genomes of dreaded creatures such as bedbugs.
Seed Today 10/28/2020 14:42
In collaboration with agri-food industry leaders, Aimpoint Research® will host a virtual Pandemic After Action Review & Resiliency Planning Exercise on Tuesday, November 17th from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Participants will review pandemic impacts on the industry, assess what went well and what did not in response to Covid-19, and work together to build resiliency plans for future crises.
Seed Today 10/28/2020 14:26
Edward Temple Robinson Jr, 96, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on October 15, 2020. He was born on March 13, 1924 in Waterloo, Nebraska to Agnes and Edward (Ted) Robinson. Ed graduated from Waterloo High School. He continued his education at the University of Colorado, the University of Nebraska and UNO. Ed joined his family seed business, JC Robinson Seed Company, after the death of his father and led the operation as President for 55 years. He also served as President of Golden Harvest Seeds. In 1972 Ed was instrumental in the inception of the Golden Harvest Seed brand, which continues today. He was president of the corn & sorghum division of the American Seed Trade Association.

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