Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. The November 2020 Wheat Outlook analyzes supply and demand changes for 2020/21 linked to global market conditions, the latest trade data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census, and updated...
Source: joint statement by U.S. Wheat Associates and National Wheat Growers Association The finding by the FDA is not an approval for this or any other transgenic wheat to be planted for commercial sale in the United States. To date,...
The share of acreage for major cash crops-wheat, corn, soybeans, and cotton-that are planted using conservation tillage has increased over the past two decades in the United States. Conservation tillage, which includes no-till and mulch till, reduces soil disturbance...
UPL, a global leader in sustainable agriculture solutions, announces the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted approval for BATALIUM AMPED herbicide in wheat. Featuring three modes of action, wheat growers can now achieve fast-acting and long-lasting post-emergent control of...
Kansas Wheat is estimating the wheat crop at 284.4 million bushels, 7% lower than the May 12 USDA estimate of 306 million bushels and down 16% from last year's production of 338 million bushels. This estimate was released on May...
Wheat futures were fueled by the ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis on Wednesday. As a result, front-month wheat contracts hit daily trading limits and soared to a 14-year high. "May and July, both Hard Red Winter (HRW) and Soft Red Winter (SRF)...
Measuring plant phenotypes, a term used to describe the observable characteristics of an organism, is a critical aspect of studying and improving economically important crops. Phenotypes central to the breeding process include traits like kernel number in corn, seed...
Yusuf Khan and Will Horner reported in today’s Wall Street Journal that, “Fine farm weather and a rush of Russian grain ships through the Black Sea have taken the sting out of global wheat prices, a welcome sign for vulnerable...
Source: USDA news release The October 2021 Wheat Outlook analyzes the 2020/21 and 2021/22 WASDE as well as supply and demand changes linked to new data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census and USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service. To view...
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