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01/31/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

A novel Bt trait, new herbicide tolerance, low-gossypol cotton and reniform-resistance may be coming soon to a field near you.

01/31/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

EPA proposed re-registering three common seed treatment insecticides with some new use restrictions and label language.

01/31/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

An American Farm Bureau Federation analysis finds the rate of farm bankruptcies at its highest since coming off the recession of 2010.

01/30/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

The sudden spread of a novel coronavirus in China has deservedly attracted attention from global commodity traders, forcing them to recalculate potential outcomes and potential prices in a "risk-off" global environment.

01/30/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

When released into a field, the genetically modified moths lower the immediate pest population before gradually dying out.

01/29/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

During a White House ceremony to sign the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on Wednesday, President Donald Trump spotlighted some of the trade benefits for agriculture, especially increased market access to Canada. For the trade deal to go into effect, Canada also needs to ratify the deal.

01/29/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

Local residents, including the writer, attended a community meeting Monday night to hear about a proposed poultry operation. Residents expressed their fears about how the concentrated animal feeding operation could change the town and farms around them. DTN Ag Policy editor Cliff Clayton shares what happened when it's in his own backyard.

01/28/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

A winter conference sponsored by Precision Planting highlights some of the new technology advancing for the coming year.

01/27/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

A federal court ruled the EPA "abused its discretion" in not explaining conclusions on economic hardship of small refineries receiving exemptions from the Renewable Fuel Standard.

01/27/2020

DTN-Progressive-farmer

According to news reports, the latest cancer trial against Bayer AG and its Roundup herbicide has been postponed indefinitely to allow mediation talks that may lead toward a possible settlement.