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GROWMARK Acquires Allied Seed

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Bloomington, Illinois (AgPR) – GROWMARK, Inc. announced the acquisition of Allied Seed, LLC., based in Nampa, Idaho. Allied Seed offers a full line of forage, turfgrass and cover crop seed as well as custom production, blending, packaging and seed treatme

"Fighting Our Foliar Foes With Fungicides"

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Dr. Jeff Miller, president and CEO of Idaho-based Miller Research (www.millerresearch.com), talked about the topic “Fighting Our Foliar Foes With Fungicides” this week at the Washington Oregon Potato Conference.

McCain Foods 2022 Sustainability Report Spotlights Key Progress, Opportunity For Sustainable, Regenerative Food Production

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Toronto, ON – Today McCain Foods Limited (McCain) released its Sustainability Report, underpinning its commitment to producing delicious, planet-friendly food.

Oregon Potatoes Update

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Gary Roth, Executive Director of the Oregon Potato Commission, shared the Commission’s activities over the past year. His comments came at the Washington Oregon Potato Conference in Kennewick, WA.

Most Northwest Ag Commodities To See A Slightly Profitable Year

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Spokane, Washington – AgWest Farm Credit has released its quarterly Market Snapshot reports covering the state of major agricultural commodities in its northern region.

Ag World Annual Golf Classic Registration Now Open

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Registration for the 10th annual Ag World Golf Classic is now open.

"We've Got To Find Out What The West That We Want Is”

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Family Farm Alliance President Patrick O’Toole, whose family operates a sheep and cattle ranch on the Wyoming-Colorado border, was interviewed last month in Las Vegas by E&E Daily while attending the Colorado River Water Users Association conference. In t

Manage Your Farmland Better With MZA

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Every field contains variations throughout the landscape—different areas have different needs. So, how do producers know how to manage all these unique sections on their land? Watch to see how Management Zone Analyst, a software developed by ARS, makes ma

Despite Challenges Spuds Remain A Billion-Dollar Business

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Data from 2021 presented in the Potatoes New Zealand (PNZ) annual report shows minimal impact on production despite a rough couple of years. The overall value of the industry including the domestic and export markets dropped slightly to $1.095 billion. Th

World Potato Congress Inc. Announces Board Changes

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Following 16 years of dedicated volunteer service to the World Potato Congress Inc., John Griffin will be stepping down from his role of President of WPC. He has been involved with the WPC Board of Directors since 2007, serving in various capacities on th

Biden Administration Sued Over Water Rule’s ‘Impossible And Unpredictable’ Burdens

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AFBF and other prominent ag and business groups are suing the Biden administration over the EPA’s complicated and confusing new set of water rules.

New Public-Private Partnership To Improve Seed Potato Production In Wisconsin

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The University of Wisconsin–Madison has a new partner to improve the efficiency of seed potato production at the Starks Early Generation Seed Potato Farm in Rhinelander, WI. The farm, part of the university’s Seed Potato Certification Program, produces ea

Haith Showcases Latest Innovations

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Haith Group, which has been designing and supplying innovative solutions for farmers, packers and food manufacturers for over 75 years, will be launching its Mobile Water Treatment System and PRO-Sort mobile optical grader into the United States.

SOILPAM TRACKSACK

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SNF’s SOILPAM TRACKSACK consists of soil-stabilizing, water-soluble polymer tablets in mesh bags. The tablets contain a high quality, high purity linear anionic copolymer.

Daniel Whitley: “I’m Bullish On American Agriculture”

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Daniel Whitley, the new Administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) spoke to a group of sugarbeet and sugarcane growers as well as other members of the sugar industry, sharing his take on the latest foreign tra

Popular Herbicides No Longer Control Kochia In Some Areas

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A North Dakota State University study showed that some kochia populations in western North Dakota likely have developed resistance to commonly used preplant burndown herbicides.