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Research to be highlighted at Summer Crops Field Day near Bushland

Research to be highlighted at Summer Crops Field Day near Bushland Improvements in sorghum management featured at Sept. 2 conference AMARILLO – “Adapting to Change” will be the theme for the Summer Crops Field Day to be held Sept. 2 at the Texas AgriLife Research and U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service research fields located…


AgriLife Research identifies wheat streak resistance gene

AgriLife Research identifies wheat streak resistance gene Molecular markers can help reduce new wheat variety development time AMARILLO – A microscopic look into the genes of a Colorado wheat variety has allowed Texas AgriLife Research scientists to identify a wheat streak mosaic virus-resistance gene. Wheat streak mosaic virus is one of the most common wheat…


We’ve gone into the ecological red | Andrew Simms

Climate scientists believe extreme weather events like the recent flooding in Pakistan will become more frequent. Photograph: Mohammad Sajjad/AP At the weekend, Saturday 21 August to be precise, the world as a whole went into “ecological debt“. That means in effect that from now until the end of the year, humanity will be…


Resource wars: the global crisis behind BHP Billiton’s bid for Potash Corp

A freight wagon waits in line at the Potash Corp’s Cory mine site near Saskatoon, 19 August 2010. Photograph: David Stobbe/REUTERS BHP Billiton‘s £28bn hostile bid for Canada’s Potash Corporation sets the scene for one of mining‘s biggest takeover battles. But this is more than a clash between multinationals intent on self-aggrandisement. Certainly,…


RR Canola Evolves Into Vexing Weed

There is a new glyphosate-resistant weed. It is so new it’s not anyone’s fault.Cannot blame this one on overuse of Roundup or poor weed resistance management. It’s a volunteer that in California blindsided farmers and researchers. It is Roundup Ready canola, a crop that turns into a weed if you are not…


MDA Offers Help To Farmers With Grain Storage Shortages

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is linking up farmers who lost storage facilities due to summer storms with those who may have storage space available.  The MDA has established a free online service where farmers needing storage can find a listing of farmers offering storage bins, buildings or space.  MDA…


Timing of Vaccinations Critical to Protect Horses From EEE

EAST LANSING, Mich.— Vaccinating horses at the proper time of the year for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) is critical to ensuring animal health and protection from the mosquito-carried disease, according to Michigan State University (MSU) equine veterinarian Judy Marteniuk.             Horses vaccinated after late March should be protected, but those vaccinated prior to March…


Ron Plain: Cattle Outlook – 20July

Grocery store beef prices dropped a bit in July, but were still above year-earlier levels. The average price of choice beef at retail was $4.444 per pound in July, down 4.7 cents from June, but up 26.5 cents from 12 months earlier. June 2010 beef prices were the highest since October 2008. The higher beef…


Soybean Pod Worms in Area Fields, Can Impact Yields

LAMAR, Mo. – Soybean fields in southwest Missouri continues to receive timely rain and pods are beginning to fill according to Jay Chism, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension. “Unfortunately, soybean pod worms are also feeding on several soybean fields in and around Barton County,” said Chism. “The damage varies from field to…


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