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  • GOOD GROWING: Addressing herbicide vapor drift

    GOOD GROWING: Addressing herbicide vapor drift

    Sunday, January 25 2015 1:43 AM EST2015-01-25 06:43:24 GMT
    We've all heard about the next new herbicide technology that will help with control of glyphosate-resistant waterhemp and marestail. Both Monsanto and Dow are introducing new products that contain phenoxy herbicides...
    We've all heard about the next new herbicide technology that will help with control of glyphosate-resistant waterhemp and marestail. Both Monsanto and Dow are introducing new products that contain phenoxy herbicides...
  • FARM & FIELD: MU works to extend shelf life of ground beef

    FARM & FIELD: MU works to extend shelf life of ground beef

    University of Missouri researchers are finding ways to extend the shelf life of ground beef. They have found that store lighting plays a role in how long meat retains the bright red color that shoppers favor. After price, consumers consider color when buying meat.
    University of Missouri researchers are finding ways to extend the shelf life of ground beef. They have found that store lighting plays a role in how long meat retains the bright red color that shoppers favor. After price, consumers consider color when buying meat.
  • FARM AND FIELD: Low-cost sensors, analytics gauge soil moisture, nutrient levels

    FARM AND FIELD: Low-cost sensors, analytics gauge soil moisture, nutrient levels

    Monday, January 12 2015 1:09 PM EST2015-01-12 18:09:03 GMT
    Farmers soon may have an affordable solution to gauge moisture and soil nutrient levels across fields and measure grain composition. University of Illinois lab research and field tests, funded in part by the Illinois soybean checkoff, show the opportunity for low-cost micro sensors and grain analytics to become an everyday tool.
    Farmers soon may have an affordable solution to gauge moisture and soil nutrient levels across fields and measure grain composition. University of Illinois lab research and field tests, funded in part by the Illinois soybean checkoff, show the opportunity for low-cost micro sensors and grain analytics to become an everyday tool.

  • FARM & FIELD: Avian flu expected to affect global poultry trade in 2015

    FARM & FIELD: Avian flu expected to affect global poultry trade in 2015

    Tuesday, January 6 2015 10:45 AM EST2015-01-06 15:45:07 GMT
    A new report from Rabobank says that global issues such as avian flu and trade restrictions remain on the horizon for 2015 and will have a big impact on global poultry trade.
    A new report from Rabobank says that global issues such as avian flu and trade restrictions remain on the horizon for 2015 and will have a big impact on global poultry trade.
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