Seed industry advocates will “Storm the Hill” as part of the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) Legislative Fly-in tomorrow (April 5), with discussions on trade and innovation programs high up on the priority list.
The world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050. China and India, the two largest countries in the world, have populations totalling around one billion. In four years, by 2022, India is predicted to have the largest population in the world, surpassing China.
DuFlora Agri Products Private Limited is a seeds company based out of Hyderabad. The company is engaged in the business of Developing, Producing, Processing and Marketing Hybrid Seeds Across the Country as well as Overseas. The company has presence across various field crops and vegetable crops. The company is young, energetic and
Livestock producers should find optimism in feed price projections following Thursday’s USDA Acreage and Stocks reports. The releases are proving bearish for corn, which provides new opportunities for feed buyers to lock in profits they didn’t expect to see, according to Matt Bennett of Bennett Consulting.
Rain makes grain. Yet, too much rain can be too much of a good thing. In eastern North Dakota, northeastern South Dakota, and western Minnesota, rampant rainfall over the past couple of decades has unveiled sodic and saline soils that aren’t conducive to growing crops.
On Tuesday, the USDA reported a deteriorating U.S. soybean crop, while the corn crop condition remains steady.
In its Weekly Crop Progress Report, the governmental agency rated the U.S. soybean crop as 70% good/excellent vs. 72% a week ago. Plus, 22% of the soybeans are blooming, compared with a 16% five-year average.