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17 Jul, 2018 by John Maday
A new report from the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) offers a primer on the science of genome editing, along with potential applications and challenges. Back in the 1860s, Gregor Mendel first described the principles of…
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17 Jul, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
Breeding advances brought an era of advanced disease control. The future of disease tolerance will use advanced breeding with targeted approaches that help maximize corn and soybean yield potential. “The top five diseases in corn we focus on are…
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17 Jul, 2018 by Rhonda Brooks
When you pour a bag of premium-quality seed corn into your planter, you’re looking at a hybrid with the genetic potential to produce upward of 500 bu. per acre. So why is it that the annual U.S. corn crop averages only 175 bu. per acre? That…
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17 Jul, 2018 by Margy Eckelkamp
Nutrien continues its acquisition news announcing it will acquire agtech startup Agrible for $63 million. The companies expect the transaction to close at the end of July 2018. “The acquisition of Agrible is consistent with our strategy of…
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10 Jul, 2018 by Margy Eckelkamp
Ceres Imaging has completed a $25 million round of Series B funding. The company says this is the single largest raise in the agricultural spectral imaging sector to date. Ceres Imaging will use the new funding for product development,  new staff…