Want to crash an insect population? Slip in a self-limiting gene and topple the family tree in two to three generations.
(Bloomberg) -- It’s the fungus that just won’t die.
Rice acreage is ready to jump, but the dance floor is a swirl of jostling factors capable of pushing the market pace.
Barring the unexpected, a big acreage change doesn’t appear on tap for U.S. cotton as the farm bill looms large in 2018.
U.S. farmland was covered with 5.7 million grain sorghum acres in 2017.
Frank Forcella was surrounded with apricot pits saved in an endless line of 5-gallon buckets.