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The EPA has published a draft of new rules that would require Bt seed
companies to institute new requirements, such as mandatory crop rotation or the
use of pyramided Bt hybrids, for Bt-users in areas of high rootworm pressure.
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The U.S. Senate passed a bill Thursday to build the Keystone XL
pipeline after several weeks of debate on amendments and final court action by
the Nebraska Supreme Court related to the pipeline route. The passage again
puts the fate of the project in the Obama administration's hands.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Senate Passes Keystone Bill...
The Upper Mississippi River/Illinois Waterway Navigation System was a
marvel when it was constructed, mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. Today, the 37
locks on the 1,200-mile system of inland rivers are a mess.
See DTN Ag News. 7^Mess on the Mississippi...
Farmers active in a new, five-year initiative to improve soil health
are becoming part detective, part economist, part environmentalist and part
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The Shawhan family business is soybeans. The South Charleston, Ohio,
operation is a prolific producer of nontraited beans shipped to buyers in
Japan. These producers go the extra distance to know their customers' needs and
to produce a high-quality, high-yielding product.
See DTN Ag News. @^Food Beans and Yield Winners...
The Northeast will see some snow Friday, while the Southwest will see mixed precipitation. The Southern Plains will get moisture this weekend. » More DTN Weather Commentary
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