Scientists have produced a ‘methylome’ for domesticated cotton and its wild ancestors, a powerful new tool to guide breeders in creating cotton with better traits based on epigenetic changes. It’s an important step towards a new way of improving crops, called epigenetic breeding, say researchers.
Three environmental groups have asked a federal appeals court to force the EPA to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos, one week after the agency denied a petition to do so. Read moreRead More »
CropLife America President and CEO Jay Vroom and CLA Senior Vice President and General Counsel Rachel Lattimore spoke to an audience of representatives from around the agriculture community on agribusiness in the current political climate. Read moreRead More »