The European Union has amended its requirements for imports of U.S. citrus, dropping its requirement that U.S. groves be surveyed for citrus canker, which eases entry of U.S. citrus into the EU market.
Cuba’s corn yields have stagnated around 33 bushels per acres for decades; now the country is looking to start planting genetically modified corn and GM soybeans with much higher yield potential. Read moreRead More »
U.S. industry officials estimate the market, which includes China, Hong Kong and Vietnam, could total $7 billion. President Xi Jinping also offered to buy more American grain and agricultural products. Read moreRead More »