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The World’s Wheat Market Has Changed, and That’s Not Favorable for the U.S.

The facts indicate that the world wheat market has changed; those changes are probably permanent; and the changes are not favorable for U.S. wheat production or prices

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EPA Eases Pesticide Applicators Rule Implementation After State Criticism

EPA plans to ease the implementation schedule for its imminent final rule strengthening training requirements for applicators of restricted use pesticides (RUPs), after state regulators warned the burdens associated with implementing the proposed version of the rule would prompt many states to end their certification programs. Read more

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Arkansas Farmers Again Lose Access to Dicamba

Monday the Arkansas Supreme Court reinforced a ban on dicamba products in the state, halting another judge’s ruling that would exempt some farmers from the ban. Justices stayed a Clay Country judge’s order that prohibited the state Plant Board from enforcing the dicamba ban, according to the Associated Press.   Read[…]

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