Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Research on Jet Fuel Cover Crop Ready for Takeoff

Can oil extracted from a tiny seed grown in the Southeast U.S. be the key to what powers jet planes in the future? A team of researchers have been getting a 30,000-foot view of Brassica carinata, but are now coming in for a closer look.

 

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Focusing on the Midwest, CommoditAg launches as an online ag retailer offering crop protection and plant nutrition products. The site is supported by a network of local warehouses/ag retailers. Pick-up or delivery services are available. The company plans to offer seed selections in the future.   Read more

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Lean Harvest Expected for Deere

By Steven Russolillo Summary: Companies such as Deere & Co. that supply tractors and other methods of harvesting are seeing their sales and profits decline…this time for the 9th consecutive quarter. Financial declines are associated with lowering prices of the crops including corn and soybeans. Where consumers may be rejoicing[…]

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