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15
Jul 2020
The Development of Sorghum Forage In Europe: A New Perspective For Farmers

With global warming, we can see this crop of fodder sorghum going up towards the northern half of Europe, supported, among other things, by its lower need for water and inputs, good hardiness, its food or energy quality, its tolerance to the Diabrotica beetle and its use with corn silage for exploitation in order to secure production....

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27
Dec 2019
AGRICULTURAL MARKET INSIGHTS & TRENDS FROM AGRITEL#192

Positive trade, boosted by a forthcoming preliminary agreement between China and the USA, is helping to underpin the soybean market in Chicago. Furthermore, US exports are good even though they still have a long way to go to meet the USDA’s target. ...

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24
Dec 2019
Screening the Tropical Dent Genetics for the Benefits of European Farmers

Farmers are increasingly confident about the Tropical Dent maize hybrid range. Increasing numbers of producers are turning to these original genetics, discovered by Euralis Seeds. It provides high yields, stability in its results and drydown. The area dedicated to Tropical Dent in Europe has tripled in five years....

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