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James named to EPA Federal Advisory Committee
Arkansas rice farmer joins 37-member committee tasked with advising EPA on issues important to ag and rural communities.
Researchers boost soybean plants’ natural defenses against nematodes
Cooperative research have found a way to boost soybean's natural defenses against nematodes.
Prime farmland loss to large-scale solar: A Maryland case study
Producers who own land are acting as rational economic agents, given the estimated additional gross revenue utility-scale solar can generate for the landowner.
Poinsettias are a long-time holiday favorite
Poinsettias are the most popular Christmas plant, as well as the best-selling potted plant in both the U.S. and Canada.
WHEAT SCOOPS: Weather more important than war for wheat prices
It’s may no longer be “the war” that creates price volatility. Weather patterns may be the most important price factor to watch. 
Farm Progress America, December 7, 2022
Max Armstrong offers an interesting way to transfer farm assets to the next generation.
Managing holiday cheer: Tips on employee parties
These reminders should help keep partygoers and companies out of legal hot water.
Mosaic curtails potash output at Canada mine on demand slump
Potash demand slower than expected in the second half of 2022, causing Mosaic to temporarily curtail production.
How grains snapped a bearish streak
Afternoon report: Corn, soybeans and wheat all trend higher in Wednesday’s session
United Soybean Board elects new leadership
Meagan Kaiser from Missouri moves into the top spot as the organization announces new executive committee and a special legacy award.