Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Agrisure Viptera®

    Syngenta has received the safety certificate for its Agrisure Viptera® trait (event MIR162) from China’s regulatory authorities.

  • Turkeys and Ethanol

    National Turkey Federation Supports RFS Reform Act

  • Advanced Aviation Solutions

    FAA and Drones

  • WIC and Spuds

    Potatoes have been discriminated against by the Institute of Medicine for a long time as being not heart healthy. That just changed.

  • Relevant Research

    Agri-research projects

  • Food Hoarding

    International expert on agriculture Dr. David Songstad spoke with me about hoarding food.

  • Farm Safety

    Federal and state statistics list agriculture as one of the most dangerous professions in the U.S.

  • Corn and Picket Fences

    There is a tie in between the corn you are going to grow and a picket fence.

  • Barley Genetics

    Kelley Olson of the Idaho Barley Commission gave a tutorial on the genetic differences between malt and feed barley.

  • Kaitlyn Farrington Retires

    What a difference less than a year makes.

  • Ag-Bag

    I’ve had several recent conversations with farmers about problems with the rail system and shipping out of various ports in terms of grain.

  • Fiddlehead Farm

    It’s absolutely amazing how small the world has become.

  • Icy Roads

    I know Colorado does a good job on their roadways during winter.

  • New GMO Wheat

    Oh boy here we go again. A recent article in the St. Louis Post Dispatch had the headline GMO wheat in the works again.

  • APH Exclusion

    APH Yield Exclusion Available for Pacific Northwest Farmers Spring Planted Barley Eligible for New Farm Safety Net Option.

  • Food Security

    Dr. David Songstad’s education in plant biotechnology and agronomy led to a career working for both Monsanto and Pioneer Hi-Bred/DuPont.

  • Find a Job

    If you are looking for a job in agriculture, listen up.

  • Farmer Optimism

    Crop Producer Confidence Rebounds Following Record Harvests.

  • AgriEdge Excelsior

    Farm technology… Serious business.

  • Weed Resistance

    Gordon Vail, Ph.D., Syngenta’s technical product lead for herbicides talked with me regarding weed resistance.

  • Microirrigation

    Howard Neibling has worked on a multi-state irrigation research project for 22 years and his goal is improving irrigation efficiency on farms and ranches.

  • Bird Flu Risk

    Bird Flu Risk

  • Colorado Job

    If you are looking for a job in agriculture, listen up. I'll read you from a number of listings.

  • Bug Sensor

    It is very common practice in some areas of agriculture to use sticky traps in order to monitor the number and kinds of insects that may be attacking your crop.

  • Soil pH

    Darren and Brian Hefty, are agronomists with a television show called Ag PhD.

  • Vermacomposters

    I’m in an organically inclined restaurant and see a sign promoting urban worms.

  • Alpaca Wool

    Mark Niemeyer, owns Gem State Alpacas and has a herd of 53 alpacas. He talks about some of the products and benefits associated with these animals that originated from South America.

  • Thank you Farmers

    We live in an age where video reigns supreme.

  • Haboob tragedy

    Dry August winds often stir up dust clouds in farm fields but 2014 was exceptional.

  • Sugar is Good for You

    No matter how many scientists seem to weigh-in on the safety of genetically modified foods, there is still a public perception of danger.

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