AP reports: that Syngenta announced Tuesday that it is looking for a buyer for nearly 6,000 acres of land it leases or owns on Oahu and Kauai. The company says it will continue to operate in Hawaii, but under a contract with a new owner reportedly weary of continual legal battles over its farming of genetically modified crops in Hawaii. Angus Kelly, a Syngenta spokesman, declined to say why the company has chosen to sell other than it being "a change of approach to the business model." LA Times reports Politicians gathered at the Port of Long Beach on Sunday to call for the flow of cargo to Southern California to resume, days after the bankruptcy of one of the world’s largest shipping lines disrupted the global supply chain. Officials said the collapse of South Korea’s Hanjin Shipping Co., which declared bankruptcy Wednesday, threatened local union workers’ jobs and merchants’ access to goods at a crucial time, just before the holiday season. And at Iowa’s Farm Progress Show last week, Case IH wowed the crowd debuting driverless tractor.