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Marketline Report for Thursday, September 26th
Protected Agriculture in Mexico and China-Argentina Meat Talks
FDA's Smarter Food Safety and China Cancels Farm Visits
David Sparks Ph.D.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHop production is flat this year, but gives plenty of reason to look forward to 2020.
The Agribusiness UpdateNolan Ryan Beef adopts new certification program, and Bayer investing $5.6-billion in new methods to combat weeds.
The Agribusiness UpdateNAFTA talks appear to be ramping up, and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue encouraging President Trump to rejoin TPP.
Fruit Grower ReportOSU blueberry study shows organic growers can compete with conventional.
Fruit Grower ReportOrganic blueberry growers competing with conventional growers thanks to an OSU study.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAs drone use in agriculture grows, WSU holds workshops to train the pilots.
Fruit Grower ReportWSU Extension office in Prosser holds workshop for Agribusiness professionals looking to incorporate drones into their work.
Fruit Grower ReportWSU Extension office in Prosser holds workshop on drone use and certification.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportMany ranchers feel Fish and Wildlife's methods of wolf management are failing.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportDespite non-lethal wolf management efforts, ranchers in Northeastern Washington have suffered severe setbacks this year due to wolf depredation.
Food ForethoughtRecent study by University of Nebraska researchers says 30% of the major global cereal crops may have reached their maximum possible yields.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIn many areas of the world Japanese eelgrass is a protected species and up until last year was considered protected in Washington state.
Food ForethoughtThe unethical practice of "soring" has been illegal since the 1970's.
Food ForethoughtOrganic and conventional farming operations working together to feed the world's growing population isn't just a pipe dream, it's a necessity.