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Tree Nut Flour Good for Diabetics
Sea lion and Halibut
Line on AgricultureRecent advances have made genome editing widely applicable.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe waiting is over as Bayer and Monsanto prepare to merge, and Farm Bill negotiations pick up.
The Agribusiness UpdatePerdue Univ Ag Barometer down in July, and Trump support still high with farmers.
Line on Agriculture12 Oregon State University scientists are studying genome sequencing in the eucalyptus tree.
Farm of the FutureA collaboration of USDA scientists and other international scientists around the globe have sequenced bread wheat genomes.
Farm of the FutureWork conducted and supported by a global consortium of researchers, including USDA scientists has resulted in the most advanced sequencing of the barley genome to date.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportResearchers at WSU will now be able to assemble and characterize genomes with dramatically improved speed and accuracy.
Northwest ReportA couple of crop problems genes have been sequenced...one educator says a second language will become necessary and Lacy looks at the proposed "Twinkie Tax."
Northwest ReportThe wheat genome has been cracked...the NW mint harvest is underway...egg prices are up but not necessarily to the recall and Lacy looks at the USDA trouble.
Fruit Grower ReportThe peach has a new picture..on a molecular level. So what do we do now?
Northwest ReportThe corn genome has been sequenced, the WTO is planning on looking into the U.S. country of origin issue and Lacy has a look at a hanging issue.