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08 March 2010
World Barley Output Continues to Readjust
GLOBAL - Following the sharp spike in global barley output in the 2008/09 season in response to higher farm gate prices the previous season, the sector has seen declining production as prices...
05 March 2010
Grain Output 'Will Not Reach Required Level'
NORTH KOREA - The grain production in North Korea will not reach the level needed, it has been warned....
Rain Holds Back Crop Planting
UK – Heavy rain in Oxfordshire is preventing farmers from planting over 550 hectares of spring crops, it has been revealed....
04 March 2010
Falling Grain Prices Forecast to End
AUSTRALIA - A growing population and greater demand from biofuels and livestock are expected to keep world grains and oilseeds prices relatively high over the medium term, delegates at the ABARE...
03 March 2010
Montana Agriculture Department Aids With Crop Options
US - The Montana Department of Agriculture is assisting farmers with their crop planting options for 2010....
02 March 2010
Inventing New Oat and Barley Breads
US - Delicious new all-oat or all-barley breads might result from laboratory experiments now being conducted by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in California....
26 February 2010
Worldwide Attendance Expected for Grain Trading Conference
EGYPT - More than 150 representatives from grain businesses in 23 countries worldwide are expected to attend the International Grain Trading Conference in Egypt....
25 February 2010
Disease Threatens Wheat and Barley Crops
US - Wheat and barley diseases are becoming bigger threats to crops in North Dakota, an agriculture expert has warned....
18 February 2010
Herbicide-Resistant Barley Awaiting Approval
AUSTRALIA - A herbicide-resistant barley could be available for farmers in Australia as soon as next year....
Grain Harvests Increase
NEW ZEALAND - Wheat, barley and maize grain harvests in New Zealand increased in the year to the end of June 2009, it has been announced....
17 February 2010
Rain Improves Summer Crop Yield
AUSTRALIA - Rain in Queensland and northern New South Wales has improved the yield potential for summer crops, although overall area planted is lower than last season....
05 February 2010
Syria Enforces Levy on Imported Corn, Barley
US - In an effort to encourage local production and generate revenue for the national treasury, Syria has recently imposed import duties on corn and barley, the US Grains Council has learned....
04 February 2010
Helping Cereal Sector Manage Mycotoxin
UK - The NFU has been working with the UK cereal sector to manage field borne mycotoxins and ensure that legal levels set by the EU are applied correctly at the farm gate....
28 January 2010
Barley 'Requires Correct Planting Environment'
AUSTRALIA - The correct variety of barley must be chosen for particular regional environments and planted during the appropriate timeframe, according to a crop expert....
27 January 2010
Rapeseed Crops A Profitable Spring Sown Option
UK - Oilseed rape has been named as a profitable option for farmers integrating a spring sown crop into their crop rotation....
25 January 2010
Looking Beyond US Borders
US - The US Grains Council’s (USGC) 7th International Marketing Conference and 50th Annual Membership Meeting, themed, “50 Years of Leadership: Acting on Opportunities,” will be held in...
World Grain Stock 'Will Reach 8-year High'
GLOBAL - World grain stocks are expected to reach an eight-year high of 385 million tonnes by the end of 2009/10, according to new forecasts. ...
21 January 2010
The 2010 Cereal Recommended List
NORTHERN IRELAND, UK - Improved varieties and quality seed are vital for productive crop and grass production. Breeders, seed merchants and testing organisations all play a role in ensuring that...
15 January 2010
Optic Spring Barley Celebrates 15 Years of Success
UK - Optic spring barley, which is used in brewing and distilling, is still in use more than a decade after it was approved for the HGCA Recommended List....
Research Funding for Barley and Camelina Crops
CANADA - Barley and camelina seed crop growers are set to benefit from a C$3.2 million investment by the Canadian state government of Saskatchewan....
12 January 2010
Crop Insurance And Risk Management Decisions Affect Profits
US - Choosing the appropriate crop insurance product, as well as the level of coverage, is not easy, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service specialist. ...
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