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Published on May 31, 2012

Rachel Lattimore, partner in Arent Fox LLP attorneys at law, explained how lawsuits brought by groups against biotech crops have failed to prove any negative health or environmental concerns, but have been successful contesting registration procedures.

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    Intensification of agriculture not wanted

  2. 213

    People portray technology in food negatively

  3. 214

    MyJohnDeere.com web portal launched

  4. 215

    Alerts tell when to stop application

  5. 216

    Mobile Weather technology explained

  6. 217

    Tip of the iceberg with biologicals

  7. 218

    Support for atrazine

  8. 219

    Researching insect resistance management

  9. 220

    Three areas of Novozymes' agriculture emphasis

  10. 221

    Report says Calif. GHG reduction nearly impossible

  11. 222

    Need for efficient crop update of phosphorous

  12. 223

    Humble beginnings of Greenpeace

  13. 224

    Native soybean traits still important

  14. 225

    Syngenta look to the future of ag business

  15. 226

    Explanation of why new dicamba component

  16. 227

    Variable rate nitrogen increasing

  17. 228

    Plans for Nevada cellulosic ethanol plant

  18. 229

    Simplified SU chemistry cleanout explained

  19. 230

    BASF's R&D focus including traits

  20. 231

    Systems approach promoted by BASF

  21. Success defending biotech crops in lawsuits

  22. 233

    More Pioneer soybean research farm sites

  23. 234

    Outlook for EPA rule on drift reduction

  24. 235

    Comparative advantage allows food movement

  25. 236

    Seed treating monocot and dicot plants

  26. 237

    Monsanto pulling things together for major wheat research

  27. 238

    Expanded 2012 Respect the Rotation plans

  28. 239

    Waterhemp herbicide resistance evolving

  29. 240

    Just-in-time fertilizer discussion

  30. 241

    Insect growth regulator has a role in yield

  31. 242

    Science behind rapid drought-tolerant corn advances

  32. 243

    What does ChemChina ownership mean to MANA

  33. 244

    Focus of Bayer CropScience biotechnology research

  34. 245

    HPPD herbicide-resistant weed site in Illinois

  35. 246

    Majorly improved dicamba formulation ready

  36. 247

    CTIC Indian Creek project explained

  37. 248

    Polymer-coated nitrogen provides flexibility

  38. 249

    Still monitoring Artesian water-limited corn

  39. 250

    AGCO improves parts support for applicators

  40. 251

    Expectation for DroughtGard hybrid introduction

  41. 252

    New herbicides from BASF

  42. 253

    Low odor is benefit of new pesticides

  43. 254

    Tough weed control in soybeans concept

  44. 255

    Drift/volatization of Colex D Technology 2,4-D testing

  45. 256

    Test market of a new product

  46. 257

    DuPont introducing novel fungicide

  47. 258

    Multi-Pest Complex: Fall Armyworm

  48. 259

    Multi-Pest Complex: Corn Earworm

  49. 260

    Multi-Pest Complex: Black Cutworm

  50. 261

    Agrisure Artesian

  51. 262

    Agrisure Viptera Experience

  52. 263

    No separation herbicide formula touted by MANA

  53. 264

    Change in formulation improves seed treating

  54. 265

    Avicta Complete Corn

  55. 266

    Ag Retailer applied seed corn treatment

  56. 267

    Triple technology product for soybean seed

  57. 268

    BASF awaiting Priaxor fungicide registration

  58. 269

    Halex GT - Easy, Convenient, Works

  59. 270

    Weed Management: Craig Abell

  60. 271

    Halex GT: Glyphosate with Residual

  61. 272

    Halex GT - Best Premix in Corn

  62. 273

    Halex GT - Excellent Weed Control

  63. 274

    DuPont PrecisionPac mixing six products

  64. 275

    AFS telematics is news from Case IH

  65. 276

    Dow keeping Enlist in front of growers

  66. 277

    Quilt Xcel: Midwest growers notice improved standability and harvest efficiency with Quilt Xcel

  67. 278

    Quilt Xcel: Midwest growers rely on Quilt Xcel for preventative and curative disease control

  68. 279

    Quadris Early: Midwest growers discuss the impact of Quadris Early on Plant Performance

  69. 280

    Yield winners have commonality

  70. 281

    Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System announced

  71. 282

    Water-limited hybrids planted at higher population

  72. 283

    seed-protectant

  73. 284

    R7 Tool introduced by Winfield Solutions

  74. 285

    Ag Spectrum Company educating on science

  75. 286

    New president of NAICC introducers 'old timers'

  76. 287

    New active herbicides waiting for approval

  77. 288

    Research results in three new products

  78. 289

    University and consultant work is important

  79. 290

    Panel gives opinions about the sustainability message

  80. 291

    Counties making rules on fertilizer application

  81. 292

    Need for public and private research

  82. 293

    ARA members welcome to help and participate

  83. 294

    ARA focus on sustainability by retailers

  84. 295

    Operator of the Year award from AGCO

  85. 296

    Doubling crop production is the only answer

  86. 297

    Aquamax hybrids grown in all types of weather

  87. 298

    Huge interest in U.S. and farmland investment

  88. 299

    Sustainability during a time of doubling food

  89. 300

    Commercial investment in farmland is hard

  90. 301

    Thank you by farm manager of the year Ed Kiefer

  91. 302

    One weed eliminates crop in three years

  92. 303

    Resistance to glyphosate must be a consideration

  93. 304

    Liquid fertilizer storage tank inspections

  94. 305

    Positive results for Fierce herbicide evaluation

  95. 306

    Three ag economic factors intersecting

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    Pioneer adding agronomy trial managers

  97. 308

    Rabo AgriFinance working with agri-industries

  98. 309

    Weed management opinions from ISU professor

  99. 310

    Resistance Fighter gives weed control tips

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