Lynn Grooms

Articles by Lynn Grooms
New soybean varieties with healthy oil traits 1
NEW KINDS of oil could spill over millions of acres in the next few years — if soybeans developed with heart-healthy
U.S. needs strategy for development of renewable energy
INSTEAD OF drilling into deeper waters, the U.S. should go deeper into clean energy, say renewable fuel
EPA answers Farm Industry News questions about atrazine 4
Atrazine was reregistered by the EPA in 2006 after 6,000 studies were conducted to determine its safety. Four years
Better biologicals 6
HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING is not just for finding novel genetic traits anymore. It is also being used to find
Better Biologicals
HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING is not just for finding novel genetic traits anymore. It is also being used to find
Can farm production keep pace with a growing global population?
THE UNITED Nations projects that, by 2025, the global population will reach about 8 billion. Moreover, 6.7 billion
Nematode nemeses 1
NEMATODES IN corn could soon be on the run with the commercialization of Syngenta's Avicta Complete Corn this spring
THE EPA wants more test data before deciding whether to increase the allowable level of ethanol in gasoline from 10% to
Cob collection
IN FALL 2008, the ethanol company POET held a field day at its plant in Emmetsburg, IA, featuring equipment that could
Big steps for biorefineries
Cellulosic ethanol is getting closer to commercialization. How close? Just one to three years. Buoyed by federal
More funding for POET
POET, THE Sioux Falls, SD-based ethanol giant, announced that it will get a $6.85 million funding increase to an
Refuge reduced 1
THE NUMBER of refuge acres required for crops from multi-stacked seeds is decreasing thanks to new technology from seed
Do oil and ag mix?
TEN COMPANIES currently control more than 80% of U.S. refinery capacity. Of those 10, most have entered into the
ASR resistance
Researchers from USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Brazil's Embrapa Soja have identified a cluster of
Depreciation bonus
Farmers have until December 31, 2009, to take advantage of the accelerated depreciation schedule for most farm
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